established in 1912
Oribi Gorge Guest Farm dates back to 1912, where current owner Paul Langton's great-grandfather began farming on Siyanda Farms at the turn of last century. Paul and his siblings, as well as his father before him have many fond memories of growing up in some of the most spectacular scenery South African has to offer. Hours spent exploring the Gorge, learning about the local wildlife, and tracing the Mzimkulwana River will forever be part of this family's history.
Shuttleworth House, now one of the self-catering cottages on offer at Oribi Gorge Guest Farm, was the Langton's original farm home, and much of the period furniture pieces are reminiscent of how things have always been.
Through the generations, the farm has transitioned from eggs and butter; to dairy; to wattle plantations; and now to sugar cane and Macadamias, and continues to flourish under the leadership of Paul, along with his wife Leigh and their three daughters.
Oribi Gorge Guest Farm has become synonymous with tranquillity, beauty and the kind of rest one can only find in unplugging from a fast-paced lifestyle and getting away from it all. Come and share our our unspoiled piece of heaven.
We look forward to your stay.