Lombardini Game Farm
About Lombardini Game Farm
If you are looking for a weekend or midweek getaway, why not try a visit to Lombardini Game Farm. Situated in the picturesque Seekoei River Valley, Lombardini Game Farm is only a few minutes from Jeffreys Bay and Cape St Francis, two of South Africa's premier surfing venues.
Lombardini Game Farm offers accommodation in self-catering cottages and en-suite guest rooms situated in the main house. The cottages each contain a fully equipped kitchen, TV and barbecue area and are ideal for families. Lombardini Game Farm also offers catering and conference facilities for up to 200 delegates and makes for an ideal wedding venue.
Visit the surfing Mecca of Jeffreys Bay, just minutes away, or picnic on the beautiful beaches of St Francis Bay. The city of Port Elizabeth is also within easy reach, offering interesting settler history and up-to-date shopping facilities. Or just relax and enjoy the solitude. You can be as busy or as quiet as you want, the choice is yours.
Lombardini Game Farm Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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