Categories:Attractions (Off the Beaten Track) and Tourist Attractions
Special Categories:Arts & Crafts, Family Entertainment, Farm Stalls & Markets, Picnic, and Wheelchair Friendly
Imhoff Farm is on a busy tourist route, the farmstead has evolved into Imhoff Farm, a commercial hub with old-world charm.The homestead now houses the Blue Water Café while the stables, silo, smithy, slave quarters and milking sheds are occupied by local artists and interesting craft, furniture and food shops. Present owners (since 1912) the Van der Horst family are committed to maintaining the “country farm” atmosphere, providing an excellent “one stop” venue for visitors to the Cape Point Route.
A warm, country welcome to Imhoff Farm!
Our historical Cape farmstead offers something special for everyone in your family to enjoy. It’s old world, yet original; beautifully situated, yet full of fun; tranquil, yet on the busy tourist route to Cape Point.
Equally popular with locals and far-flung visitors, this spot in the country provides a wealth of activities in which to indulge.
Stunning views, first-rate food, organic produce, unique shops, beach rides and animal encounters are just some of the many experiences on offer.
The Farm is open seven days a week with ample, safe parking available. But do browse through the different facilities and activities highlighted on this website, prior to your arrival. Each one is independently owned and operated and has at least one page dedicated to it here. This is also where you’ll find useful information such as opening times and contact details for enquiries about prices, bookings and so on.
We have recently been featured on the Africa Travel Channel with a short video which shows you a little bit of what you can expect when you visit us here at Imhoff Farm. Not all the shops and activities are displayed in the video but by watching it you will get a great sense of what we have to offer here at Imhoff Farm, it’s a great destination for families and we look forward to welcoming you.
From Hout Bay
Take Chapman’s Peak Drive (when open), through Noordhoek (M6). Turn right at the t-junction, then drive straight through the first set of traffic lights (robot intersection). You will pass Sun Valley Mall on your right. At the next robot intersection, turn right onto Kommetjie Road (M65). After a further 7km (before Kommetjie), turn right into Imhoff Farm at the robot intersection (opposite Ocean View).
From Southern Suburbs Drive
Over the mountain via Ou Kaapse Road (M64). You will pass Silvermine Drive on your right and then enter Sun Valley. Pass the shopping mall (on your right) as you drive through the first robot intersection and then turn right at the second robot intersection, onto Kommetjie Road (M65). After a further 7km (before Kommetjie), turn right into Imhoff Farm at the robot intersection (opposite Ocean View).