B A R I S
farm •guesthouse • goats cheese • monger • gardens
The old sandstone milking parlour was recently converted into four luxurious self-catering units. It has spectacular views of the lavish green gardens and offers hiking trails with breath-taking scenery and views of the valley. It features individual braai's, covered parking and much more!
Goat's cheese. Soft and fresh, aged and stinky, we love them all. The ancient tradition of making cheese is such a humble and wonderful way of preserving the goodness of milk. All our cheeses are made with 100% goats milk.
On the 30th of March 2019 we had the privilege to attend the SA National Dairy Championships Qualité Dinner in Cape Town. We were extremely honored to receive SA Champoin status for our Vliedermaus.
We are very proud of our 2019 results:
Vliedermaus was awarded 1st place.
Camembert was awarded 2nd place.
Halloumi was awarded 3rd place.
Baris Monger is OPEN.
Visit us Monday-Saturday from 10:00 - 15:30.
Closed on Sundays
Please note that long weekends are very busy in Clarens and surrounds. We do recommend that you make a reservation to avoid disappointment. The next long weekend is Easter, 19-22 April. We are closed on Good Friday, but will be OPEN on Saturday the 20th and Monday the 22nd.
For more information contact:
Estee: 073 048 5785 or email@example.com
If you didn’t know…we established a tasting room on the farm in order to showcase or delicious cheese. The deli-esque monger offers cheese tastings, platters, cheese and wine pairings, a vatiety of cheese, coffee, wine, crepes and more.
Gardening is of great importance at Baris, The lush green lawns and big trees have been established over the last three decades. Of late, there was an intense desire to expand the old vegetable patch into a spectacular formal edible garden.
Despite the heat, the summer of '18-‘19 produced a significant harvest of fruit and vegetables. At Baris Monger you can find some of the preserved goodness like tomato chili chutney, gooseberry jam, slow roasted cherry tomatoes and much more.
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