About White Water Farm
Escape to historic White Water Farm. We offer guests a welcoming rural haven with magnificent mountain scenery in the Kleinriver valley near Stanford, South Africa. We are 145km from Cape Town International Airport, just one hour and 45 minutes drive.
The accommodation, wedding and conference facilities have all been recently renovated to a high standard of comfort and hospitality with the warm and personal touch of the owners. The ambience of the farm is relaxed, comfortable and eclectically elegant. This picture-perfect and historical venue is the ideal place to escape – whether it is for a much needed rest, an adventure, a business conference, a wedding or a private retreat.
White Water Farm has its own “chapel” which was converted from the old distillery barn, where Witblits, a local liquor like Grappa, used to be made, hence the historic farm’s name - Witwater or White Water. Adjacent is the restaurant with a lovely shaded garden situated under a grove of oak trees and blue gums, making it an ideal venue for weddings and conferences.
Wedding Venues: We have our own barn “chapel” which was converted from an old distillery, and our conservatory style restaurant and sheltered garden by a grove of old oaks and blue gums, ideal for a wedding reception.
Conference Venues: Our barn can be used for small conference events, max 40 people, we can accommodate 22 people on the farm.
Romantic: Our Gatehouse Cottage is particularly romantic, set on its own away from most of the other accommodation. It has a beautiful handmade four poster bed from blue gum tree trunks from the farm. Also has a fire and a victorian bath in the bedroom.
Late arrivals and early departures for confirmed reservations will be charged in full.
Please note that your credit card will be charged for a cancellation fee if applicable and an admin fee of R20 will be charged on all cancellations where payments have been processed.
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