SafariNow.comR200 OFF Welcome to SafariNow! Get R200 off your booking by paying with the voucher code MATTHEW107030 before 3 October 2016 Terms of use

Terms & conditions apply.

Email Friends a link to Bucklands Guest Farm

Friend's Email
Your Name
Your Email
Your Messsage
Please indicate that you are not a robot
Thank you, your message was successfully sent.

About Bucklands Guest Farm

Bucklands Guest Farm offers Karoo hospitality for guests visiting this tranquil part of the Eastern Cape. It is situated outside of the town of Steytlerville and is a great option for nature enthusiasts, or guests hoping to get away from the busy city life.

The Poortjie is a renovated farm worker’s cottage ideal for small groups. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom. This charming cottage has a kitchen and a lovely patio showcasing views of the surrounding area.

The Ouwerwe was initially one of the outbuildings of the original farmstead. This rustic stone house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, making it a great choice for larger groups. The house has no power or cellphone reception, ensuring a peaceful getaway. Guests can enjoy a braai on the patio, or keep warm next to the fireplace on those chilly winter nights.

Guests hoping to be even closer to nature can enjoy a guided walk over rough terrain to end up at The Blougat Cave. Here, visitors can enjoy sleeping in an authentic cave while listening to the sounds of nature all around. Activities include fishing, visiting bushman paintings and hiking. Guests may even have a unique opportunity to glimpse a fish eagle or a leopard.

The farm also offers shaded campsites which are situated close to the river. Guests can enjoy swimming, fishing and exploring the farm. Bucklands Guest Farm is also not too far away from the warm coast of Port Elizabeth, the Baviaans Mega Reserve and the Addo Elephant National Park.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 11 hours
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 28
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 2 Reviews

Facilities

  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Parking on Premises
  • Hiking

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Bucklands Guest Farm Rooms

Reviews for Bucklands Guest Farm

2 guest reviews Reviews of

4.5 out of 5 stars
5 star
1
4 star
1
3 star
0
2 star
0
1 star
0
Christa Brand
09 April 2018

We enjoyed our two nights at Poortjie and felt so rested and revived when we left. The cottage had everything we needed. We loved the quietness of a remote farm. Thank you Hannes. Tertius and Christa

Pam Heaton
29 November 2017

Great bush getaway for some peace and quiet with all basics provided

Bucklands Guest Farm Map

Bucklands Guest Farm is 44.4km from the centre of Steytlerville , the nearest airport 113.8km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Things to do in and around Steytlerville

Elandsheuwel Guest Farm

(48.7 km from Steytlerville)

Elandsheuwel Guest Farm has two 4x4 trails; mountain bikes and quad bikes are welcome. The trails are 3 km and 8 km respectively and take about 1 to 3 hours to complete. The difficulty grading is between 1 and 2. The farm is located just outside...

Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve

(51.5 km from Steytlerville)

2 reviews

The breath-taking Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve is one of the Cape Floral Region Protected Areas, collectively a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Covering roughly 200-square kilometres of pristine mountainous terrain, the ‘Valley of the Baboons’, is one...

Baviaanskloof 4x4

(34.7 km from Steytlerville)

1 review

Bavaanskloof trail is approximately 40 km but one has to travel from Willowmore through Baviaanskloof to Patensie which is about 190 km. Sufficient time is required to complete this scenic route and it is suggested that one leaves early in the...

Kouga Dam

(44.3 km from Steytlerville)

The dam is a double curvature arch dam 82 m high with a storage capacity of 128,7 million m3. Provision was made in the design to allow for a future raising of the water 1ev by some 15,2 m. The construction of the wall marked the beginning of an era...