Gardiol Country House
About Gardiol Country House
Gardiol Country House is a working farm, with large gardens offering peace, tranquility and rural serenity.
We have luxurious, fresh, country rooms and plenty of space to relax and unwind.
There are four spacious luxury rooms and all have an en-suite bathroom, are decorated with fresh percale linen and styled with contemporary country decor. The rooms have a hospitality tray, fresh drinking water, toiletries, heating/cooling/electric blankets, DSTV & free WIFI. There is one self-catering cottage, sleeping a max of two adults and two children under 18.
Wander around the sprawling park-like garden with its Oak and Yellowwood trees, seasonal vegetable garden and interesting bird life. The farm has historical connections to the Craib and Hofmeyr families, as well as to the Gardiol Oaks at Boschendal and Delville Wood. Enjoy the fresh air and rural charm of a working farm, which is conveniently close (4 km) to the town of Somerset East.
An excellent base and within easy reach for day visits to three National Parks; the Addo Elephant Park, The Mountain Zebra National Park (Cradock) and the Camdeboo National Park (Graaff-Reinet)
Family friendly: Park-like garden with beautiful trees, bird-life, natural vegetable gardens. Collect fresh eggs, pick seasonal berries, feed the ducks and chickens, be part of a working sheep and irrigation farm.
Romantic: We specialize in serenity, peace and rural charm on a farm which is within easy reach of town. Wander the country lanes and breathe in the wide open spaces.
Covid Safety Approved: Our Property is prepared according to FEDHASA guidelines. Our staff have been trained on COVID preparedness, including PPE, hand hygiene, social distancing and wearing masks; we clean our property with all mandatory disinfectants.
*Check-in times from 14:00 to 19:00 at the latest
* There are no unfortunately no self-catering facilities available in the Guest House
* Breakfasts need to be booked when making a reservation.
Gardiol Country House Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling