Unique accommodation tucked away in the Magoebaskloof valley


Our beautiful accommodations are situated on Tupelo Honey farm where we grow avocados, macadamias and herbs and which is surrounded by indigenous forest, disappearing up the mountainsides into the mist. You can walk around and explore the area, or visit the Glass Art Studio which is centrally located at the carpentry workshop. As it’s a working farm, there is fresh produce available during the season.

Beauty of the Magoebaskloof Valley

We offer different accommodation on the farm as we love it so much we realized what fun it is to share it with others. The Herb Cottage has two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a swimming pool, braai area and outside shower. The Herb Cottage is tucked away near the river. It has wheelchair friendly features. Frida’s View is our newest cottage and has a lovely view from the veranda over the avo orchards and down the mountains. It also has two bedrooms, en suite and similar facilities to the Herb Cottage. The Coral Tree Campsite is only accessible with a 4 x 4 and you book out the whole place, if there are two to 6 people. Impressive views of the mountains.


Choose from a variety of accommodation types to suit your needs

The Herb Cottage

Sleeps 5


Frida’s View

Sleeps 4


Coral Tree Camp

Sleeps 6



Experience nature like you’ve never seen before


Enjoy a braai with friends under the blanket of stars


Equipped with the little things that will make you feel at home

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What a beautifully designed spacious cottage. Such a treat! We have enjoyed exploring the area and loved coming home to our beautiful space. Thank you.
Tracy and Christian
The Herb Cottage, May 2016
Thank you for a beautiful stay. Herb Cottage is magical. Your attention to detail and thoughtfulness were very much appreciated.
Nicky and Oz
The Herb Cottage, Sep 2016
Beste Kampplek ooit! Nou gaan geen ander Kampplek kan kers opsteek nie. Pragtige uitsig en heerlike geriewe, wat veral help as dit reen.
Christo and Karien
Coral Tree Camp, Mar 2017