The lodge, nestled below massive sandstone cliffs, consists of a beautifully renovated double storey English Cottage with four charming en suite bedrooms and a majestic, renovated sandstone farmhouse with 5 comfortable en-suite bedrooms and huge ...
Located 15km from Fouriesburg, with a view of the majestic Maluti mountains, lies the picturesque Middenrif Guest Farm. The house is a fully equipped, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms self-catering farm house. The kitchen and bathrooms are equipped with modern day
Come and experience the crisp clean air of the Eastern Free State in the relaxed atmosphere of The Old Country House and Cottage in the heart of Fouriesburg. Spend the evening with friend and family in front of the coal stove and greet the morning sunrise
Discover and enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the Eastern Free State Mountains, close to the Lesotho border. Mont Plaisir offers luxurious self-catering accommodation...
Camelroc sits between the two Caledon rivers, close to Caledonspoort border post. Its a good base from which to explore Eastern Free State as well as Lesotho. 6 chalets sleeps 8, 6, 2. Hikers Cabin sleeps 16 Main home has three rooms sleeps 6.
Situated between the slopes of the Imperani Mountains and the west banks of the Caledon River, Ficksburg, with its tree lined avenues and magnificent sand-stone buildings gives off an atmosphere of lazy ambience.
The entry point from South Africa to Lesotho, Ficksburg, founded in 1867, was named after Commandant General J Fick.
The museum located in the town square features exhibitions of the history of the town, its founder, the sand stone architectural culture and the cherry industry.
With its rich soils and abundant water, Ficksburg is a wonderful farming area. It is situated in the wheat belt of the Free State and is renowned for its Cherry industry. A cherry festival is held here each November.
Numerous examples of San Art can be found in the Ficksburg surrounds and water sport activities can be enjoyed on the Nelspruit Dam. Hiking and Mountain Bike Trails are offered in the area as is mountain climbing.
A rare collection of restored carriages and wagons can be viewed in the Dunoon Museum a mere 15 kilometres from Ficksburg.