Decadant cakes, scrumptious breakfasts and hearty dinners draw many a local and guests from afar to Die Waenhuis.
 
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During the flower* season (beginning of August until roughly the end of September - this is of course dictated by nature) enjoy light lunches, delicious cakes & coffee at Die Waenhuis, our small restaurant on the farm. Die Waenhuis is then open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm during this springtime celebration of nature.

For the remainder of the year, we offer breakfast and dinner to our overnight guests (booked in advance) and Die Waenhuis is also a magnificent venue for small intimate weddings, birthdays, conferences or any celebration of life & love!

This sensitively restored wagon shed dates back to the early 1800 and for the last 6 generations had various uses until we could not resist the temptation to start a restaurant, which came to life in August 2008. We thank our guests who over the years motivated us, seeing an ideal setting for celebrations and weddings.

After a walk or drive on the flowerroute or after Willem's farmtour, you are welcome to enjoy a light lunch, hot coffee or Rooibos tea (try our red cappuchino!) from the farm with a slice of decadent cake. A huge fireplace warms the atmosphere or enjoy the outdoor tables under the trees.

Browse through our handmade products from the farm and pottery of various artists. Our staying guests enjoy their breakfasts at Die Waenhuis and their booked dinners are delivered to their cottages through-out the year, to enjoy in privacy in front of the fire, or even outside in summer. Our produce is fresh and food prepared with
the utmost care.

The shed uses solar and wind power, and some of our veggies are organically grown, the is lamb free range, we make our own compost and we recycle our paper and glass.

* Out of the flower season, the restaurant opens on request for groups of 6 or more. Please phone to book (preferably a few days in advance, so that we can prepare, as resources are limited at our little outpost and we need to resupply from the larger surrounding towns).