Travalia Guest Farm offers overnight accommodation, conveniently situated on the N1 at Three Sisters, near Beaufort West, Victoria West,...
Travalia Guest Farm offers overnight accommodation, conveniently situated on the N1 at Three Sisters, near Beaufort West, Victoria West, Murraysburg and Richmond. At Travalia Guest Farm we are proud of our clean and comfortable overnight accommodation. Tourists and holidaymakers can, without any hesitation, book at Travalia because excellent service, a neat clean and comfortable bed with a warm bath or shower is our guarantee.
Travalia Guest Farm is situated 500 m from the N1 highway and 1 km south of the Shell Ultra City Three Sisters. It is situated on a farm with a very peaceful atmosphere, lovely gardens, green lawns and a play park for energetic children. Tasty meals are available in the form of barbecue packs, consisting of Karoo lamb chops and sausage or traditional meals such as leg of lamb, bobotie and chicken pie. Braai breads are also made for guests, as well as the provision of wood. Travalia Guest Farm is fully licensed and cool drinks, beer and wines are available at the main reception. Breakfast and other farm produce are sold at the farm store. Travalia Guest Farm also offers a conference facility for up to 20 delegates.
Each one of our 20 spacious rooms are equipped with a fan, heater, its own bathroom, barbecue facilities, and electric blankets for the cold Karoo winter nights. Our Luxury and Deluxe rooms are air-conditioned, with a bath and a shower, and we also offer one cottage sleeping eight people, equipped for self-catering purposes. All of the rooms have en-suite bathrooms with either a bath or a shower, and sometimes both.
There is a comfortable lounge cum TV room in the farm house where one can watch DStv or just relax with a book or magazine. To maintain the farm atmosphere, a dam on the farm has been transformed into a swimming pool which can be enjoyed and many walking, jogging, hiking and mountain biking trails can be used. Sheep and cattle are farmed on the farm as well as a game, namely kudu, springbok, blesbok, and a variety of smaller antelope.