Hope Springs Eternal is a 433ha game farm, nestled in the Waterberg range of mountains. It offer a superb setting for quiet enjoyment of the bush and all it contains, including a wide variety of game animals and birdlife, varied flora and extensive views.For the more active, hiking can be as challenging as you wish and mountain biking will test your legs!The unpolluted skies make star gazing delight.
Self-catering accommodation is available in The Lodge, which contains 3 self-contained units, each with queen-sized bed, fully equipped kitchen and private patio.Wi-Fi is available.The lodge is also very suitable for groups. We also have a campsite, offering solar heated showers, toilets, washing up area and braais.The Lodge is built out of local stone, collected from the farm. We also offer Bed & Breakfast and Dinner, Bed & Breakfast in the newly renovated Farmhouse. Restaurant & Bar are located in the Farmhouse, serving Caribbean flavours as well as old favourites.
A free game drive is offered each day and braai wood is provided.
Hope Springs Eternal is creating an ecologically responsible environment in terms of wildlife and land husbandry. Our accommodation and the campsite are all solar powered (no loadshedding to worry about).
Our ethos is to be eco-friendly, people-friendly and outward looking
Bar, By a mountain, Countryside, In the mountains, Near Golf Course, Restaurant
PricePrice : 400.00 ZAR - 400.00 ZAR p/p sharing
- BBQ | Braai Facilities
- Catering By Arrangement
- Credit Card Facilities
- Fully Catered
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Pets Allowed
- Room Cleaning Service
- TV Room / Lounge
- WiFi (Internet access)
Bicycle Rental, Bird watching, Botanical, Eco & Nature, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Hiking, Historical Attractions, Mountain Biking, Outdoor, Working Farm
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