MBewu Fields Guest Farm is an exciting eco-tourism enterprise in the heart of the Baviaanskloof Mountain Reserve, which makes up a large portion of the Cape Floral Region, a United Nations World Heritage Site. In addition to its stunning plant diversity, the reserve boasts 310 bird species, 58 mammals, 56 reptiles, 17 amphibians, 15 fish and 55 types of butterfly.

MBewu Fields has just completed the first phase of its development – two self-catering cottages and an organic farming venture. Future plans include the addition of yet another romantic cottage with sheer comfort and spectacular views.


Semane Lodge at MBewu Fields comfortably sleeps 8 – 10 people in its four large bedrooms - of which two are ensuite; with two additional bathrooms and toilets.
The living area is pure old-world charm – comfy soft couches, roaring fireplace and a farmhouse kitchen.

Its wraparound veranda commands spectacular views of the rolling lawns and fynbos gardens, the winding Kouga river, and imposing rock features.
For breakfast in the light of the rising sun or relaxing with a book in the afternoon, come and sit on the upstairs veranda.

Family: The main lodge is ideal for a family of four, two families of four (with the kids upstairs), or a large party of 8 – 10 people.

Conference/Team Building: MBewu Fields also provides the ideal conference venue for about 15 people comfortably. The spectacular indigenous environment provides a lovely breakaway from the office.

Stone Cottage: The cosy small cottage sleeps 4 people in two bedrooms, with a lounge cum kitchen and veranda with spectacular views.

The long lodge, or Khayalita, provides 3 rooms for backpackers is under construction.
If you love to camp, the farm provides good ablution facilities and great camping spots.


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