‘Die Ruskamer’, a free-standing cottage, forms part of a working village farm, ‘In the End’, with main residence, vineyard, orchard, and kitchen garden – inspired by the agriturismo and slow food concept.

It consists of two bedrooms and a central open plan kitchen/ dining/ living area and fireplace. Each bedroom has a king size bed that can be configured into single beds with integrated bathrooms with hanging space for clothes.

Open air braai facilities and seating are offered for alfresco dining as well as a fire pit for enjoying late night chats around a fire.

Essentials include towels, linen and toilet paper and wifi is available – also a TV monitor for streaming but no TV network.

Although not covered, safe parking is available on the premises.

With dogs on the property, it is ideally suited for dog lovers but not for children between 2-12 years. Pets are thus not allowed.

We are a water-wise establishment and we prescribe to sustainability principles.

You will be hosted by Paul & Loraine Bewsher and Karin Sfreddo – our small farm, centrally located in the heritage village, is a shared space between close friends and our beloved dogs. Although we are all still actively working in the adventure, travel and conservation fields worldwide and in Southern Africa, Stanford is our home and base because of the lifestyle it affords us – a lifestyle we would like to share with you, even if only for a brief stay.

Paul is a keen chef and when at home, long table, slow food meals can be booked with him. We can also arrange bespoke, interactive, participatory and enlightening cycling and site-seeing experiences, aimed at showcasing the unique offerings of our area, upon prior request and arrangement.

Rates: All at two (2) nights minimum stay

1-2 persons pn Rate on request

3 persons pn Rate on request

4 people pn Rate on request

Check in between 3-7pm