About Picardie Guest Farm
Picardie Guest Farm is one of the oldest farms situated in the beautiful historical town of Paarl, in the Western Cape. The farm has its own natural spring, of which are bottled and sold to the public. We offer a range of products, including still water and flavoured sparkling water.
In 1689 the Taillefert family was granted the farm Picardie as well as the adjacent farm LaBorie, which stretched from the banks of the Berg River on the east, to the Paarl Mountain on the west. Picardie and part of LaBorie were later sold to Adriaan Jacobus Louw, in whose family it has now been for six generations.
Today Picardie is a working guest farm, nestled at the foot of the Paarl Mountain with views over the valley. Picardie is ideal for a weekend break away, a holiday or any special celebration. We also cater for corporate weekends and school groups. We specialise in wedding ceremonies and can cater to your every need and your budget.
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