The Fat Mulberry Guesthouse is on the doorstep of the farming town of Fouriesburg with its beautiful sandstone buildings, local shops and restaurants & an art gallery.
Situated just a few kilometers from the Caledenspoort border post, The Fat Mulberry is the ideal base from which to explore Lesotho or stop off on your way to AfriSki.
Clarens, with its bustling village square lined with speciality shops, restaurants & eateries, is a scenic 30-minute drive away.
The Clarens - Fouriesburg Road is considered one of the top 10 biking routes in South Africa and has spectacular sweeping views that are a photographer's dream.
Cyclist also enjoy its challenging hills.
On the other side of Clarens and is the Ash River outfall where you can enjoy white water rafting.
To the east is Golden Gate National Park with is spectacular sandstone cliffs and walks.
Ficksburg is about 50km south of Fouriesburg and Cafe Chocolate is well worth a visit.
The Cherry Festival is held in the area in November of each year.
If you carry on south from Ficksburg to Clocolan, The Cabin Farmstall and Constantia Cherry Farmstall are well worth a visit.
We are lucky enough to have four cheese farms in the area.
La Fromagerie @ Jackal’s Hill Fromage is close to Fouriesburg, their turn off on the Fouriesburg - Bethlehem road.
Udder delight on the farm Willowbend which is half way to Bethlehem.
Baris Monger and Noah's are past Clarens, on the road to Bethlehem.
Baris, close to the tar road & Noah's at the end of a scenic 6 km dust road.
At La Fromagerie you can enjoy artisan cheeses served with a taste of farm life and beautiful views
Udder Delight makes craft cheeses from the milk of their own goats, cows and sheep. The Udder Place is their restuarant and they also handcraft a range of goat's milk soaps - Cleo's Milch.
Baris Monger makes goats cheese and has a lovely little restuarant overlooking their bountiful vegetable garden.
The cheese tasting platter at Noah's Cheese is served at their restuarant and comes with a talk on all their different jersey milk cheeses.