defines our relations with one another
and our community.
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The buildings and gardens of FARMHOUSE58 are part of its farming history,
repurposed and refurbished for true luxury
declining the culture of excess
appreciating beauty in the simple, impermanent, imperfect and incomplete nature of all things.
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Working with produce from our regenerative gardens and local artisinal suppliers
we create balanced combinations
served in the Shed, the Lapa, Joe's Boma
or by special arrangement
under the trees or the stars.
We hold in delicate balance the epicurean pleasure and health of our guests.
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Wellbeing is the seat of our search for connection and appreciation.
Its achievement lies in our embrace of the diverse tools nature provides
through others, plants, earth and sky
the physical and the incorporeal in sympathy.
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We encourage experiences that engage nature, promote connection and facilitate introspection
through exertion, conversation, stillness, the senses
and conscious presence.
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FARMHOUSE58 inspires guests with a selection of international and local art
curated by the NIROX Foundation
alongside objects and plants collectively foraged from the land.
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eric bourret (fr), 2015, traces of fire cradle of humankind
Farming with nature
to create a farm in the veld.
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An enriched life in nature.
FARMHOUSE58 is the first of several diverse developments planned for the Kromdraai Valley
in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, on the outskirts of Johannesburg and Pretoria.
Set in ancient natural and cultural context, with extensive regenerative farmlands providing fresh local produce, the repurposed farm buildings offer discreet luxury accommodation, dining, gathering and wellness facilities, enjoying the temperate highveld weather.
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