About Mymering Guest House
Mymering is a four-star guest house on a working farm. Nestled in the fertile Dwarsrivier valley amongst picturesque wine lands, abundant fruit farms and the magnificent Towerkop mountain, the farm produces grapes, olives, figs and more. A choice of accommodation offers spectacular views of the farm and the mountains beyond.
Take advantage of the walking and biking trails at Mymering or sign up for one of the many adventure activities or game watching opportunities offered nearby. Aromatherapy treatments are on request and taken on your private deck. All suites have been individually decorated with your comfort in mind. Air-conditioned, percale linins, fluffy bath sheets, private pools, full en suites with luxury toiletries, equipped kitchenettes, and mini bar.
We offer a three-course dinner by arrangement at a cost of R180.00 per head.
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