Four Fields Farm ****

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Many of our happy customers return time after time. Thank you for your wonderful comments in our guestbook at the farm, Tripadvisor and the various other websites!

Overall: 100%

Fantastic Holiday Location!

Lovely property in beautiful surroundings. We stopped here for 16 nights & loved every minute of our stay. Four Fields Farm has everything to make you feel at home. We can highly recommend a stay here, it is so peaceful & is surrounded by beautiful gardens. Felicity & Graham made us very welcome & they could have done nothing more to improve our time at Four Fields. It was brilliant!! Will definitely stop again when we come back to The Crags.

Thank you once again Felicity & Graham. We had a brilliant time at Four Fields Farm & didn't want to leave. There is nothing that we would change about your property. We loved it. We are already planning our return to South Africa & hope to see you again in the not too distant future.

Angela Hughes, England 2014/02/27

***** (5/5)

5 of 5 starsReviewed 13 January 2014

I know the Crags and Nature's Valley area very well, having gone there every year on family holidays since I was a kid. The area is by far the nicest part of the Garden Route. This was my first stay at Four Fields Farm House, and I can genuinely say it couldn't have suited us better. We were a party of 9 (but you can be much fewer and more), and the main house literally had every detail covered. So from a practicality perspective (cooking, dining, braaiing etc) it was spot on. There wasn't a thing that we could point out as a flaw. The house itself is also just lovely. And perfectly put together - it doesn't feel like a hotel, and instead is wonderfully homely and very classic. Felicity and Graham have a wonderful place, and I couldn't recommend it more.

What shocked me the most was the cost. Getting such a wonderful place at such an affordable cost is rare. Outstanding

  • Stayed January 2014, travelled with friends

Andrew, New York City, New York

***** (5/5)

5 of 5 starsReviewed 11 October 2013

Graeme and Felicity have changed their Guest house and now only offer self catering accommodation options for all guests. Every room has access to either private or shared cooking and dining facilities. And there is a two bed-roomed cottage available for rent.
However, as far as the ambiance and the beauty of the surroundings and the stunning views, nothing has changed and it remains one of the best places to stay if you need a base to explore the area or you are passing by on your way through the Garden Route.
As before the attention to detail, the beautiful garden and the tranquility of the surroundings made it the perfect place for us to stay on our return from a recent trip to the Eastern Cape.
We can definitely still recommend Four Fields Farm even without Graeme's delicious breakfasts!

  • Stayed April 2013, travelled with family

Wanderer 100, Cape Town, South Africa

***** (5/5)

5 of 5 starsReviewed 20 April 2013

Beautifully decorated rooms in an exquisitely tranquil country setting. Wonderful hosts with superb culinary and bread making skills. A perfect introduction to the garden route. Thank you Graeme and Felicity!

  • Stayed April 2013, travelled with family

Caryn E, Melbourne Australia

***** (5/5)

5 of 5 starsReviewed 20 April 2013

Excellent accommodation, phenomenal breakfasts with homemade bread, hosts amazing, beautiful surroundings. Not our first stay at Four Fields and will definitely be returning again when time permits - will always be our first choice.

  • Stayed April 2013, travelled with family

Gail E, Launceston, Australia

***** (5/5)

5 of 5 starsReviewed 13 April 2013

Having stayed a week at the Four Fields farm I felt at home in this cheerful lil place along the South Africa's fabled Garden Route. Four Fields B&B is at a delightful location with a relaxed vibe which makes it the best place to unwind. The delicious fresh bread that Graeme makes every morning is alone worth a ride down from Cape Town! Overall a great experience with Felicity and Graeme making the experience one of the best one could ask for!

Tanvir Shah.

  • Stayed April 2013, travelled solo

Tanvir, Abu Dhabi, UAE

***** (5/5)

5 of 5 starsReviewed 27 February 2013

I have stayed at Four Fields numerous times, and is my B&B of choice when visiting the Plett area. It’s conveniently situated just outside the hustle and bustle making the B&B relaxing, whilst the smell of freshly baked bread fills the air, and wets the appetite.

Greame and Falicity whip up the best home cooked meals, deliciously accompanied by good wine and great conversation. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and the beach is just down the road, offering the perfect setting. Take in the country air with the fresh morning smell of pine tree’s and fynbos, while time slips by as you unwind in this tranquillity of the Crag’s.

I would highly recommend Four Fields to anyone looking for a home away from home ...

  • Stayed March 2012, travelled solo

Wilkie J, Johannesburg, Sotuh Africa

5 of 5 starsReviewed 15 February 2013

My wife and I loved our stay at Four Fields while on holidays from Australia a number of years ago. We were initially going to stay in Plett while travelling through the Garden Route, but a friend convinced us to stay at Four Fields. I am glad they told us. Nothing was left out as we were made to feel like part of the family. A comfy bed to sleep in, fantastic food and many laughs with Graeme the story teller, we did not want to leave. I still salivate over the breakfasts and the lavish serves of bacon.

  • Stayed March 2012, travelled as a couple

Aaron from Oz, Freemantle, Australia

Overall: 80%

Great place great people!

We had a great stay at Four fields. They have everything you need and could want. The fresh air and horses are just a great treat. We would definitely come back. Thank you Felicity and Graham.

Ayron Rule, South Africa 2013/12/30

***** (5/5)

5 of 5 starsReviewed 14 February 2013

So close to Natures Valley. This charming family run accommodation is an excellent stopover or staying point ideally located on the Garden Route.
The breakfast, made fresh each morning by the owner was superb.
My only regret is that I had so little time there.
There are many tourist attractions within a short drive. Monkeyland, Elephant sanctuary, Whale and Dolphin watching cruises to name just a few.

  • Stayed September 2012, travelled as a couple

Sharif A, Edmonton, Canada

Reviewed January 12, 2012 (5 out of 5)

We felt so lucky to have found the self-catering cottage at Four Fields on our recent trip to South Africa. The cottage was very spacious, immaculate, and comfortable for four people, with a fully stocked kitchen and even a handmade swing in the backyard. Everything was so close - the beach in Nature's Valley, hiking in Tsitsikamma, Monkeyland, etc. And after spending the day on one adventure or another, it was wonderful to come home, make ourselves a quiet dinner, and eat outside on our beautiful private patio in the gardens. We loved the farmstand/dairy farm right across the street - we walked over for fresh milk, eggs, and produce and to watch them milk the cows. Graeme and Felicity were so helpful and accommodating, letting us use the laundry facilities and bringing us breakfast in our cottage when the dining room was full. Thank you!


Overall: 100%

Excellent quality and detail!

The quality and detail and level of service received at Four Fields B&B is absolutely excellent. I have recently stayed at a very good 5* hotel in Sun City (we all know which one we are referring to here) and the breakfast prepared at Four Fields far overshadowed that of any 5* hotel. I have then later had an accident while hiking on the Otter Trail and booked in again for 2 more days at Four Fields and was really assisted in all my needs during my stay. This is an excellent guest house and I can really recommend this to any person. The rates are also very, very good.

Linda Meyer, South Africa 2012/11/13

5 of 5 starsReviewed 21 December 2012

Four fields farm is in a great location in Natures Valley. We stayed two nights in a beautiful, spacious and simply decorated room. It was a restful and comfortable stay made special by Graham and Felicity who prepared a delicious breakfast and looked after us well. Wish we,d booked for longer.

Room Tip: The self catering option is a good idea if staying for a few days and is well equipped and spotless.
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  • Stayed December 2012, travelled as a couple

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