Ramino Guest Farm provides authentic working farm accommodation near Hanover in the Northern Cape. Stay on a room-only basis with the option of breakfast and dinner to suit your needs. Ramino Guest Farm is the perfect stop over between Cape Town and Johan
Gariep Gardens Guest House is situated in the Gariep Dam holiday village and is approximately half way between CT and Johannesburg and only a 5 minute drive from the N1 Highway. It is the ideal place to break your journey and enjoy the most beautiful
Angela's Guest Lodge is ideally suited for the weary traveler wanting to break their long and tiresome journey or alternatively for the guest who wants to spend some extra days enjoying all that the Karoo and Gariep Dam area has to offer...
Rose Cottage at Gariep Dam is a self catering complex that is situated half-way between Johannesburg and Cape Town. It is an ideal pit-stop for the weary guest simply wanting to break their journey...
Adamsiew offers Luxury self catering accommodation with breathtaking views over Gariep Dam. Situated halfway between Johannesburg and Cape Town you will find Adamsview 5 km from the N1 close to Colesberg.
Graaff-Reinet Accommodation - Welcome to the Gem of the Karoo - Graaff Reinet. Get back to nature. Visit our national park and view the stunning array of game species visible in the Camdeboo National Park in Graaff-Reinet.
Guests can experience the peace and tranquility this guesthouse offers in one of our 8 stylishly furnished en-suite bedrooms, each with private entrances and safe parking. Relax at the pool over a sundowner if you do not want to take a drive to ...
Come and enjoy the comfort, peace and tranquillity of Aan die Oewer Guest House's exquisite 3-star facilities and top-class service. Aan-die-Oewer Guest House offers their guests either Bed & Breakfast or Self Catering Accommodation in Graaff Reinet...
Four rustic furnished tents provide a relaxed nature experience. Each tent sleeps two people and has a braai unit, fridge, table and two chairs. Bedding and towels are provided. There is a communal kitchen equipped with stove plates, cooking and eating ut
Fifteen caravan or tent sites are situated beneath thorn trees on a gravel substrate. Each site has a braai unit and powerpoint. A communal kitchen provides deep freeze, stove top and microwave facilities while the communal ablutions have showers, toilets
OppiRantje is in the Upper Karoo in Orania. It is a luxury well-equipped self-catering apartment with two rooms, one with double bed and the other with two single beds. Lounge-dining room with premium DSTV. WiFi is free and fast. Kitchenette. Bathroom wit
Lushof Lodge in Gariepdam offers Guest Farm Accommodation.2,3km off the N1; 180km South of Bloemfontein; 55km North of Colesburg; 22km North of Gariep Dam and 30km South of Springfontein.. We offer safe accommodation with plenty of open spaces wher
Desert Dew Guesthouse provides travelers with the option of bed and breakfast or self catering accommodation near Three Sisters in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Total accommodation sleeps 36 people. Located on the Modderfontein farm, situated in the Victoria
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Die Pophuis Hoekie provides authentic self catering cottages in Victoria West in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Our self catering accommodation consists of 7 owner-managed, air conditioned, restored Karoo cottages and 3 en suite units - fully walled and bright
Gamamadi Guest Farm offers self catering accommodation near Three Sisters in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Three Sisters, while a small dot on the map is a significant location for many travelling on the N1 between Johannesburg and Cape Town and a popular sto
The Aberdeen Pagel house has a beautiful, spacious and tranquil garden for guests to enjoy. The gardens are luscious and green, watered by the old, leading water (leiwater) farrows running through the property. Guests will enjoy the array of birds that vi
Hanover is a small town situated in the far southeastern portion of the Northern Cape known as the Great Karoo. The town was established in 1854 on farmland purchased from a farmer named Gous, who requested that the town be named after his ancestor from Germany. When the first houses were built they were compelled to be built directly on the edge of the main road with their gardens at the rear. Owners had to pay a shilling a year tax for the privilege of having a stoep at the front of the house encroaching the road – this tax is still imposed to this day.
Hanover is situated on the N1 main highway between Johannesburg and the Western Cape, and as such provides an excellent stopover for travelers between these two regions. The town has been getting its water from a spring known as The Eye – a spring which has never been known to fail. A good view of the town and its surroundings can be seen from the top of Trappies Kop, a local koppie.