Deep in the Baviaans River Mountains near where they join the Winterberg range, in the scenic and malaria- free Eastern Cape, lies Huntly Glen. Only 3 hours drive from the airport cities of East London and Port Elizabeth, in the Bedford district, this is an ideal venue for a week-end getaway or a hunting safari.
Huntly Glen is the historic home of the family of Thomas Pringle, leader of the 1820 Scottish Settler Party, and 5th generation Ernest and Anne Pringle invite you to share this idyllic spot with them and to learn about the area.
Accommodation: Stay in a restored and fully furnished farm-house. There are 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, (2 en-suite) and 2 rooms sharing a full bathroom and separate toilet, fully equipped kitchen, lounge and dining room, each with their own fire-place for those chilly winter evenings, braai/boma area and a large patio with un-ending views across the mountains makes for a wonderful area to just sit and relax while watching kudu as they quietly make their way across the opposite slope. The house is far enough removed from the main homestead to ensure complete peace and quiet. The house is let out on a self-catering basis, so is ideal for group bookings. Our booking policy means you have the house (and farm) entirely to yourself for the duration of your stay. For those who prefer, meals consisting of traditional farm fare, and made with the freshest, organically grown farm produce and meat can be booked. We are also pet friendly and small dogs are welcome.
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