About Morewag Guest Farm
Morewag Guest Farm is nestled on a picturesque farm with a view on the surrounding mountain and koppies, with a windmill to conclude the feeling of peace and tranquillity. The farm offers accommodation in a three bedroom cottage overlooking the beautiful farm.
The house has three bedrooms, one bathroom and a well equipped kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, gas stove and oven, a fridge and all cutlery and crockery. Outside guest will find a braai area with views of the farm.
Len Mosterd is your host and is looking forward to welcome you at his owner operated Establishment. Lose yourself by strolling along the carpet of bright colours covering every inch of this farm. The open space and fresh farm air, in safe and quiet surrounding, will ensure a good night's rest.
Stay for 4 nights and only pay for 3 nights between 25 May 2018 and 30 Jun 2018.
- 4 night min stay (check-in between 25 May 2018 and 30 Jun 2018)
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