The old Post Office, Welsch House and House of Grace are beautiful old buildings that have been lovingly restored as accommodation units.
With space for up to 25 people spread across the three accommodation units in a combination of 6 en-suite B&B rooms as well as 2 Self-catering family units, Over the Mountain Guest Farm could make for a perfect couples retreat as well as an ideal family getaway.
The old Police Station has been transformed into a stunning dining area and lounge boasting original features; including the wooden floors, doors and windows adding to the charm of this already idyllic space.
Situated in the secluded hamlet of Herold on the famous Route 62, at the top of the Montagu pass in part of South Africa’s sublime Garden Route, Over the Mountain Guest Farm offers more than just comfortable accommodation.
In Room Facilities:
With Blackwood furniture produced on the farm itself as well as Oregon pine ceilings and floors with yellow wood beams, the characteristic features of the building are accentuated with modern fittings taking the otherwise rustic trappings into the 21st century. Rooms have separate entrances for convenience and each has access to a stunning traditional porch ideal for late afternoon reading and relaxing.
Over The Mountain Guest Farm takes an already fulfilling Route 62 holiday to new heights with a set of uniquely Garden Route Art and Food ‘Experience Packages’ where guests can immerse themselves in the rich culture and heritage which exemplify the area.
Designed by passionate husband and wife team, Estelle and Gerrit Brits, these packages are not only formulated to entertain but also allow guests a chance to discover the essence of this diverse countryside.