We only spent one night at Morewag Guest Farm, arriving late in the day and leaving the next morning. There are some interesting succulents, characteristic of the Springbok area, on the granitic rocks and decomposing granite. We did not have time to explore extensively the surroundings. Note that the link to Morewag Guest Farm takes you to Safarinow.com. We are not advertising their services here, but Morewag Guest Farm does not have its own webpage and we found out about them on Safarinow.com .
The cottage is very large, with at least 2 rooms – a very large dining/living room area and a large kitchen. There was no heating in the cottage so it was a bit cold, but our bed had a much-appreciated electric heating pad. As with most farms, the owner lives nearby but not right next to the cottages that are rented out, so there is a fair amount of privacy. Upon arrival the owner greeted us and answered all our questions. He told us we were welcome to walk around and explore. Unfortunately we arrived late and we only booked one night at this farm. The next day we left early so we did not have much time to explore. This is a quiet area to spend at least a couple of nights. The farm is not far from Springbok. In fact, the night we stayed there we went to a restaurant for dinner in Springbok.
A smaller cottage/cabin was under construction while we were there.
The scenic granite hillsides looked very green and the succulents looked good, having received enough winter rain to hydrate. There were many shrubby Euphorbia mauritanica or a similar species.
We did a bit of exploring the afternoon we arrived and a bit more in early morning before departing.