Situated in Bloemfontein in the suburb Quaggafontein, close to the N1 and N8, De Stallen offers unique quality self catering accommodation facilities.
A Bed Away offers modern, spacious accommodation with a warm atmosphere where you'll feel at home! We offer a welcome break as well as a comfortable stay in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere for people traveling for business or pleasure and can ...
We are proud to be one of the first established Guesthouses in Bloemfontein, SINCE 1993. We can accommodate from VIP persons to business travellers, families, small/large groups and even long term accommodation needs.
We offer you four-star luxury accommodation in our privately owned guest house in the heart of central South Africa.
Come and experience real comfort and hospitality at Janmar Guest House in Bloemfontein. Janmar was awarded three stars, by the South African Tourism Council, for its excellent service and homely atmosphere. We pride ourselves on being attentive...
34 @ Dapper offers modern self-catering units were you will feel at home! Our units are modern, affordable and very clean and neat. We offer a friendly and relaxed atmosphere for any occasion. Suitable for long or short stays.
Dante Deo Guest House Modern doublestory house on one hectar land in Bloemfontein with large indoor and outdoor areas suitable for functions, conferences, meetings , group activities and overnight facilities.
Altissimo Bed & Breakfast Guesthouse in Rayton pride ourselves in giving you quality facilities and service of the highest standard.Situated on the outskirts of Bloemfontein, Altissimo overlook the quiet Lilyvale Valley.
This homely thatched residence with separate thatched cottage boasts a manicured sub-tropical garden and views of Naval Hill. Cherry Tree cottage's accommodation comprises 3 Garden rooms and 2 cottage rooms.
Allegro Guest House offers guests beautiful rooms in the suburb of Bayswater in Bloemfontein.
Kwaggafontein is a small town in the Cultural Heartlands region of Mpumalanga in South Africa. The Cultural Heartlands is often referred to as Lanatus country because of the Encephalartos Lanatus, a species of Cycad (some are more than 4 000 years old), which is endemic to the catchment area of the Olifants River, where it grows wild. There are many wild flowers like Arum Lilies which transform the area into a magical garden during summer. This region is also known for its abundant mining and farming, and offers agricultural tours to working farms and industrial tours to the collieries and steel manufacturing plants. History enthusiasts will enjoy the Boer War Route leading through the area. There are plenty of fascinating relics from this period to look at. The Cultural Heartlands also immerses visitors in the colourful Ndebele culture. These people are famous for their vibrant house painting, bead work and crafts, all of which are on display at cultural villages in the region. Visit more of these colourful villages such as Matibidi, Waterval and Twoline. Here community tourism is on the rise, allowing visitors to enjoy authentic South African rural life. Stop by the village of Botshabelo, where the Bible was translated for the first time from English into Ndebele.
Although a small town, Kwaggafontein offers visitors a range of activites to do in and around the area, from hiking to bird watching.There are a few restaurants on offer to suit every visitors budget.