Very interesting historical place. Takes you back to the early days of the French Huguenots and the Dutch settlers in this fertile and beautiful valley. Apart from the beautiful artifacts and antiques in the museum, the old house showcases life as it had been more than 200 years ago.
There is also a lovely indigenous garden with lots of birds and a variety of interesting plants that some people would never have seen before. It is well worth a visit and has pathways for long walks through the fynbos and under the shady trees.
The grounds were meticulously manicured and well kept. Very inviting for a picnic under the shady trees. Also worth a visit is the restaurant and tea garden. Do not rush. This is a piece of heaven where one ought to spend some time and take in the wonder of the surrounding mountains and the splendour of nature.
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