About Farm Inn
The Farm Inn is a privately owned country hotel on the Eastern outskirts of Pretoria, only 20 minutes from Pretoria's Church Square, 50 minutes from Johannesburg and 45mins from Johannesburg International Airport.
Our 14 Conference venues are available for groups between minimum of five delegates and a maximum of 300 delegates. Our Unique African boma's are available for groups between 25 to 250 delegates. The Farm Inn is a spread of thatched complexes and individual buildings, built from natural rock, mortar, logs and railway sleepers, combined with beautiful floral prints and solid wooden furniture.
Restful thatch and natural airflow combine to ensure that the rooms are warm in winter and cool in summer. All rooms are en-suite and have ceiling fans and many of the rooms have fireplaces and private balconies. Each complex is different, offering different types of accommodation, from luxury suites, through family rooms to individual rooms and longer stays stone cottages. The acres of lush green sanctuary allow the non-carnivore game, to graze right up to your suite.
The ala-carte restaurant offers superb cuisine created by our expert chefs, with wines from the ample cellar. Or you can enjoy the magic of the southern night sky and traditional meals in the African boma group bookings, around a crackling fire.
Safari: Game drives available on the premises through the game park with lions, tigers, cheetah, wild dogs in enclosures with antelope roaming
Wedding Venues: Two chapels on site with an outside wedding ceremony deck as well. wedding venues for ceremonies , cheetah ring bearing and photos in the bush and with cheetah available for wedding couple
Conference Venues: Our 14 Conference venues are available for groups between minimum of five delegates and a maximum of 300 delegates.
Please note that all Bookings are only confirm once full payment has been received.
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