High Tea Johannesburg - Random Harvest Tea Garden & Nursery

Random Harvest’s Tea Garden is arguably the best venue for a High Tea Johannesburg has to offer its residents and visitors alike.

The High Tea tradition began somewhere in the middle of the 1700s in Britain and was usually served between 3 and 4pm to the working man, while standing or sitting upright on tall stools.

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Best things to do in Muldersdrift while staying at our Guest House

Random Harvest guest house in Muldersdrift offers you a comfortable 4-star getaway on our private farm.

We have a special interest in indigenous plants and have spent many hours in our gardens, filling them with some of South Africa’s most beautiful flora.

There are several things to do on our farm which are all aimed at making sure your stay is as peaceful as it gets.

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Family-friendly Guest House Accommodation in Muldersdrift

If you’re a parent looking for guest house accommodation in Muldersdrift, then Random Harvest is the perfect place for you.

Our farm style cottages are cosy, easy to access and will provide you and your little ones with all the comfort you need for a relaxing weekend away.

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Make your Valentine’s Day Special with Random Harvest

We are offering a fantastic Valentine’s Day special at our tranquil Muldersdrift bed & breakfast in the countryside.

This Valentine’s Day, book a private, secluded country cottage at Random Harvest for a deliciously indulgent midweek getaway, with the convenience of effortlessly slipping back into your daily routine. We are located a short 20 minutes from Johannesburg and 40 minutes from Pretoria. 

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Planning your wedding from out of town – Accommodation in Muldersdrift

Planning your wedding can be stressful and sometimes you just need to break away from it all. This is where Random Harvest steps in and offers you tranquil accommodation in Muldersdrift, away from the hustle and bustle so you can plan your wedding peacefully.

Random Harvest is a beautiful location which offers comfortable farm-style self-catering accommodation in Muldersdrift. It’s your home away from home.

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Season’s Greetings from our Accommodation in Muldersdrift

Random Harvest accommodation in Muldersdrift offers quality farm-style accommodation set among some of Gauteng’s loveliest landscapes.

Designed and built with nature lovers in mind, Random Harvest offers its guests the solitude that is regularly required, especially during the festive season.


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Guest house accommodation in Muldersdrift for nature lovers

Are you a lover of nature and looking for guest house accommodation in Muldersdrift?

Random Harvest's guesthouse in Muldersdrift offers 4-star accommodation for anyone who is looking for a home away from home, and recognises the benefits of being in nature.

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20 bird species worth staying at Random Harvest for

Bird watching is the quiet, recreational observation of birds, usually in their natural habitat. It can be done with the naked eye, through binoculars and telescopes, or by listening for bird sounds.

Here at Random Harvest Guest House Accommodation in Muldersdrift, we offer some of the finest bird watching in Johannesburg.

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Hiking Trails in Gauteng - Guesthouse Accommodation Muldersdrift

There is no shortage of hiking trails in Gauteng. In fact, some of the most beautiful hiking trails exist in the Gauteng area.

Although there may be the impression that one would have to travel for hours to find the best hiking trails in Gauteng due to the sheer size of the area, when staying with Random Harvest, hikers will not have to drive for longer than 40 minutes to enjoy the unique wilderness that hiking trails in Johannesburg have to offer.

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Are you looking for things to do in Magaliesberg?

The beautiful Magaliesberg mountain range is one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, even older than Mount Everest.

It is a World Heritage site and is believed to be millions of years old; at least half the age of the Earth itself. This mountain range is beautiful and is home to an abundance of fauna and flora.

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