About Klein Paradys Guest Farm
As the name might suggests, Klein Paradys Guest Farm is a little paradise offering an idyllic experience to guests. It is situated just outside of Modimolle, is nestled within scenic bushveld and offers stunning views of the surrounding area.
The farm has a variety of self-catering accommodation options available to guests. There are two spacious houses, of which both offer different layouts to cater to the needs of travellers. Both houses have comfortable living areas and fully equipped kitchens.
There are also two luxurious units, of which one can sleep up to four guests and one can sleep up to six guests. These units have lovely living areas and well-equipped kitchens. The farm also has three rustic wooden chalets, of which each can accommodate up to two adults and two children.
Couples can choose to stay in another chalet on the property. This one offers one bedroom and a kitchen located on the patio. Guests hoping to be even closer to nature have the option of staying in one of two more secluded chalets. These are nestled within the bush and offer privacy and comfort.
This farm is a true nature lover’s paradise. It offers many farm animals, an abundance of bird life and a selection of game. Guests can spend their days enjoying nature walks, or by making use of the many activities and facilities available on the farm. The surrounding area inspires a sense of tranquillity allowing guests to truly relax and enjoy a memorable stay.
Conference Venues: The guest farm offers two conference rooms, of which one can accommodate up to 100 delegates and one can accommodate up to 60 delegates.
Family friendly: This is a great option for families as the property has a variety of farm animals. Other attractions include a heated swimming pool, a mini-golf course, a pool table, a darts board and a table tennis table.
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