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In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Little Eden was just a picnic spot for families and lovebirds that wanted to enjoy the tranquil environment.
In the mid 1980s, the Goudvis family bought the farm and started developing the Resort.
The first Chalets that were built on the farm were Chalet 10, 11 and 12, thereafter they constructed Chalets 1 to 20, but excluded number 13. Grandmother Goudvis believed that the number 13 could bring ‘bad luck’ to the Resort.
In the early 1990’s, Chalet 14 and 15 burned down due to a lightning strike during a storm. They later rebuilt these units but re-numbered them to Chalet 13 and 14, which is why the Resort only has Chalets numbered from 1 to 19.
Did you know that Little Eden has a Kiosk? Here are a few of the things that we stock in our Kiosk, for your convenience:
Cold drinks | Water | Tea | Coffee | Slushies | Crisps | Sweets | Chocolates | Ice Cream | Ice | Freshly Baked Bread Daily | Airtime | and much more!
Kiosk Takeaways: Delicious Pizzas | Breakfast Rolls | Sandwiches | Hotdogs | Little Eden Breakfast | Slap Chips | Russian and Chips | Plain Vetkoek | Vetkoek and Mince | Assorted Toasted Sandwiches
For more information on our Kiosk and what we stock send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org