Happy guests

At Seven Fountains Farm we receive guests from all over the world. Couples, families and groups (who rent the whole farm). Our guests are charmed by the old buildings with a minimalist twist. Nowhere in the area you will find this styling. Everyone is also surprised by the spacious layout. Would you like to have a drink with your family by the pool? Put the chairs on. Drink a glass of wine at the outdoor bar, enjoy the Boma campfire in the evening (look up, the starry sky makes you quiet) or be surprised by the beautiful sunset that is more than amazing from the look out post. Want to be alone? Plenty of privacy! Enjoy reading and lazing in one of the hammocks, a walk with a coffee to go to our dam, or find a nice spot overlooking the valley for yoga, meditation or just to muse. Everything is possible. We are regularly told that nature and the pure air are doing well. During the day, but also at night. Some guests have not slept so well in years. Last but not least; the food. Our kitchen is pure and authentic. We work as much as possible with fresh ingredients and alternate South African influences with a European touch. Read here how our guests experience Seven Fountains Farm. Want to share something yourself?
What a wonderful place for some good old r&r. Farmstay with an amazing gourmet restaurant. The rooms are large. The welcome is warm.

Very nice renovated old Fort. Great service and food. Nothing to complain. Better than expected.

A beautiful gem situated just outside of Grahamstown. The rooms are stunningly decorated with emphasis on the surrounding bush and its natural beauty. The original farmhouse was established in 1717 by Dutch settlers, skillfully restored and …

Extremely friendly service, the food was great and the setting is soooooo relaxing. We will be back

Went there for lunch and it was exquisite. The food was amazing 5 star quality, the cook is fantastic and the new owner has a good grasp of everything. Nice little play area outside but needs some TLC. You can have a nice little walk around …