About Turaco Farm Cottage
Turaco Farm Cottage is a cosy self-catering cottage ideal for a couple or small family. It is located on an organic blueberry farm in the heart of the majestic Magoebaskloof Mountains, in a unique land of mountains, lakes and forests.A big stone fireplace forms the heart of this 50 year old cottage on Blueberry Heights Farm. This is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of life for a couple of days of country living on our organic farm. A cosy self-catering cottage with a lovely fully equipped kitchen and a large lounge with a wood-burning fireplace.The farm cottage has lovely views over Ebenezer Dam and is only a short distance from Haenertsburg village. It is situated next to the main farm house where the owners stay but it has its own private parking and private deck with views overlooking Ebenezer Dam.
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