We were a family of six visiting from Canada. The following points to ponder on is worth mentioning - we were not able to eat at the restaurant simply because we did not make a reservation ( the eatery was not full and even if we wanted to make a reservation for after our midday tour we were advised to buy food from the attached tuck shop which had only one sausage roll left and not enough potato chips for the rest) - the curious shop is extremely expensive if compared with other surrounding comparable outlets - our guide, which was a great guy, had the embarrassing job to beg a ride with one of us in our already loaded private vacation vehicles to take us all to the exhibition farm which is actually a distance from the reception. -we were not informed about the distant drive to the main farm before we bought the entry tickets. - the main farm did not make us feel welcome at all especially if taken in consideration that the house was declared a national monument and we were only allowed to view it from the dusty road about 100m away. - the shed at the breading farm that we sat in during a presentation was falling apart. - if compared with other attractions in the area and the rest of South-Africa it is obvious that this business is simply not in the same class and is in need of positive upgrades especially if taken in consideration that thousands of overseas visitors are being brought there by outfitting companies and tour operators.
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