For the first time in our entire lives, we are all in the same boat – preferably at a 2m distance apart, thanks to Covid 19!
Paardeplaats Nature Retreat, 12km outside Lydenburg on the Longtom Pass, has always been a safe haven, providing self-catering and catered accommodation in the Lydenburg area. Our off the grid accommodation guarantees no-load-shedding, what with our upgraded solar system and wood and gas stoves.
We can now honestly welcome guests to a self-quarantine isolated spot in the freedom of unspoilt nature and fresh air. Due to website renovations and foreign cancellations, we have all our rooms open – also for last minute essential services guests.
We would also like to take this opportunity to detail the preventative measures that we’ve put in place to maintain the well-being of our guests, our staff and management. Here’s what we’ve done and continue to do to secure health safety:
In line with global and national information about risk areas available,
our small staff contingent have not and will not leave the farm to go shopping or to go home to outlying areas.
They (and ourselves) are checked on a daily basis for any flu symptoms.
Increased frequency of routine sanitation and hand-washing throughout the day with regular hygiene reminders.
Brian does all shopping (well armed with his face mask and sanitiser) in Lydenburg where there have been NO cases of Covid 19 infections reported. We do not receive any goods delivered from outside.
All surfaces are cleaned daily with disinfectant.
We offer Friends of Paardeplaats a 20% reduction on all direct bookings.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or phone us on 013 1100 320 or 082 416 1379.
Visit www.paardeplaats.co.za for more info on our facility.
OUR HAVEN ‘ON TOP OF THE WORLD’:
We speak English. Ons praat Afrikaans. Nous parlons français.
Get to us: Post Net Suite 158, Private Bag X20097, Lydenburg 1120
Call Us: Main Farm Tel: 079 694 9462 / 013 110 0320
Our Cell: Brian 082 416 1379 Gerda 079 515 7799
Coordinates to Gate on R37 – South 025.099173 – East 030.552929/span>
Photo Credit: Des Jacobs