Ouma se Opstal also known as Granny’s Homestead, is a beautiful preserved historic residence, constructed in 1902. Ouma se Opstal also known as Granny’s Homestead, is a beautiful preserved historic residence, constructed in 1902.
This 115 year old homestead is situated at the foothills of the majestic Drakensberg Mountains in a World Heritage site, in Kwa-Zulu Natal. It is part of a working farm.
The ‘ Kopje’ at the back of the house, known as ‘Impimbo’ in Zulu, or ‘ Arthur Seat ‘ was an observation point for Dingaan’s Impis.
Ouma se Opstal/Granny’s Homestead is surrounded by a breathtaking, lush garden and creates a perfect atmosphere of peace and tranquillity. The garden has ample place for children to run around and play, while the rest of the family can relax and unwind. Visitors can enjoy the fresh mountain air and peace in the beautiful garden with its big trees.
The interior decor speaks of an old world charm and uplifts the spirit of appreciation. . .
4 Spacious bedrooms, 2 en-suite and 2 sharing a bathroom. The house can sleep comfortably 8 adults.