Jan Groenewald and his son, Johan, are currently the IMLA leader-farmers. Jan started farming in 1967, part of the third generation Groenewalds farming this land.
Johan came to the farm in 2005, and since then, a shared vision has developed between father and son, in partnership with their wives, family members and workforce involved in the farming operations. Maize, soya and sunflower are produced, with livestock comprising Bonsmara cattle and Merino sheep.
A grand sandstone house, dating from the late 1800s, has been beautifully restored and expanded to a modern guest house. Rooms have all been uniquely finished. Various accommodation options are available for single guests, couples, families and groups. Dinner, bed and breakfast or self-catering, the latter available in one unit. Our en suite rooms boast fire places for red or glühwein winter’s evenings.