About Brandrivier Accommodation
Tented accommodation in Springbok. Brandrivier offers private, romantic, self-catering tented accommodation nestled in the heartland of Namaqualand near Springbok. You can find total peace and quite on the farm.The accommodation is fully equipped and elegantly furnished with breathtaking views from the porch. Our Skilpad unit has an outside shower and romantic Victorian bathtub. The units are rented as a whole and all have a kitchenette and bathroom. Wildlife ranges from springbuck, klipspringers and baboons, to porcupines and bat-eared foxes. The sound of the Cape Eagle owl or barn owls at night should make your stay a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The gas BBQ patio facility allows for a variety of cooking methods. We provide facilities for charging electronic equipment, heaters in winter and field guides describing the Namaqualand flowers in detail. Brandrivier is a working fruit farm and a bowl of fresh fruit will be welcoming you in the season.
A 50% deposit will secure your booking.
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