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
River Destiny Lodge is situated along the banks of the Orange River. Popular 20 luxury en-suite bedrooms or self-catering chalets with spectacular view. Camping, Conference & Recreation facilities. We also have camping sites & permanent tent
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.
Rietpoort Game and Guest Farm is situated 11km from Trompsburg which is on the n1 to cape town
Hillside Farm is a 4th generation working family farm situated in the Southern Free State. The main areas of the farming enterprise are Merino wool sheep and a Red Angus cattle stud...
The Barracks offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Colesberg in the Karoo in the Northern Cape. The Barracks (so named as the property was used as barracks during the Anglo-Boer War) was built in 1851 and substantially renovated in 2004. This original
Horse and Mill Guesthouse provides guests with bed and breakfast in Colesberg in the Karoo, Northern Cape. Enjoy true Karoo hospitality in the centre of South Africa. The Horse and Mill is a perfect stop-over between Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Johannesbur
The town of Philippolis lies 180 kilometres from Bloemfontein and 60 kilometres from the Gariep Dam, in the flat grassland prairie characteristic of this section of the Free State.
Philippolis's location on the original Great North Road, today's R717, was one of the reasons its founder, Reverend Dr John Philip, Superintendent of The London Missionary Society's Operations in South Africa, made the decision to establish a mission station here in 1823.
The narrow side streets of the town and many of the older buildings are a reminder of the early Griqua settlers who sold the town for 400 pounds to the Orange Free State in 1862, the same year in which the town attained municipal status.
The town's wealth of historical buildings, many of which have been declared National Monuments, reflect the status of Philippolis as the oldest town in The Free State.
Philippolis was the birthplace of award winning author, Sir Laurens Van der Post, whose father purchased a Victorian home here in 1906.
For the outdoor enthusiast and nature lover, Philippolis offers 4X4 Routes and hiking trails and Gariep Dam and Nature Reserve offers water sports and game viewing.