About Lentelus Farm
Travel along the scenic Route 62 through the Klein Karoo - a region with a thousand and one different scenarios; mountain passes, historic settlements and villages, and wind-swept semi-arid desert settings contrasting lush green, fertile valleys. Barrydale, like other Little Karoo towns, is enclosed by mountains and wide plateaus. The Tradouw Pass that provides access, is steeped in history and provide breathtaking views.
A stay at Lentelus B&B, in the Orchard Cottage surrounded by pear trees, is an absolute must when visiting this area. In spring the blossoms drift around; in summer sweet-ripe peaches, plums and apples are yours for the picking.
The cottage has a clean, uncluttered approach and is furnished with flair. The luxury suites are light and airy and offer all comforts. Taste prize-winning wines in the Joubert-Tradauw private cellar, or relax at the swimming pool in the beautiful garden. This is South African country life at its best.
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