About Tantivvey Guest Farm
Tantivvey Guest Farm is situated on a small farm surrounded by the beautiful Outeniqua mountains. Tantivvey Guest Farm is far enough away from the maddening crowd and yet only 10 minutes from George, 5 minutes to restaurants, Fancourt Hotel & Country Club Estate and airport; 10 minutes to shopping centres and 15 minutes to beaches. If you love a rural atmosphere with modern facilities, you'll love it here.
En-suite Garden Bedrooms (1 double and 3 twin-bedded) offer:
• Rooms have private entrances away from the main house, with patios leading to a lush garden.
• Clock radio, hairdryer, fan, heater and tea trays.
• TV and M-Net & Video Channel.
• Heaters & Fans
• Light snacks, picnic baskets & braai facilities
• Guests have the use of a spacious lounge / dining room with log fire and small library.
• There are wonderful restaurants located near the guest farm for dinners only 2 minutes drive away.
Fresh fruit health breakfasts (we are set amidst strawberry farms) are served followed by hearty cooked to order farmhouse fare should appetites allow.
• There is safe open parking on the property.
• Airport transfers.
• Internet (ADSL) and Fax facility available in office.
• Telephone in reception area.
• Ironing board and iron - available on request
• Braai facilities.
The small picturesque dam is stocked with bass and limited angling can be enjoyed.
ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS:
The Garden Route is one of the main tourist attractions in South Africa and stretches for +-400 km in a narrow band of 100km deep around the Cape Coast from the Tsitsikamma in the east to the Langeberg in the west.
The many mild and sunny days are perfect for simply lazing on the beach, or for taking long walks along the stretches of pristine beach that the region is well known for. Or perhaps you’d prefer to embark on something more exhilarating, such as a beach, forest, or mountain hike. It is little known fact that the Garden Route’s lowest rainfalls occur during the months of June and July. The region has a temperate climate throughout the year and winters are generally mild, with average temperatures in the 20’s.
Explore one of the many lagoons and lakes, or lose yourself in nature amid the grandeur of giant yellowwood or Milkwood trees in on of the indigenous forests. The bright flash of a wing could alert you to the sight of a shy Knysna Loerie - or one of the approximately 250 other species of bird making the region such a prime destination for bird lovers.
There is also a time of year that the gentle giants of the sea, the Southern Right Whales come to play in our waters. Each year Southern right Whales migrate into the waters of the Southern Cape to calve and nurse their young. Metres from the shore they provide unsurpassed whale-watching opportunities. A total of 37 species of whales and dolphins frequent the waters.