Groendraai is situated on a farm in the charming town of Klapmuts, in the wondrous Cape Winelands.
The farm comprises of two units, the Old Stable and the Karoo House, of which the Old Stable is open-plan with a double bed, a well-equipped kitchenette, and braai facilities; while the Karoo House features one bedroom, an open-plan living area with two single beds, a kitchenette, a four-seater dining table, and a wooden deck with braai facilities. The farm also offers guests a swimming pool and parking on the premises.
Klapmuts has numerous great attractions in and around the area for guests to explore, such as the Bottelary Hills Wine Estates, the Butterfly World, and the Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve.
Romantic: The Old Stable is an ideal romantic getaway, with the cosy wooden stove, old record player and candlelight which will set the mood for an unforgettable weekend.
Stay between 10 Mar 2018 and 30 Nov 2018 and get 20% off.
- 7 night min stay (check-in between 10 Mar 2018 and 30 Nov 2018)
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