African Footprints Lodge offers comfortable and stylish accommodation situated in Bloemfontein. It is close to many shops, restaurants and...
African Footprints Lodge offers comfortable and stylish accommodation situated in Bloemfontein. It is close to many shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities.
There are 11 en-suite guest rooms available with a chic African theme, as well as a large dormitory room on request. All the rooms have private entrances, tea and coffee-making facilities, TVs with DStv access and air-conditioning. Breakfast can be arranged on request, at extra cost.
Conferencing facilities are provided for up to 124 delegates, it can also be transformed to suite any occasion. Facilities at the lodge include braai facilities, a swimming pool and secure on-site parking.
We have a lot of recreation and activities nearby the establishment.
These are a few of the historical buildings of Bloemfontein;
The National Afrikaans Literature Museum, Old Presidency, Twin-spire Church, Anglican Cathedral, Maphikela House, Digareteneng Houses, Appeal Court, Supreme Court, Fourth Raadsaal, Lebohang Building,Provincial Government Building, Bram Fischer Building ,City Hall, Bloemfontein Public Library.
The Museums are;
Freshford House Museum,The National Museum, National Women’s Memorial & Anglo Boer War Museum, First Raadsaal Museum, Wagon Museum, Oliewenhuis Art Museum, Queen’s Fort Military Museum, Choet Visser Rugby Museum, Special Service Battalion Museum, SA Armour Museum, Free State Agricultural Museum.
There are also Parks nearby, such as Naval Hill (Nelson Mandela statue) which is an extremely popular hill providing excellent view of the town and the Franklin Game Reserve forms part of the hill. Nelson Mandela Statue.
State President Swart Park, the facilities at this park form the focal point for international and national sports activities. This includes a rugby stadium (where soccer matches are also played), as well as a cricket stadium, athletics stadium and tennis courts.
King’s Park, Bloemfontein is fondly known as the “City of roses” and more than 4 000 rose trees have been planted in the rose garden at King’s Park, which was opened in 1925 by the Prince of Wales, Eduard VIII.
Other attractions are Boyden Observatory, Bloemfontein Zoo, Modenso Park Model Steam Trains, Maselspoort Resort, Windmill Casino, Free State National Botanical Garden, Lock Logan Waterfront, King’s Park Arts and Craft Market, Boeremark (Farmers’ Market) as well as clubs, restaurants, pubs and cinemas and township tours.
Last but not least, stadium and parks such as, Chevrolet Park which is home ground of the Chevrolet Knights and is situated in the heart of the Free State Chevrolet Park is situated at Kings Way, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa.
Free State Stadium (Vodacom Park) has a seating capacity of 46 000 is a situated in Bloemfontein, used mainly for rugby, cricket and association football. Free State Stadium is situated at Kings Way, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa.