Klipkraal Guest Farm (Gasteplaas) provides a variety of self catering accommodation in the Heidelberg area, close to the Vaal Dam in Southern Gauteng. Set snug in amongst the hills of the Suikerbosrand, Klipkraal Guest Farm offers the perfect sanctuary fr
Nestled at the foot of the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve your hosts Slappie and Margaret du Plessis look forward to welcome you to Hoep-Hoep Farmstay. Situated only 5km from the picturesque town of Heidelberg...
The Stone Cellar provides self catering or bed & breakfast accommodation. The old-style farmhouse is perfectly suited for that big family get together.
Guest Farm is nestled in the beautiful Suikerbosrand hills and borders on the Suikerbos river. Sleep peacefully in a 6 sleeper or 4 sleeper house. We also have various 2 sleepers.
Situated in Heidelberg, Bri-Shel Manor is an unique 4 star establishment offering luxurious accommodation fully equipped with free wifi, amenities, dstv, splendid linen, aircon and electric under blankets.
Towers Lodge provides both self catering accommodation and bed and breakfast accommodation in the Germiston area on the Johannesburg East Rand, Gauteng. Situated in Elspark, on the border of Germiston & Boksburg, in a safe, up market suburb next to the N1
Angelica Guesthouse provides accommodation on a bed and breakfast and self catering basis in Boksburg on the Johannesburg East Rand. We are situated in Libradene, a quiet suburb of Boksburg about 13kms from OR Tambo Airport. We are just off the N17 Freewa
Marle' Lodge has 11 double en-suite rooms all beautifully finished in matching African theme. Two of the rooms have an inter-leading door to cater for families who wish to stay together. All rooms have 53 cm colour TVs with dstv. Five of...
Erica Lodge is a well established Guest house situated in Alberton. We are 5 min from Alrode, Wadeville and Rand Airport. Easy access to N3 Freeway and 15 min from OR Tambo International Airport. We are also a 20 minute drive from exciting tourist...
Situated just 40 kms southeast of Johannesburg along the N3 Highway that leads to Durban lies the small historic town of Heidelberg. The town is situated below the hills of the 13300 ha Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve, which has some excellent hiking trails, where one can expect see baboon and a number of antelope.
During the first War of Independence Heidelberg served as the capital of the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek from 1880 to 1883 under the triumverate of Paul Kruger, P.Joubert and MW Pretorius. Heidelberg was laid out around a trading store in 1862 and named after the German town. It sits at the crossroads of two old wagon trails, that from Pretoria to Bloemfontein and the trail from Potchefstroom and Durban. The old railway station, built in 1895, has now been converted into motor museum. The town's architecture is Victorian, and there are many fine examples to be seen including the Heidelberg Club, built in 1892. The Diepkloof Farm Museum located in Suikerbosrand includes the original farmhouse built in 1850.