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.
We offer you four-star luxury accommodation in our privately owned guest house in the heart of central South Africa.
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.
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 ...
Situated in Bloemfontein in the suburb Quaggafontein, close to the N1 and N8, De Stallen offers unique quality self catering accommodation facilities.
Set in a quiet,shady garden in the northern suburbs of Bloemfontein, close to shopping center, take away, eating places, medical facilities and schools.
De Witt'e Gastehuis is a stately, thatched guest house, situated in a quiet area in the Northern part of Bloemfontein. It offers tranquil, quality accommodation with its stylish rooms and a swimming pool for those hot summer days.
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...
Situated within 12 hours driving distance by car from anywhere in the country, the Free States' capital city of Bloemfontein is South Africa's geographical centre as well as its judicial capital.
Settled in 1840 by the Brits Family at the site of a natural spring, Bloemfontein, meaning "flower fountain", was sold in 1846 to Major Warden who established himself as British Resident in the Territory. Evicted by the Voortrekkers, he was reinstated after the British were victorious in a battle led by Sir Harry Smith. Bloemfontein was later "given back" to the Boers, the British having decided they had no further use for the settlement.
The town's architecture reflects this struggle for supremacy between the two nations. The Queen's Fort now known as Bloemfontein Fort was built by Major Warden and houses a Military Museum. The Women's War Memorial commemorates the women and children who perished in the Boer Concentration Camps during The Anglo Boer War.
Bloemfontein's water front houses a charming array of interesting shops, restaurants and cafes which will tempt and delight its visitors.