Vrede Accommodation

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Sleeps: 14 in 2 units/rooms

Little Long Creek

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Vrede

Little Long Creek. Very privately situated on a 2000ha Bonsmara stud cattle farm. The chalet sleeps 6 with two bathrooms d the adjacent rondavel for two persons. A 4x4 vehicle or bakkie is recommended.

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From R 450,00
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Sardaville Game and Holiday Ranch

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Warden

34.7km South East of center of Vrede

Early 1900's self-catering sand-stone manor house tucked away in the slopes of the hilly terrain boasting panoramic views and can accommodate up to 17 people sharing

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Ronderus Guest Farm

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Memel

42.8km South East of center of Vrede

Ronderus Guest Farm is situated in the North Eastern Freestate in the Memel district and close enough to Gauteng for the perfect weekend breakaway. It is also on the route to Durban. We had summer rainfall with cool summers and cold winters. Snow ...

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Sleeps: 21 in 2 units/rooms
From R 350,00
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Mahem Country Guest House

Guest House Accommodation in Memel

47.5km East of center of Vrede

MAHEM Guest House offers up-market luxury accommodation comprising 6 cosy en-suite bedrooms. Guests can relax in the spacious lounge-dining area equipped with a self-service bar with a fireplace for the cold winter evenings

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Vrede

Vrede

A cannon, transported here from Namibia and used during The Anglo Boer War, stands sentry in Vrede village square. This is a strange choice of monument for a settlement with a name meaning 'Peace'.

After a lengthy quarrel between the Voortrekkers as to its exact location, the scenic little town of Vrede was eventually established in 1867 and nestles in a valley 20 kilometres east of the N3, the main highway between Gauteng and Harrismith. The town serves a large and productive rural community.

On the outskirts of the town lies the Vrede Marina, a scenic recreational dam where anglers, power boat enthusiasts and water skiers often gather.

The Vrede townspeople erected a huge granite monument in 1938 to commemorate the ox wagon trek of 1838. Two war memorials can be viewed in front of the Dutch Reformed Church: A Burghers Memorial to fallen Boers and a Memorial Garden honouring British soldiers.

Visitors to Vrede will enjoy the relaxed charm of this beautiful little village in the north eastern corner of the Free State.