ABOUT LANGDAM GUEST FARM
SELF-CATERING ACCOMMODATION & CAMPING
Langdam Guest Farm offers more than just guest accommodation, it is also a working farm specialising in a variety of agricultural ventures. Situated in the Koo Valley, our accommodation rests at the foot of the Langeberg mountains with spectacular views and a sense of peace, unique to farm-style life.
PEAR TREE COTTAGE (Sleeps 4)
just metres from our natural spring-fed dam.
APRICOT SUITE (Sleeps 2) & ALMOND SUITE (Sleeps 5)
private and romantic suites off the original 1912 farmhouse.
APPLE CABIN (Sleeps 7)
a rustic cabin with breathtaking views over the Koo Valley.
PINE CABIN (Sleeps 6)
tucked away in the natural pine forest.
GUINEA FOWL COTTAGE (Sleeps 4) & SHEPHERD COTTAGE (Sleeps 4)
a little further away from the main farm house on the slopes of the valley where the land feels like home.
We also offer lovely Safari tents in the summer months.
Langdam Farm has been on a long journey to get to where it is today, ruins of the original 19th century farm house can still be seen, reminding us of the first people who loved this land. Under new ownership since 2015, the farm will continue to provide guests with the experience and quality they have become accustomed to over the years.
Langdam has been given a new lease on life, bringing the fruit trees back into production, the introduction of vineyards to the farm and the development of the beautiful wedding venue.
We are 185 Kilometers from Century City in Cape Town and just 30 minutes from the historic town and hot springs of Montagu. The surrounding area offers wine tasting, kloofing expeditions, horse riding, golfing, tractor rides as well as good old traditional South African cuisine and hospitality.
Overlooking the main dam, there is a stone and timber lapa where guests can braai, enjoy the bird life, swim, fish for bass, row a boat or just laze in the water on a tractor tube in true farm style. Next to the Lapa there is also a swimming pool for those who do not want to swim in the dam. We have a wagon converted jungle gym and the stables nearby, which is also a big hit with the children.
We are Pet friendly, however only in certain cottages with enclosed gardens away from the main house and not in the campsite. If you would like to bring your dogs along please let us know before hand. If you do bring your dogs with you to the farm, please arrange with us in advance if you would like to bring your dogs near the main house.
This area is home to SIX friendly dogs that are part of the Langdam Family.
Being close to the mountain, there are snakes. If you take your dog along for hikes, please just be aware of the possibility that they may encounter a snake.
Unfortunately the nearest vet hospital is in Robertson (70km).
We will not be held accountable for any injuries/fatalities to your pets while they are on the farm.
Langdam has something for everyone. It is a wonderful place for people who have an interest in photography, painting, hiking, mountain biking, stargazing, fishing or simply want to relax and enjoy a weekend with friends and family.
For a relaxing holiday away from the stresses of everyday life join us on our farm and experience
Langdam for yourself!
what we do to try and make a difference
These days, it is so important to be aware of how you and your business are affecting the environment.
No matter how small, there are always ways to do things differently in order to do your bit to be more actively sustainable. Here at Langdam Guest Farm, we implement various practices and look for new ways to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
- Use of solar and gas geysers
- use of solar powered boreholes
- Gas stoves in cottages
- grey water systems for reuse of water in gardens
- Encourage use of organic waste bins ( scraps to be given to livestock)
- Recycling bins in communal locations
- Removal of alien vegetation on the farm, used as source of fuel ( fireplaces and cooking)
- Organic compost generated on the farm
- Beehives on the farm, encouragement of natural ecosystems
- Ethical farming practices and steps to ensure water conservation
- Use of energy saving lighting in cottages
- Use of less paper through email of receipts
- use of grass clippings and dried foliage for ground cover and /or bedding for livestock
Weddings venue sustainability
- Up cycle and reuse of reclaimed wood and unused items to create decor and furniture
- DIY decor that can be reused for other events.
- Use of organic confetti
- All organic waste generated from catering reused for compost or feed for livestock.
- Left over food donated to those less fortunate.
- Use of alien vegetation as greenery/ decoration
- Recycling of candles
- Encourage use of recycled paper for wedding stationery
- Salvage flower arrangements to be used in cottages and or dried and used for confetti at a later stage
- Use of silk flowers to reduce need for buying in cut flowers.
- Encouragement to use caterers who source their produce locally
- Encouragement to use flowers that are in season and readily available.
- Encouragement to not use table clothes ( the rustic look!) reducing environmental impact created through washing and ironing.
- Use of paper or reusable straws encouraged, plastic straws not available at the bar.