About Ferny Farm Guest House
Ferny Farm Guest House is located in the picturesque Magoebaskloof valley in Limpopo.
This guest house has two modern-styled self-catering rooms, each room is equipped with a queen-size bed, luxurious victorian bath, linen, bath towels, bedside tables, and a cupboard. There is also a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, a comfortable lounge and a braai area overlooking the breathtaking views of the mountains.
Guests can explore the area by foot or enjoy activities like swimming, mountain biking, trail running and many other adventure sports.
Family friendly: Ferny farm is a lovely location for a family holiday. A spacious house and plenty of room to explore outside makes it a perfect spot for children and covered verandah an ideal vantage point for parents needing to relax.
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Things to do in and around Magoebaskloof
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