A Review of Mount Park Farm.
I had the privilege of flying home to (South Africa ) and had forgotten how beautiful and diverse it was. The last time I was home it was for a funeral and the time before that was unfortunately also for a funeral for both of my parents…..
This time was different, it was to celebrate my brother and now sister getting married. It was an amazing day and one that I won’t forget, was super chuffed to be a part of their special day. You’re probably wondering when I am getting to the review😉 I’ll get there eventually so much going through my head at 35000 feet above the ground not to mention lack of sleep!! reason being well, all good things have to come to an end😕 Don’t they? 😆
After the wedding the plan was to head to the honey moon destination ,yes I went as well but ….I had pre booked from the lovely Sally and dapper Ian. Who might I add were very accommodating when I emailed them from Ireland realising that I had no way of paying the deposit until I arrived (Thank you very much Sally) 😆 the caravan I had chosen was far away from the newly weds , it was absolutely lovely. I was really surprised at what I got for the price I paid?.? It was truly worth every penny. The newly weds where also well pleased. We got to meet up and have braais every day for the non South Africans (BBQs). I managed to get up early to the summit or pass one of the days and look down at some amazing scenery.pictures below ⬇⬇⬇⬇
Mount Park Farm was originally a hotel with the basic essentials and what Sally and Ian are doing is totally remarkable they’re mixing the camping lifestyle with a bit of class, I mean where in this day and age do you get top class self catering with the added bonus of cleaners coming in to make your bed and make sure your towels are clean and that all the effort of camping is made much more pleasurable?..Mount Park guest farm lodge check out the link here ➡The amazing Mount Park Lodge⬅ They also have plans to renovate a few more caravans that have and add a few extra amenities on because the mountains can get really cold in winter and who really wants to walk to the ablution block when it’s raining or freezing cold out there?
I hope to go back next year if possible but who knows what is going to happen from now until then? Best wishes and the utmost thanks to Ian and Sally for your amazing ability to make people feel like your lodge is like home away from home and I wish you all the best for the future what you have is a rough gem which you have given a great shine to.👍