About Kuruma Farm Cottages
Kuruma Farm Cottages is conveniently located and managed by the proprietor and host, Celeste Scholtz Burger. Celeste and her team will make sure your stay is comfortable and seamless, looking after all your accommodation needs. Kuruma lies nestled among the vineyards in the beautiful Brandwacht Valley at the foot of the majestic Brandwacht Mountains.
We offer charming and stylish accommodation which is ideal for a family weekend getaway or a business person who would like to wake up in the countryside, yet only 10 minutes away from an appointment. Kuruma is 7 km from Worcester and a one-hour drive from Cape Town. It is ideally situated for the exploration of the Breede River Valley and Route 62.
Accommodation consists of four comfortable and tastefully decorated cottages with en-suite bathrooms. Two cottages have two bedrooms and two smaller cottages have only one bedroom in each. The cottages are situated about 500 m from the main house with breathtaking views of the mountain. All cottages have satellite TVs and wireless Internet.
The cottages are on a self-catering basis but breakfast can be arranged on request. Breakfast is then served at the main house on the covered veranda or alternately, a continental breakfast basket can be ordered. There is fishing available in the farm dam but guests need to bring their own rods and tackle. Volleyball nets are next to the cottage for some fun as well as Pétanque/French bowls court.
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