Somerset East accommodation guest farm
A short distance off the N10 between Somerset
East and Paterson, with a good dirt road for access, Wilton Guest
Farm comes as a considerable surprise to the visitor. This
baronial style manor house was constructed during the wool boom of
the 1950's and stands as a monument to the enterprise of those days.
With all its nooks and crannies, two
staircases, long corridors and lots of rooms, one's first reaction
is to wish that one had grown up in a house like this.
Space is evident everywhere from the wood
panelled formal dining room to the lounge to the numerous bedrooms
which is perfectly suited to groups.
The kitchen is equipped with a large AGA stove
and the separate scullery has, additionally, a microwave oven and a
In the garden is a braai as well as a pool from
which you can look out over a corner of the 13 000 ha estate.
The terrain of the farm consists mainly of
grazing but the Little Fish River also runs through it and provides
some lush, well treed contrasts for variety.