About Thabametsi Farm
May Thabametsi Farm weave its magic on your soul so that your footsteps automatically lead you back to this tranquil, rustic self-catering farm getaway.
All units have indoor fireplaces and heaters cater for cosy winter nights whilst summer evenings are braai-time in the lovely bomas under the stars. Fully equipped kitchens and there is also free under cover parking.
Activities include swimming in the solar heated pool, gym, games in the entertainment area with DSTV. Surprise games set up for kids, a jungle gym, trampoline and obstacle course. The kids will discover a fantasy garden and the adults a thought provoking labyrinth. PONY RIDES for kids 4-12 years old.
Nature walks, bird-watching, kids bicycle track, gym, cycling for adults are all on offer. Donkey and tractor cart rides are included in the booking. Our coffee and craft shop offers local gifts and homemade products as well as some basic necessities whilst enjoying milkshakes, various coffees and more from the coffee shop.
Thabamesti Farm offers pet friendly, family orientated accommodation. This is a true farm stay experience with horses grazing in the paddocks, Heidi the goat, as well as ducks, chickens and a turkey for the children to feed and keep an eye out for the two tortoises.
Romantic: We offer a romantic dinner for two in your unit on request or a picnic for two at an extra charge.
Please Note that we advertise as a quiet breakaway, the playing of music and excessive noise is not permitted. We trust it will encourage you to visit us. Booking in time no later than 8.30pm unless otherwise requested.
We are pet friendly and allow up to two medium sized dogs that is socialised per unit.
Stay between 17 Jul 2019 and 25 Jul 2019 and get 5% off. Valid every Fri,Sat,Sun. .
- Valid for 2 guests or more
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 17 Jul 2019 and 25 Jul 2019)
- A minimum booking amount of R1500 is required.
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