About Four Fields Farm
Located halfway between Storms River Mouth and Knysna, Four Fields Farm is perfectly positioned below the Tsitsikamma mountains and is just a stone's throw from Natures Valley. The three independent self-catering units are the Farm House, which sleeps 8 in four en-suite bedrooms; the Blue Unit which sleeps 2; and The Garden Cottage which sleeps 5 in two bedrooms. All units have lovely mountain and garden views. Four Fields Farm is situated in the heart of the Garden Route, arguably in the best position in the Southern Cape, and is an ideal stop-off point on the way to Shamwari or the Addo Elephant Park. Our property is a must for birdwatchers with frequent visits by the famed Knysna Turaco or Loerie, the rare Narina Trogon, both the Black and the Grey Cuckoo-Shrike and the magnificent Fish Eagle.
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