About Xamarin Guest Farm
Nestled between the vineyards of the Sir Lamberts Wines, Xamarin Guest Farm enjoys a warm blend of the rich Nama soil, the basking African sun and a cool ocean breeze.
Once upon a time, wild animals roamed the surrounding hills and plains of the Panorama Park Nature Reserve, today, many species of fauna and indigenous flora still add to the unique character of this area.
Accommodation is rustic, old school and more importantly reliable. Bring along your family and friends to enjoy not only the warm accommodation, but the indigenous terrain in which it lies.
Xamarin’s unqiue wine labels are adorned with oranges, yellows and reds that each tell the story of the soil and the sun, the famous Namaqualand flowers, the autumn vineyards, and the traditional fires made by the Bushmen of this region.
Please note that the Private Bushcamp is strictly 4x4. It is an outdoor camp style accommodation.
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