About Ouma Se Huis
Ouma se Huis is an original farmhouse where one of the pioneer families of the Boegoeberg Water Scheme has lived since the 1940's. It has been lovingly restored to a self-catering facility for a relaxed and quiet farm stay. The farm still belongs to the family and it produces grapes and lucerne.
Ouma se Huis is situated approximately 75 km from Upington and 45 km from Groblershoop on the way to Namibia, Augrabies, Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park or Namakwaland. It has two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and two bedrooms which share a bathroom. Clean linen, soft towels, tea, coffee, milk and home-made rusks are supplied. The comfortable lounge includes a TV and a fireplace. There is a dining room and a well equipped kitchen for preparing your own food or to enjoy a sociable braai at the outside braai facility. Lots of wood is supplied.
The property is only 500 m from the Orange River where you can have a picnic under the trees, fish, canoe or just enjoy the tranquil surrounds. You can also cool down in the dam on a hot day. Relax in the large garden on a beautiful evening with large trees and lawns with ample space for children to play and enjoy the outdoors. The house can be rented for individuals or as a whole for a family.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling