Outeniqua Moon Percheron Stud and Guest Farm is home to the Heavy Draft Horse Foundation NPC - a conservation project to protect the Percheron’s future existence on earth.
Come and experience the magical Percheron horses. These heavy draft horses, fondly named the ‘Gentle Giants’, belong to a lost world and are becoming increasingly endangered, in fact, they are rarer than rhinos.
Day visitors are welcome and BOOKING IS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL.
A scenic carriage ride amidst fynbos on the farm to the Viewpoint, followed by an educational tour around the Percherons, takes place daily at 10am and 2pm – weather permitting. You will get the opportunity to sit on the biggest horse in South Africa, born and bred on our Stud Farm. Day visitors can make use of our hiking / mountain bike trail at a nominal fee – a Day Visitor Package which also includes being able to picnic or braai and make use of our swimming pool, is also available – visit our website www.outeniquamoon.co.za for further information and the applicable rates.
Our self catering accommodation has been accredited by the Garden Route Guest House Guild and is rated as Comfort / Luxury, being the equivalent of 4 stars. The farm-style colonial accommodation is spacious, even if you don’t leave your room you will have a holiday. All the suites have separate entrances and private verandas.
The living areas in all the suites include a lounge with a flat screen TV and a dining area. King size and single beds are available in all the bedrooms and the Honeymoon Suite has a four poster queen size bed. Each en suite bathroom has a separate shower and a Victorian Slipper Bath. The kitchenettes are equipped with an oven with two plate hobs, a microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster and all the necessary kitchen utensils. Each suite has a braai (barbeque) area with a grid and wood is available at a nominal charge. Breakfast and dinner are available by prior arrangement.
We are child-friendly and also cater for weddings and children’s parties.
Pets are welcome by prior arrangement.
AddressR328 (the road from Mosselbay to Oudtshoorn), on the Leeukloof/Kleinbrak road.
Telephone002776 629 2213