About Moolmanshoek Private Game Reserve
Moolmanshoek provides an unique South African environment. This is a special place for that fairytale wedding or break-away you have been promising the family. A private nature reserve of over 3 500 hectares, Moolmanshoek was developed from a conservation area into a natural heritage site. It is situated in the district of Ficksburg in the Eastern Free State at the foot of the Witteberge Mountains.
Enjoy the rich wild and birdlife or experience the hiking trails on and around the farm. Fishing in the clear spring water or experiencing breathtaking views from horseback are but few of the activities available on the farm. For the adventure-lovers there is the Visierskerf 4x4 Eco-route and a variety of hiking trails. Steeped in rich history dating from before the Great Trek, the farm is skillfully managed by its friendly staff.
Whether it is a conference, meeting, team building, wedding or any other function, Moolmanshoek provides a high standard with facilities and catering to suit your requirements. A large conference hall seating up to 30 persons is available as well as a "break-away" room, library and sun deck room, each seating 10 persons. Overhead projectors, flipcharts, TV/video and a large screen are at your disposal. Catering from tea and coffee breaks to full lunches and dinners are available as well as a bar. For functions there is a large reception hall seating 150 to 180 persons with an exclusive bar and braai area. A local professional photographer is available and music can be arranged. A custom-built chapel seating 65 inside and 140 outside is available.
Relax in the thatched-roofed restaurant, with its excellent cuisine and bar facilities and end off your day in one of the luxury modern sandstone suites for a peaceful night's sleep.
Moolmanshoek Private Game Reserve charges a Resort entry fee of R75 per person.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling