Frequently Asked Questions

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CAN A NORMAL SEDAN CAR DRIVE THE ROADS TO THE GOODLAND?

Yes, we are off a tar road with only 200m of graded dirt road to reach the farm & your cabin. The roads to and from The Goodland are tarred & can be traversed with a normal sedan car. It is however not advisable to travel with  low-profile sports car because of the general state of the roads.

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?

The Goodland provides all linen, bedding, blankets, towels, dishwashing liquid, soap for the shower & toilet paper. Milk and Honey Cottage each has a selected bouquet of DSTV channels. Cottage One and Two has Netflix. 

Bring your own firewood and charcoal. Also swimming towels.

ARE THE COTTAGES SERVICED?

No, the cottages are not serviced daily - this can be included at an extra charge, please enquire in advance.

IS THE WATER SAVE TO DRINK?

Yes, the borehole water in cottages is completely save and of excellent quality - recent test results available at request.

DO THE COTTAGES HAVE FIREPLACES?

Currently, both Milk and Honey Cottage have fireplaces and we anticipate Cottage One and Two to have before the winter of 2022.

HOW IS THE WEATHER IN THE BERG? WHAT SHOULD I PACK?

In summer, temperatures can be high during the day but often drop at night, so pack warm clothes as well as winter gear. In winter the days and night are cold, and can get very cold. The weather also tends to change at the drop of a hat, so rather come prepared.

 

DO YOU HAVE A RESTAURANT ON THE PROPERTY OR CATER FOR ANY MEALS?

The Goodland is completely self-catering & all cottages have a kitchen (with - but not limited to - cutlery, crockery, basic pots & pans, utensils, 4-burner stove, microwave & toaster. Each cottage has a braai on the verandah). Each cottage also has complimentary free-range eggs, starter tea and coffee. There is no restaurant on the property but The Valley has many wonderful options.