Glen Avon Farm

Glen Avon Farm



There is something very special about staying at Glen Avon. It’s a visit in South African history, a sense of timelessness and a magical feeling of serenity that you will experience while relaxing on this unique and historic working farm.

Alison’s garden is beyond words and she makes sure that all the ingredients for a memorable stay are there, Including access to a beautiful swimming pool, a delicious breakfast option and well marked walking trails.

The bird life is abundant, over 270 species, with the option of guided birding outings for those who are looking for a ‘lifer’.

For those outdoor enthusiasts there is fly fishing in the dams and mountain biking on fam tracks. Some of the historic buildings include the Water Mill, the shearing shed (barracks from the Boer War), the 200 year old farmhouse and Hart Cottage which was built in 1817.

Farm activities include sheep and angora goat shearing, daily hand milking and herding of stock from various pastures.

The fully equipped garden cottages sleep 6 and 5 respectively, smaller units sleeping 2 are also available