Accommodation, Conferences & Leisure
Farmlands is located on a privately owned farm, situated in a tranquil area of George, 5 min away from George Airport. The guest house is ideal for guests looking for comfortable lodging, close to various facilities and attractions within the town and surrounds, perfect for mountain biking enthusiasts. We are situated right next to the famous Red Berry Farm with a lot of activities for the whole family.
We like to brag…
Our clients love us and what we do, but as they say, the proof is in the pudding.
We were warmly welcomed by Venessa and her family.Rooms are clean and tidy.Venessa treated us as her own family.Breakfast was very yummy.Venessa walks the extra mile for her guests.Wil, recommend to any one.Absolutely a five star place.
My husband Eugene van Heerden stayed there on his business trip (we work for the same Company) Excellent service, he enjoyed his stay so much as they made him feel at home. Everyone is friendly and has no issue to help wherever.
We are so pleased that we found this B&B on your website. The owners were incredibly accommodating and we got a lovely warm welcome. The rooms were really lovely and had everything we needed. My kids loved that they had horses and a donkey and we would have loved to stay longer.
Top 3 Sites to See
1. Kingswood Golf Estate
A golf course designed to blend in with the lush background of the Garden Route, Kingswood Golf Course in George is an 18-hole challenge.
2. Outeniqua Power Van
Experience the beauty of the Outeniqua Mountains on a unique rail pass, one of the most scenic routes in South Africa. Enjoy the forest, four passes, waterfalls, seven tunnels, Fynbos, Proteas, bird and animal life.
3. Herold Wines
On the slope of Cradock Peak, in the Outeniqua Mountain range running parallel to the Southern Cape coast and creating part of the scenic attraction of the Garden Route, is the flourishing Herold Wines vineyard.
The Garden Route is a paradise for eco-lovers, bird watchers and solitude seekers and one of the most beautiful parts of the Western Cape. It lies sandwiched between the Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean and is on every tourist’s itinerary.
A sneak peak of what to expect when coming to Farmlands.