Oh yes, we certainly are. Couples have chosen to marry in all sorts of unusual places around the farm or in the nature reserve, and we are happy to accommodate any wish wherever we can.
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Our specials are regularly updated, and usually include winter and mid-week specials. Have a look at our latest
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Early records show that Bartholomeus Klip was named in commemoration of the St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre of the Huguenots in France in 1572, and was granted to Franz van der Lubbstadt, a settler from Holland in 1705 …
Yes we do. Day trips, however, need to be pre-booked well in advance, to prevent that they don’t clash with the guided nature drives of guests staying at one of our farmhouses.
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We know that finding us can be a little tricky if you follow Google Maps – we are located at a remote farm, and it would appear that not all farm roads have been correctly indexed by Google. We have tried our best to make your travels smoother by proving detailed
directions to Bartholomeus Klip here
Bartholomeus Klip comprises three houses – one full-board, and two self-catering – at walking distance from one another.
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Yes, Elandsberg Nature Reserve, Elandsberg Farms, and Bartholomeus Klip are privately owned by one family. The nature reserve and farmlands surround the guesthouses, and staying at Bartholomeus Klip automatically gives access to the private nature reserve.
Elandsberg Nature Reserve