About Grace Guest House
This beautifully restored 1850 family farmstead is set on a working farm, and offers 360 degree views of the Outeniqua Mountains and Mossel Bay.
Our restored farmstead consists of two fully equipped suites, with supplied bedding, linen and bathroom towels. Here your evenings will be spent toasting to a breath-taking sunset from your stoep, after a day fishing bass in one of the dams or simply strolling through the meadows.
Your hosts Wilhelm and Nicolette Meyer are active third generation farmers with a proud heritage cultivating the rolling landscape. We look forward to welcoming you and will endeavor to make your stay fulfilling and memorable.
Come breakaway from the rush of the city, and let your soul find solace in the peace and quiet of our farm.
Terms & Conditions:
A 50% deposit is payable to secure your booking with the balance payable on arrival.
A refundable breakage deposit of R300.00 is payable upon arrival.
No smoking inside the house please.
Rates are subject to change without prior notice.
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