Glenogle Farm, The Stables and The Loft
Glenogle Farm is a privately owned estate hidden amongst the pine plantations in the beautiful mountainous area of Magoebaskloof. This picturesque farm boasts horses, a magnificent dam stocked with trout as well as 2 Luxury self catering units, The Stables and The Loft.
The Stables is a luxury, double- story guest house which is intimately positioned between the horse stables and paddock. It has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and comfortably sleeps 4 persons. It is not suitable for children under the age of 6.
The Stables has a cosy country atmosphere which has been created using a combination of warm textured fabrics and personally collected antiques, some with a history from the area. Downstairs the stylish open plan living space includes a large feature fireplace, a large flat screen TV, a dining area with a vaulted ceiling and a well equipped kitchen with a gas hob and convection microwave. Large double doors open out on both sides of the living area. On the one side is a patio and private garden. The other side opens directly on to the stable courtyard where you can meet our farm horses, Abby, Silva and Rain Forest.
A spiral staircase leads you upstairs to the comfortably appointed bedrooms and bathroom. The bedrooms have a serene view through the Oaks of the paddock below. The main bedroom has a King size bed and the second bedroom has 2 single beds. The modern bathroom has a large shower, toilet and bathroom vanity.
The Loft is an exclusive romantic hideaway, perfect for honeymooners or those celebrating an anniversary or special occasion. It is a luxuriously appointed suite hidden in the pine forest overlooking the dam. This enchanting space features a bedroom, stylish living area, fully equipped country kitchen, full bathroom as well as a private deck. Both the bedroom and living area have exquisite views over the forest and dam. The elegant four poster King size bed, high ceilings, beautiful French shutters, scented candles and roaring fireplace create the perfect ambiance for couples who want to get away from it all.
Please note that children cannot be accommodated in this unit.
Whether your preference is fishing, having sundowners at the deck on the dam or relaxing in front of a crackling fire with a glass of your favourite red, Glenogle is the perfect exclusive hideaway for you to relax and rejuvenate your soul.
Other features include:
- Quality linen, blankets and towels
- Electric blankets and hot water bottles
- Weber braai with complimentary charcoal and firelighters
- Complimentary WIFI
- Complimentary firewood
- Serviced daily
- Trout fishing (catch and release only)
- Non smoking accommodation
What we are near:
- 65km from Polokwane
- 35km from Tzaneen
- 8km from Haenertsburg
- 2km from Stanford Lake College
To do in the area:
- The Magoebaskloof canopy tour
- Magoebaskloof Adventures offer various adventure activities
- Birding at Kurisa Moya
- Wegraakbosch organic cheese farm
- Ebenezer Dam cruises
- Louis Changuion trail
- Debengeni Falls
- Wolkberg Wilderness area
- Kings Waldon Garden
- Tea gardens and nurseries
- Hiking and walking trails
- Annual festivities include the well known Berry Festival, The Autumn Food and Wine Fair and The Spring Fair
The Pot and Plow and The Magoebaskloof Hotel are both less than 2km away.
Haenertsburg has a few cosy restaurants and coffee shops on offer. These include, The Iron Crown Pub and Grill, The Red Plate, Lekwaar and Minki's coffee shop.
Take the N1 highway to Polokwane. Before reaching Polokwane, take the R71 to Tzaneen, continue for approximately 61km towards Tzaneen. Pass the turn off to Haenertsburg and continue straight on the R71. After about 6km you will pass Stanford Lake College on your left. 1km after this, just after coming around a bend, there is a sign saying Ebenezer Dam. Turn right at this sign onto the G road. 1km along the road G9 is on your right.
Take the R71 from Tzaneen up the pass towards Magoebaskloof. After you have passed the Magoebaskloof Hotel on your left and The Pot and Plow on your right, you will see a sign that says Ebenezer dam. Turn left at this sign onto the G road. 1km along the road G9 is on your right.