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About HaesFarm

HaesFarm is situated on a 40-hectare fynbos farm, on the outskirts of Stanford, in the wondrous Overberg.

The eco-friendly guest house comprises of two rooms, which both feature double beds, en-suite bathrooms, writing desks, tea and coffee facilities, as well as covered terraces. The bed and breakfast also offers guests Wi-Fi Internet access, an open-plan communal lounge and dining area, and parking on the premises.

Guests can relax and enjoy the secluded farm, or venture out to see attractions such as the Salmonsdam Nature Reserve and the quaint town of Stanford.

Wedding Venues: The guest house can cater for small intimate weddings of up to 40 people and are only available for daytime events.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Bed and Breakfast
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM

Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Room Service
  • Parking on Premises
  • Hiking
  • Romantic

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Dutch
  • German
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

A 50% deposit is payable to secure your booking.

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      HaesFarm is 11.7km from the centre of Stanford , the nearest airport 119.5km (Cape Town International Airport).
      *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling