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Rens Reich Farm Stay offers comfortable bed and breakfast (on request) as well as self-catering accommodation on a working farm. It is located only 30 kilometres from Uniondale, en-route to Willowmore, and is ideal for families and couples looking for a quiet guest house, in a picturesque setting. The guest house offers accommodation in three guest bedrooms and one self-catering cottage. The guesthouse has a communal lounge and dining room where guest can relax. The Rondavel is fully equipped for self-catering and ideal for Campers. All the units are wheelchair friendly. No smoking is permitted inside any of the units. Some meals are served outside on the patio (weather permitting) where guest can enjoying views of the lush tropical garden and surrounding mountains. Take a stroll along the farm tracks, or bring your mountain bikes and take a ride along the farm and bush trails. Kids just love the Farm Animals and are allowed to feed them. Star Gazing is an opportunity not to be missed. Pack a picnic basket, lay down on the grass and just enjoy the silence and the feeling that you are covered by a blanket of stars. Facilities Wheelchair Enabled Indoor Fireplace Parking on Premises
Uniondale Accommodation,Western Cape
488 R
9/20/2018
Moresafarinow.com
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Welcome to Uniondale Manor GuesthouseThe newly renovated house, was built in the early 1900's with beautiful yellow wood floors and ceilings. All the rooms are luxury en-suite rooms. It is your home away from home. All the rooms have DStv with all sports channels as well as Kyknet. There is a reading lounge / dining room and tranquil bird filled garden. There is one self-catering unit that has a separate seating area and kitchenette with bar fridge and microwave oven as well as a Weber braai. This unit has its own entrance and large stoep area.Attractions: The guest house is situated in the middle of town. There are mapped cycling/walking town routes with historical buildings and grave yards, mountain bike cycling routes. African Aloe Cafe coffee shop where they sell Aloe & Karoo products, Boer War Fort, Town Architecture, Baviaanskloof is a nice day trip. Langkloof (travel through the Uniondale poort) where the apple farms are, Prince Alfred's Pass built by Thomas Bains, Meiringspoort with its beautiful rock formations. Facilities Satellite TV* Wi-Fi Parking on Premises
Uniondale Accommodation,Western Cape
800 R
9/20/2018
Moresafarinow.com
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One bedroom with en-suite bathroom, open plan living area and kitchen with separate entrance on smallholding. Garden Cottage Property Type To Rent Listing Type R 2 500 Price 1 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 0 Garages Living Rooms 0 m² Living Area 0 Price/m² Yes Pet Friendly
Western Cape Garden Route Uniondale,Western Cape,Garden Route,Uniondale
1 room
2,500 R
7/22/2018
Moreimmoafrica.net
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One bedroom with en-suite bathroom, open plan living area and kitchen with separate entrance on smallholding.
Uniondale,Uniondale
1 room
500 R
7/19/2018
Moremomentumrealty.co.za
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2.5 Bedrooms, 2 en-suite bathrooms, Kitchen with pantry, Braai/TV Room, Outside entertainment/braai area. Large fenced and walled garden. Recently renovated.
Uniondale,Uniondale
2 rooms
800 R
7/5/2018
Moremomentumrealty.co.za
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Escape the city life and relax in Uniondale and experience joy and bliss at Bon Accord Guest House. We offer three luxury en-suite guest rooms decorated with Old World charm. Each suite is equipped with 10 DStv channels, a fridge, coffee facilities, and gas heaters in winter and fans in summer. Double doors lead from each suite onto covered veranda and two of the rooms also offer a work station. Inside the house is a reading-lounge as well as a communal lounge with fireplace leading out onto a wooden deck and garden. The guest house is centrally situated on the main street, with safe off-road parking provided. Uniondale offers a few good restaurants offering lunch and dinner. There are also beautiful historical buildings, including the old watermill and Bon Accord Hall adjacent to the guest house, which was the old movie theatre and is a must-see. It is currently used as an interior shop, art gallery and coffee shop. Facilities Laundry Facilities* Braai/Barbecue Indoor Fireplace Wi-Fi Credit Card Facilities Parking on Premises
Uniondale Accommodation,Western Cape
1,200 R
4/8/2018
Moresafarinow.com
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Welcome to Uniondale Manor GuesthouseThe newly renovated house, was built in the early 1900's with beautiful yellow wood floors and ceilings. All the rooms are luxury en-suite rooms. It is your home away from home. All the rooms have DStv with all sports channels as well as Kyknet. There is a reading lounge / dining room and tranquil bird filled garden. There is one self-catering unit that has a separate seating area and kitchenette with bar fridge and microwave oven as well as a Weber braai. This unit has its own entrance and large stoep area.Attractions: The guest house is situated in the middle of town. There are mapped cycling/walking town routes with historical buildings and grave yards, mountain bike cycling routes. African Aloe Cafe coffee shop where they sell Aloe & Karoo products, Boer War Fort, Town Architecture, Baviaanskloof is a nice day trip. Langkloof (travel through the Uniondale poort) where the apple farms are, Prince Alfred's Pass built by Thomas Bains, Meiringspoort with its beautiful rock formations. Facilities Satellite TV* Wi-Fi Parking on Premises
Uniondale Accommodation,Western Cape
800 R
3/29/2018
Moresafarinow.com
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Mountain Pastures is located 20 km from Uniondale. Enjoy the pleasure of relaxing in our beautiful mountain resort on the foothills of the Kouga Mountains. Natures sanctuary, far away from the lights of the city. You will be overwhelmed by the fresh air, incredible mountain views and the peacefulness after sunset when the sky fills up with stars. Join us on guided game drives, tours to 3000 year old San rock art paintings, Black Bass fishing, hikes in the mountain and if your into mountain biking bring your bike and ride the mountains. Stay in luxury and comfort, enjoying real South African meals. You have a choice of fully catered or self catering options available. We are close to trout fishing, Baviaanskloof Wilderness area, Kammanassie Nature Reserve, ostrich farms, Cango Caves and the must see Prince Alfreds Pass. Facilities Wheelchair Enabled Laundry Facilities* Braai/Barbecue Indoor Fireplace Satellite TV* Hiking Credit Card Facilities
Uniondale Accommodation,Western Cape
750 R
3/30/2018
Moresafarinow.com
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Private Island for sale in South Africa on the beautiful Garden Route � This 27 hectare private, inland island nature reserve has its own indigenous forest � a 1000 meter grass runway � Magnificent bird life � Three secluded thatched chalets with game roaming among the chalets � Long stretches of sandy private beach � The island is a wonderful base for any and all water sports � Very private and exclusive � The island is the ideal wedding and honeymoon venue � It is also suitable for other functions where something different is sought � Guests have the full use of our canoes and motorboats are available for rent � Access to the island for its residents and guests is by aeroplane or our own ferry � 12 SC rooms and 3 BB rooms Island History: The History of the island is an interesting tale of horse-drawn pont's, and enterprising farmers . The Keurbooms river is 70km long, rising near Uniondale at the eastern end of the Little Karoo, but is navigable by powered boats for only the first 5km. The river winds its way through history, exposing the sharply inclined quartzite beds, some 400 million years old. Until the 1880s, the Keurbooms River was a difficult boundary between the Western and Eastern Cape, and two enterprising brothers - the owners family - started a horse-drawn ferry crossing to cater for travellers along the coast. Although successful, a road bridge was desirable, and a road was built - at some substantial cost and with many engineering difficulties along the impossibly steep riverbank. Sadly, the riverbed was unsuitable for the foundations for a bridge, and all that road-building effort and cost was wasted: the road now simply forms a nice walk along and above the river until it comes to an abrupt end. It is the only privately owned island in South Africa. The family used the island to graze cattle on during the summer months, walking them across during low tide. A bridge was finally opened in the late 1920s, but was destroyed by floods just a few years later in 1931. Of course, the Keurbooms was just the first of a whole succession of deep gorges carrying short, steep-sided river valleys to the sea from the Tsitsikamma range. The great South African road-builder Thomas Bain, accompanied by an equally capable forester Captain Harison, surveyed a route through in 1869, but the road was not completed until 1885, such was the scale of the engineering. Today, the N102 road follows that zigzag route through all the gorges, while the new toll road skims across the tops, leaping the gorges on a succession of huge concrete bridges. In 1985 the Island was sold. The new owners was actually looking for a holiday home for their family and came across the island. They built on the island having to transport all the material across the river by raft from the mainland. Being farmers they built with scraps and did all the architecture themselfs. The N2 bridge was under construction and they bought the discarded poles for R1 each! Reject klinker bricks were used as well as local material such as slate from the old causeway and river sand was used for the concrete. It took three years to complete the project. During the project they decided to link it to their hunting farm as a getaway for foreign guests after hunting in the bush. It was opened to the public as a B and restaurant shortly thereafter .With the airstrip guests could fly in and local boat owners could arrive from the river. Springbok, grysbuck, cranes and warthogs were all part of the scene. Klippies, a tame klipspringer lived in the house and entertained the guests by walking on the dining room table eating all the flowers. In 2007 the buildings were renovated to present 4 star standard. The resort has been successfully run as a four star resort since 2007 just outside Plettenberg Bay on the beautiful Garden Route of South Africa. - Translate
Garden Route,Plettenberg Bay - Suburb Trends,Keurbooms River
15 rooms
27 sqft
36,000,000 R
3/13/2018
Moreeasyhomes.co.za
Complain
Private Island for sale in South Africa on the beautiful Garden Route • This 27 hectare private, inland island nature reserve has its own indigenous forest • a 1000 meter grass runway • Magnificent bird life • Three secluded thatched chalets with game roaming among the chalets • Long stretches of sandy private beach • The island is a wonderful base for any and all water sports • Very private and exclusive • The island is the ideal wedding and honeymoon venue • It is also suitable for other functions where something different is sought • Guests have the full use of our canoes and motorboats are available for rent • Access to the island for its residents and guests is by aeroplane or our own ferry • 12 SC rooms and 3 BB rooms Island History: The History of the island is an interesting tale of horse-drawn pont's, and enterprising farmers . The Keurbooms river is 70km long, rising near Uniondale at the eastern end of the Little Karoo, but is navigable by powered boats for only the first 5km. The river winds its way through history, exposing the sharply inclined quartzite beds, some 400 million years old. Until the 1880s, the Keurbooms River was a difficult boundary between the Western and Eastern Cape, and two enterprising brothers - the owners family - started a horse-drawn ferry crossing to cater for travellers along the coast. Although successful, a road bridge was desirable, and a road was built - at some substantial cost and with many engineering difficulties along the impossibly steep riverbank. Sadly, the riverbed was unsuitable for the foundations for a bridge, and all that road-building effort and cost was wasted: the road now simply forms a nice walk along and above the river until it comes to an abrupt end. It is the only privately owned island in South Africa. The family used the island to graze cattle on during the summer months, walking them across during low tide. A bridge was finally opened in the late 1920s, but was destroyed by floods just a few years later in 1931. Of course, the Keurbooms was just the first of a whole succession of deep gorges carrying short, steep-sided river valleys to the sea from the Tsitsikamma range. The great South African road-builder Thomas Bain, accompanied by an equally capable forester Captain Harison, surveyed a route through in 1869, but the road was not completed until 1885, such was the scale of the engineering. Today, the N102 road follows that zigzag route through all the gorges, while the new toll road skims across the tops, leaping the gorges on a succession of huge concrete bridges. In 1985 the Island was sold. The new owners was actually looking for a holiday home for their family and came across the island. They built on the island having to transport all the material across the river by raft from the mainland. Being farmers they built with scraps and did all the architecture themselfs. The N2 bridge was under construction and they bought the discarded poles for R1 each! Reject klinker bricks were used as well as local material such as slate from the old causeway and river sand was used for the concrete. It took three years to complete the project. During the project they decided to link it to their hunting farm as a getaway for foreign guests after hunting in the bush. It was opened to the public as a B and restaurant shortly thereafter .With the airstrip guests could fly in and local boat owners could arrive from the river. Springbok, grysbuck, cranes and warthogs were all part of the scene. Klippies, a tame klipspringer lived in the house and entertained the guests by walking on the dining room table eating all the flowers. In 2007 the buildings were renovated to present 4 star standard. The resort has been successfully run as a four star resort since 2007 just outside Plettenberg Bay on the beautiful Garden Route of South Africa. *** Main En-Suite 6.00 View Yes Guest Toilet Yes Kitchen Yes Laundry Yes Dining Room Yes Entrance Hall Yes Formal Lounge Yes Family/TV Room Yes Patio Yes Staff Accommodation Yes TV Aerial yes Satellite Dish yes Size 27.00 Size Type Ha Pool Yes Flat Yes Lapa/braai yes Staff Toilet/Bath yes Stove yes Study Yes Rec-Room Yes Paving Yes Security Yes Alarm Yes Security Lights Yes Pets Yes Aircon Yes Built in Cupboards yes Showers yes Vicinity Garden route, South Africa Farm Type Inland island
Keurbooms River Plettenberg Bay
36,000,000 R
2/22/2018
Moreleopardrockestates.co.za
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