Mosaic Farm

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10km from Stanford, signposted from the end of Queen Victoria Street
Western Cape 
South Africa
028 313 2814
+27 86 276 3026
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Mosaic Farm

This lovely rural retreat with sweeping views of the lagoon and unspoilt surrounds boasts a number of accommodation options from Lagoon Lodge where breakfast and dinner are included in the price to the self-catering Duminy Cottage (sleeping up to 9 people) and a romantic fend-for-yourself getaway for two at Duminchie Cottage. The newly renovated Spookhuis restaurant offers a taste of fine dining with produce from the region and herbs and vegetables from their own garden. Day- time picnics on the terrace or waterside decks offer a suitably rustic gourmet treat.

Rates: Lodge R1280 per person. Self-catering R335 -R400.

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