The name Monte Bello is synonymous with a beautiful landscape, peace, tranquility, and wonderful service. This historic old farm enjoys a timeless beauty, typical of a former era when people had time for one another.
The stately homestead for guests and renovated barn for functions were built when the cost of building, time and space were not a consideration, and craftsmanship was still a matter of pride. Monte Bello is situated amongst old, giant blue gum trees and landscaped gardens. The natural beauty and close proximity to Bloemfontein makes Monte Bello Estate the perfect setting for functions and weddings.
Monte Bello offers a beautiful guest house with 10 family rooms, sleeping four to six guests each. An additional 20 double rooms can accommodate two guests each. All rooms are decorated with a rustic, earthy illustration of a peaceful farm experience.
Expect exceptional facilities, fabulous food, and 5 Star services. Your function in this idyllic country setting will be remembered forever. Monte Bello is designed for those who appreciate a peaceful environment close to the city, and who demand a high level of personal service and absolute privacy.
- Airport Shuttle Service
- Parking Available
- Satellite TV*
- Swimming Pool
- Credit Card Facilities
- On-site Parking
- 3 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
Reviews for Monte Bello Estate1 guest review Reviews of
Great family rooms, upper and lower level. Nice and modern. Super fresh breakfast! We will go there again!
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