La Motte B&B is a 100-plus year old renovated and meticulously maintained farmstead built from local sandstone typical of the picturesque Eastern Free State. Our five en suite rooms - sleeping maximum 14 persons - radiate the old world charm in this
Loch Athlone provides the perfect self catering overnight accommodation in Bethlehem in the Free State. We offer 8 x 1 and 2 bedroom chalets, with DStv (guesthouse channels). All our rooms are equipped with warm blankets and heaters for our cold winters.
Welcome to Aspen Guest House! Our motto, "We are different", is reflected in our locality, the views on and from the property the design of our rooms, the services we offer and your hostess.
JessHil is a quaint, self catering sandstone cottage in the picturesque town of Clarens. Clarens is well known as the Jewel of the Free State. JessHil comfortably sleeps 4 guests in two bedrooms with queen beds.
All rooms open onto a veranda from a private entrance, with luxurious bathrooms. We proud ourselves with the quality of our furnishings and linen and offer a deluxe hospitality tray in each room, which include sherry, homemade rusks and biscuits...
Titanic View is a self catering establishment situated in Clarens, with beautiful rooms viewing the surrounding mountains and only a mere five-minute walk from the Village Square. There are 3 cottages and 1 main house available. Whole Titanic View Self Ca
Arrarat is a newly built property situated in the stunning, Clarens Golf and Trout Estate, completed 2nd June 2016. The self-catering unit accommodates up to six guests with unobstructed views overlooking the golf course, fishing lake and Clarens.
Paddocks Six is a brand new home in a new development still in progress. It is situated in the Swartland in Clarens.
The house was beautifully built about 5 years ago by a genuine master builder, Carlo Di Mezza, a Clarens local taught this craft by his Italian father. The style of the house is modern "Free State vernacular".
Bethlehem, Promised Land of the devout Free State settlers, who founded the town in 1864 in a valley watered by the Jordaan River and overlooked by the Maluti Mountains. The Voortrekkers built their town using sandstone hewn from the surrounding cliffs, creating a legacy of outstanding craftsmanship, enduring monuments to their faith.
These early conservationists had the foresight to leave the land along the banks of the river untouched and today, Bethlehem encompasses two unspoilt nature reserves: Pretoriuskloof Nature Reserve & Bird Sanctuary in the town, and Wolhuterskop Game and Nature Reserve on the outskirts.
Of major agricultural import, the Bethlehem District is South Africa's largest exporter of roses and currently produces over 50% of the country's wheat crop.
A wide range of recreational facilities can be enjoyed in Bethlehem: from scuba diving and yachting on Loch Athlone ; cycling, hiking and horse riding in the nature reserves; to gliding and skydiving in Bethlehem's skies. One of the local museums even exhibits a steam train.
To relax, experience a tantalising taste of life in early Mississippi by patronising the charming floating restaurant, housed aboard a replica of a Union Ocean Liner.