Kilmorna Manor, surrounded by unspoiled bush, is home to a wide variety of plant life from ancient gnarled trees to endangered cycads as well as fields of magnificent indigenous wild flowers. Sightings of soaring crowned eagles to darting brown hooded kingfishers abound.
The lush sub-tropical garden, which is home to a wide variety of bird life, including the elusive Narina Trogon. Knysna and purple crested loeries grace the indigenous gardens as well as sunbirds that can be seen darting through the trees and aloes which line the stream flowing through our garden
Take a gentle stroll through the grasslands, or for the more adventurous, a walk up mountain paths for the most spectacular view of the Schoemanskloof Valley. And for those who just want to relax – enjoy a sundowner on the deck of the rim flow pool and watch the zebra, impala, waterbuck or kudu graze a few meters away.