Harrismith : Accommodation, Activities, Restaurants & Points Of Interest
Harrismith is a town steeped in history with many battlefields, cemeteries and historic monuments dating back to the Anglo Boer War. A 250 million year old 33m fossilised tree, can be found in the Deborah Retief Garden next to the Harrismith Town Hall.
The nearby Sterkfontein Dam Nature Reserve is a yachtsman's paradise due to the prevailing winds in the area. Harrismith is an ideal place from which to explore the scenic countryside and return to the comfortable accommodation available both in the town and surrounding area.
Harrismith was named in honour of the British Governor Sir Harry Smith. It's location was chosen for its strategic position as the halfway point between Johannesburg and Durban, and because ofÂ its direct access to Bloemfontein and the Cape.
- Sterkfontein Dam Nature Reserve (21.86km)
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- Bed & Breakfast/ Guest House/ Guest Lodge
- Guest Farm
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- Bush Lodge (Self Catering) (GAME NEARBY)
- Self Catering Chalet/ Townhouse
- Self Catering Cottage/ House/ Bungalow
Special Accommodation Categories
- 4x4/Quad/Bike Trails
- Conference Venues
- Fresh-water Fishing
- Pets Allowed
- Sleeps 10 or More
- Wedding Venues
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- Fly Fishing
- Horse Riding
- Stand Up Paddle