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About The Farm House Hartebeestfontein

Getaway and explore the Magalies Meander of Gauteng and North West Province when you stay at The Farm House Hartebeestfontein.

At the foot of the legendary Magaliesberg lies the privately owned Farm House, a perfect setting to experience a romantic weekend. This intimate and secure cottage is in the Hartebeestfontein Conservancy and is the ideal location from which to explore the array of local attractions that the area has to offer.

For those who want to splash out on additional entertainment for their own account there are many things to do.
Nature enthusiasts will appreciate the abundance of wildlife and scenic splendours, cultural excursions, guided walks and boat cruises.

For those who prefer the relaxing sound of birdsong will love the indigenous gardens of The Farm House. The area is home to world class golf courses, breathtaking hiking trails and a wide variety of horseback riding trials.

This Farm style Self Catering accommodation has exceptionally beautiful views of the surrounding Magaliesberg Mountains on 6 hectares, offering a tranquil getaway for the city slicker.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 4 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Reviews: 20 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hiking
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises
  • Cosy

Languages Spoken

  • English

Important Information

Please not that we don’t take last minutes bookings.

The Farm House Hartebeestfontein Rooms

Reviews for The Farm House Hartebeestfontein

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Tracey Ohshima
21 January 2018

The bed was comfortable, the room was gorgeous and cosy, and we had privacy to braai our own dinner and just take time to look and listen to all the birds. The dogs were fantastic! The two little ones escorted us everywhere, showing us the walking trail. It was so quiet and comfortable and I was thrilled to see the chickens doing chicken-things and the sheep being sheepy. The owner explained well how the electricity and gas worked and I learned a fair amount about farming and off-grid life. I was thrilled to get a clear photo of a blue waxbill.Thank you for a wonderful stay! Even though we...
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Handjie Ketlele
05 June 2017

We love the place because it has the privacy we need. Jenny should have warned us beforehand that they've gone green.It was as if they didn't know the place was booked - we got there and they had to work on switching the lights and gas stove on. Then the TV wasn't programmed. There was no microwave, no frying pan. We had to ask for those. The place needs a revamp.

Aiden Lottering, South Africa
22 June 2015

We arrived at the farm on the 12th of June. We were greeted by Isaac and shown to our accommodation. We stayed for about an hour and the place was not up to standard. I will not elaborate because standards and perceptions differ, but we decided to leave. Jenny was very understanding and had Isaac gave us back our money. We left. I later sent an email to have our deposit paid back, but up to now, I have not heard anything. I do not view this as a cancellation, therefore the cancellation fee does not apply. More photos of the surroundings is also maybe a necessity to make an informed decision. 

Michael Franke, South Africa
17 December 2014

Lovely quiet relatively undisturbed location. Perfect for quiet relaxation.

smangele mathebula, South Africa
17 December 2014

We had such a beautiful stay and Isaac was pleasant to deal with and helpful! We'll definitely be back.

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The Farm House Hartebeestfontein is 20.5km from the centre of Magaliesburg , the nearest airport 32.8km (Lanseria International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling