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Visited Kersefontein in December 2017 with my husband and two young sons. Julian, as ever, was such a gracious host. Dinners in the evenings, spent in his fabulous dining room under candlelight, eating delicious food were one of the many highlights. One evening as we...More
Arriving at the entrance gate with 1774 as a date gives you a small taste of what lies ahead waiting to be discovered. This is both an historical monument and a working farm that unashamedly shows both its advanced age and its illustrious history, The...More
I read about Kersefontein in a travel article and decided to try it out for a family weekend. Julian, the owner, gave me a taste of the personal touch that characterized the whole weekend by taking my Sunday afternoon call while on horseback, out and...More
Don't go expecting polished perfection, this is a real farm with serious charm. You never know what you're going to get - it could be quiet with just you and Julian, or maybe 50 film crew and a bar full of rowdy Afrikaners. I've never...More
Cast aside any expectations and you'll have an experience that will stay with you forever. Does it have wifi? I didn't ask. Did my bed get turned down? I don't remember and don't care. Does it compare to any other luxury getaway you've experienced? No....More