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Enjoy your stay!

Get away from the hustle and bustle of city life to Kwetu Guest Farm. Situated on a peaceful farm in Buffeljagsrivier – 11kms outside Swellendam, the third oldest town in South Africa.

Our home, our place, that is how the Swahili word Kwetu translates. A simple word with a sense of belonging.

Kwetu is a refuge for nature lovers. Derived from the name “Atelier Kwetu”, this long gone island of peace provided shelter for single mothers in Lullingu. On the eastern corner of the Congo, run by eccentric Spanish nuns, it gave hope and comfort to those who needed it most. Long gone but never forgotten, we wanted to keep its memory alive and gave our farm the name in memory of those ladies of courage who went the extra mile for the less fortunate and believed in a better, more welcoming world.


The Cottages

Three comfortable self-catering one bedroom cottages. Two are alongside a dam. Sleeps two privately. Bed/s in lounge. 83 hectares in which to walk, jog or cycle.

Rates for the cottages:

R1400 per unit per night

Sleeps a maximum of 5 people per cottage.

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The Apartments

We have two one bedroom apartments for rent by the main house. Enjoy time off at the perfect weekend getaway destination to relax with tranquil surroundings.

Rates for the apartments:

R850 per night and long room Finley R850 per night.

Minimum two nights.

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The accommodation at Kwetu Guest Farm has 24 Springboks, 9 rhebok and steenbok, scrub hare, dassies and water mongoose. Numerous bird species including fish eagle, Stanley´s bustard, secretary birds and our beautiful national bird, the blue crane. More game to arrive the next couple of months. We hope transform one of the smaller dams on the farm into a fishing dam soon with bass. Fishermen beware.

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Relax & Enjoy Great Times at Kwetu

Things to do on the farm:

We offer game drives on request, giving you a personal tour of the farm. We guarantee that you will see
Eland, Bontebok, Springboks, Reeboks, not to mention countless birds and other native animals.

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