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Map of road side farm stall

Our Farm Stall/Tea Garden opened for business on 19 March, 1999. The building is conveniently situated in amongst a plantation of shady blue gum trees bordering the R72 coastal tar road, at the South Seas gravel road (DR 2004) turn off.

Our main attraction for visitors and tourists in our stall remain the exceptionally large variety of delicious home made jams, marmalades, preserves, pickles, chutneys, mustards, etc (close to 200 different types) we display for sale on our shelves. A listing of these products can be found in a separate section of this home page. Our other most popular product at the stall is the pineapple juice we freshly extract ourselves on the premises, and which we offer for sale by the glass (icy cold), or in bottled and/or frozen form for taking away. Our pineapple juice is diabetic friendly and does not contain any preservatives or sugar at all, which makes it all the more popular with those who are health conscious.. Apart from offering freshly harvested pineapples for sale all year around, we also offer some other fresh fruit vegetable produce in season, on a small scale. In addition, we stock an interesting range of sun dried fruits and nuts, genuine free range eggs, salted butter, biltong, droŽ wors, snacks, etc. A variety of home arts & crafts, e.g. cloth floor mats, tablecloths, african basket ware, wooden bird feeders and drinkers, wooden picnic tables, curios, etc. are also offered for sale at the stall.

On the Tea Garden side, our popular and much commented on specialities are our own fresh home baked scones & health bran muffins, served with real cream, farm butter, cheese and jam. A variety of 8 different types of hand made meat pie is usually kept in stock, and toasted sandwiches made as the occasion demands. We also offer fresh filter coffee, teas and assorted beverages.

Interested in home made jams, preserves or chilli chutneys ?

To find out more - click on a jar below.

Inside farm stall