Tucked away in the fields of the South African landscape and just far enough away from the city, is a serene, secret paradise. Farm life and astounding natural beauty is a place so breathtaking even god has a window.
Hidden in a wide valley basin between the agricultural towns of Swellendam and Ashton, sits a shimmering sculpture of glass and concrete flanked by verdant hills and the imposing ever changing peaks of the Langeberg Mountain range. This is Gods kitchen.
Across the courtyard are two luxurious guest suites that function as exceptional boutique style accommodation for a maximum of 6 guests. Beyond the courtyard and the inviting 16-metre-long solar heated pool, across the vast, rolling lawn lies a lush, forested kloof rising up dramatically to form a cleft in the mountainside, this is where you will see Gods Window.
The property is located on the R60 in the heart of the Overberg. This makes Gods Window the perfect luxury headquarters from which to explore the area.
A small Arabian stud and a champion English pointer live side by side with mountain leopard, small game and a lively family of baboons. Keen riders can explore the nearby surroundings in Arabian style. For the more adventurous there is a 4-hour walk through the most diverse fynbos, up the mountain to the ledge of Gods window.