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The Royal Coach

13 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

The Royal Coach is situated in the historic gold mining village of Kaapschehoop and is the original coach that Queen Elizabeth II travelled...
The Royal Coach is situated in the historic gold mining village of Kaapschehoop and is the original coach that Queen Elizabeth II travelled in on her visit to South Africa in 1947. The Royal Coach is ideal for visitors looking simply to get away and relax and for wanderers seeking new viewpoints. The Coach is very old and quaint and a nostalgic and unique destination, . Due to the need for restoration the rates have been kept as low as possible. The coach consists of three wood-panelled comfortable bedrooms furnished with double beds. One of the rooms has an en-suite bathroom while the other two rooms share a bathroom; they both have baths. There is a small fridge, a microwave and a kettle. linen, towels, coffee mugs, and teaspoons are supplied. Meals are available at the Salvador Bistro which is open from 07:30. The bistro is famous for wood-fire pizzas and a cosy fireplace in cold weather. There are a number of alternative village restaurants. All offer good meals at reasonable prices. Kaapschehoop is a fantastic venue for photographers, birdwatchers and nature lovers, and is the ideal romantic setting as proven by the frequency of weddings in the town chapel. Birdwatching can be done at the Blue Swallow Nature Reserve and guests can book a guided tour to seek out the endangered birds. Various other animals can also be seen including a vast selection of flora and fascinating rock formations. There are a variety of nature walks, a waterfall and mountain bike trails within walking distance, as well as a horse trail facility located 8 km from the village. The town provides a convenient stopover for travellers making their way to the Kruger National Park or Mozambique.
from R560

Okiep Country Hotel

20 Reviews
Sleeps 75 in 29 rooms

Okiep Country Hotel is a convenient stopover or holiday base for tourists, nature lovers, businessmen, and travellers. Located 100 km from...
Okiep Country Hotel is a convenient stopover or holiday base for tourists, nature lovers, businessmen, and travellers. Located 100 km from the Namibian border on the N7 in the heart of Namaqualand, the hotel is the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Windhoek. Malcolm and his friendly staff offer you traditional country hospitality in a modern and elegant setting in the historic town of Okiep, once the site of the richest copper mine in the world. Tours to the surrounding areas are also available on request. All rooms are en-suite, with air-conditioning and DStv. Okiep is the oldest mining town in South Africa, where copper was first discovered and mined in 1855. A railway line from Okiep to Port Nolloth was built in 1866 for the shipping of copper, and because there was not enough water for the steam engines, the Namaqualand Mule Train was pulled by mules until 1890. In 1918 the Okiep copper mines ceased operating and the place almost became a ghost town. In springtime, Okiep is - like the whole of Namaqualand - very rich in blossoming wild flowers.
from R1036

Aloe Again

7 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 8 rooms

Aloe Again Beach Accommodation has the most desirable address, Pepper Street. This places you only 50m from the world famous Supertubes...
Aloe Again Beach Accommodation has the most desirable address, Pepper Street. This places you only 50m from the world famous Supertubes surf break. Our laid back self-catering house feels like a home away from home. It offers eight basic twin, double and family en-suite rooms that are serviced daily. An open-plan kitchen, lounge and entertainment area featuring a pool table and indoor braai invite you to kick back and take in the ocean air while you mingle with other guests. The back garden has an awesome fire-pit which serves as the ideal place to meet new people and forge bonds of friendship that will draw you back to our bay time and time again. Do as much, or as little, as you like here. All rooms come standard with linen and towels. There is select DStv in each room as well as in the communal lounge. A rack for surfboards and wetsuits can be found in the courtyard.
from R400

Kathu Inn

2 Reviews
Sleeps 222 in 111 rooms

Kathu Inn is ideally situated in Kathu. Kathu is conveniently located in between Upington and Vryburg with about a two hour drive to each....
Kathu Inn is ideally situated in Kathu. Kathu is conveniently located in between Upington and Vryburg with about a two hour drive to each. Kimberley is a mere three hour drive away. Each room contains either a double bed or twin single beds, an en-suite bathroom, a TV with DStv, tea and coffee-making facilities and is air-conditioning. Units are self service and well equipped. On-site parking is available. Outside we have braai facilities and a splash pool to cool down in. Come try our newly opened restaurant, or make use of our conference room, general manager will be happy to discuss your requirements.
from R850

Town Lodge Port Elizabeth

Sleeps 394 in 197 rooms

Town Lodge Port Elizabeth is centrally located to the Port Elizabeth city centre and is only a short walk away from the beach. It is less...
Town Lodge Port Elizabeth is centrally located to the Port Elizabeth city centre and is only a short walk away from the beach. It is less than 10 minutes from the international airport and is adjacent to the City Lodge Port Elizabeth. Each of these en-suite rooms are air-conditioned and includes televisions with M-Net. The rooms are divided into double and twin rooms and there are rooms that have disabled facilities. The rates include breakfast daily and guests can enjoy a drink at the Sundowner bar. There is secure parking available and guests also have the luxury of laundry and dry cleaning facilities. The hotel is just around the corner from the Boardwalk Casino and Entertainment Complex and here guests can dine at various restaurants and browse through the shops. Bayworld has a snake park and an oceanarium making it ideal for a family excursion.

Zuurberg Mountain Village

22 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 5 rooms

A country hotel set in true African scenic splendour with a wealth of history that dates back to the 1850’s. With the Greater Addo Elephant...
A country hotel set in true African scenic splendour with a wealth of history that dates back to the 1850’s. With the Greater Addo Elephant National Park on its doorstep, Zuurberg Mountain Inn has become a popular getaway. After trekking up the first road to Johannesburg, guests are accommodated in thatched-roof cottages, or in the old original 1861 Manor House. All our accommodation is furnished to meet international standards. Boasting a myriad of activities, including a restaurant, English pub, chapel, function facilities, swimming pool, all-weather tennis courts, private guided game drives departing from the hotel and the all-important Elephant Experience. A preferred destination for honeymoon couples from South Africa and all over the world.
from R1650

Bushwhacked

2 Reviews
Sleeps 13 in 5 rooms

Bushwhacked is a self-catering house in Barberton, focused on accommodating wildlife orientated people, especially guides and lodge staff...
Bushwhacked is a self-catering house in Barberton, focused on accommodating wildlife orientated people, especially guides and lodge staff as a place to recuperate on their time off. Bushwhacked is situated on the edge of town backing onto an uninhabited valley, with spectacular views. Accommodation is offered in basic, clean and comfortable double rooms, all of which have access to a communal kitchen, lounge and dining area. The rooms each have a name, so once you know Bushwhacked you can request the room that you prefer. Linen and bath towels are provided. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering, and the lounge area features a TV and a DVD player. There is also a braai area with amazing views over the valley. Your hosts live on the property, in ‘The Woodshed’ in the back garden. There are two mountain bikes available for guests to use, as well as an air-rifle so guides can practise on the homemade range. Bushwhacked is situated just outside the old gold rush town of Barberton which has a rich history, a lot of which can still be seen and explored. The house is set in the foothills of the Makonjwa Mountains just 40 minutes from Nelspruit. This is a welcoming, comfortable and affordable place for likeminded people to relax on their time off, or use as a stopover on your way to a destination. If you walk about the back door of Bushwacked and up the mountain you’ll have a wooded valley all to yourself where you can spot a variety of animal species and bird life. There is also a well-known birding area, a pocket of indigenous forest, known as 'Pedlars bush', close by.
from R420

Kenhardt Hotel

4 Reviews
Sleeps 40 in 16 rooms

Kenhardt Hotel is situated on the R27 to Cape Town, halfway between Pretoria or Johannesburg and Cape Town. For real country hospitality...
Kenhardt Hotel is situated on the R27 to Cape Town, halfway between Pretoria or Johannesburg and Cape Town. For real country hospitality and home-cooked meals, a stop at Kenhardt Hotel is beyond compare. Each room is equipped with air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom, as well as a TV with local channels. The self-catering flat features a kitchenette with fridge and is ideal for a family, or for slightly longer stays. For hospitality and value for money like nowhere else, Kenhardt Hotel is the ideal location for you.
from R400

McGregor Backpackers

1 Review
Sleeps 23 in 7 rooms

Welcome to McGregor Backpackers, where your hosts Geoff and Dorothy Botton along with their ‘backpacker mutts’ Gracie, Jessie and Phoebe,...
Welcome to McGregor Backpackers, where your hosts Geoff and Dorothy Botton along with their ‘backpacker mutts’ Gracie, Jessie and Phoebe, are waiting to welcome you to their little world of peace and serenity. McGregor Backpackers is situated in the heart of McGregor, surrounded by the majestic Langeberg Mountains, and just a short stroll away from all the places of interest in the village. McGregor Backpackers offers you a complete homely experience with a fully fitted kitchen and modern gas cooking convenience. The kitchen has everything you need if you are in the mood to cook up a storm. The cosy dining room, with its Gaudi-inspired fireplace, invites you to sit and linger over a meal or a lovely glass of wine. The lounge area offers DStv, a selection of games, magazines and books. Wi-Fi is also available so you can stay in touch. If its game time then Pooky's pub is just the right place for you to watch that important game and cheer for the home side. The braai area is made for interesting ‘around the fire’ conversations, bring your musical instruments and entertain the crowds that are sure to gather there. Braai wood can be supplied at a small fee. Weber braai facilities are also available. There are a variety of different rooms at the backpackers. A total of 22 people can be accommodated in the backpacker’s comfortable rooms, mostly all with en suite facilities, except for two buddy rooms which would share a communal bathroom. All linen and towels are supplied. McGregor with its beautiful climate, clean air, wonderful night skies, not to mention its friendly people, beckoned and we could not resist her call. You can visit the coffee shops, chat with the locals and allow the relaxed pace to slow your heartbeat down. There are many activities for visitors to McGregor, we have beautiful walks and hikes, the level of effort is up to you, or you can just park off and relax in the tranquillity of our beautiful gardens. There are a number of local wineries to visit for wine tasting and purchasing those lovely wines that may not be available in your local wine shop at home You can bring your mountain bike and go and explore the countryside, take the highways or the byways, you never know what you will encounter till you get there.
from R362

Villekulla Easy Living Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 9 rooms

The travel lodge for people who want to get away from the big city. Relax, enjoy the view and...
The travel lodge for people who want to get away from the big city. Relax, enjoy the view and discover the Cape peninsula. Located between Cape Point and Cape Town and close to the village of Kommetjie, Villekulla lodge is the perfect place to start your trip up the Garden Route. We provide excellent service for all types of travelers and backpackers. Villekulla lodge offers dorms, cosy wooden cabins on the hill side and doubles with en suite at the pool. Roll from the deck for a brekkie-with-a-view whipped up in our self catering kitchen to the sparkling pool for a lazy afternoon. End your day in the bar for a delicious braai with endless sea and mountain views. Clean toilets and showers and private and safe parking off street parking will make your stay even more relaxing.
from R350
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Mokolodi Backpackers

69 Reviews
Sleeps 37 in 12 rooms

Special   Set among the idyllic scenery of African bush, surrounded by indigenous flora, Mokolodi Backpackers’ comfortable self-catering cottages...
Set among the idyllic scenery of African bush, surrounded by indigenous flora, Mokolodi Backpackers’ comfortable self-catering cottages will welcome you with the warm ambience Botswana has to offer. Enjoy the wide open spaces, where nature and backpacking form a unity. Take pleasure in the hospitality of the Botswana people, infinite blue skies and sunsets to soothe the soul. Come as a stranger and leave as a friend. For most of the year Botswana is warm and dry. Spring explodes into wonderful flora as far as the eye can see. Come and experience the beauty of the African bush and its abundance of wildlife. We offer helpful advice on your planned travels throughout Botswana. Traditional African meals are available at a number of local restaurants in Gaborone. Our accommodation consists of two-sleeper thatched cottages with two single beds in each, two-sleeper wooden units and four-sleeper wooden units with bunk beds. Our accommodation is self-catering and has access to a communal kitchen and communal bathroom facilities. Linen and towels are also supplied. Facilities are very secure, clean and well maintained. Secure parking and sound location are part of the package. Camping space is available at the backpackers with 220 V power is available nearby. It is self-catering and campers have access to a communal kitchen and communal bathroom facilities with showers and hot water. Mokolodi Backpackers is situated in a quiet surrounding in Botswana, 10 km outside the capital, en route westward. Nearby activities include game drives in Mokolodi Nature Reserve, horse safaris, birdwatching, visits to the local market place, swimming, hiking, sundown game reserve visits and a great deal more.
from R310

Augrabies Backpackers

18 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 4 rooms

Augrabies Backpackers is the legendary base of a whole generation of river and desert adventure people. We offer guided half-day river...
Augrabies Backpackers is the legendary base of a whole generation of river and desert adventure people. We offer guided half-day river rafting trips on the Lower Orange River as well as hot air-balloon rides over the Kalahari Desert. Lounge in the shade, take a dip in the dam, and enjoy the seasonal organic fruit. One thing is certain, one night is never enough. Accommodation is offered in six rooms, sleeping up to 16 guests. Features include a bar on site and a dam to cool off in. Laundry services are also available for guests' convenience. We are situated just 10 km from the Augrabies Falls National Park, making it an excellent base from which to explore the area. Activities include various day hikes and walks as well as a portion directly alongside the middle gorge.
from R390

Harrismith Inn

11 Reviews
Sleeps 238 in 119 rooms

This roadside Inn is located on the N3, halfway between Johannesburg and Durban. The hotel has superb views of the Platberg mountains and...
This roadside Inn is located on the N3, halfway between Johannesburg and Durban. The hotel has superb views of the Platberg mountains and offers comfortable accommodation, ideal for tourists and business travellers alike. The Inn features 119 modern, comfortably furnished rooms set around a large swimming pool. The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner seven days a week and offers a carvery, a buffet and a la carte menu, while the resident's bar, Sir Harry's, offers a pool table for guests' entertainment. For corporate groups, we offer a conference facility and a board room. The area also features a variety of activities including a golf course, hiking trails, hang gliding, and pony trails.
from R905

Calvinia Hotel

9 Reviews
Sleeps 94 in 28 rooms

The Calvinia Hotel is located in the centre of Calvinia and offers comfortable accommodation in 25 double rooms. The historic building has...
The Calvinia Hotel is located in the centre of Calvinia and offers comfortable accommodation in 25 double rooms. The historic building has a rich history. It has recently been renovated to offer guests all the modern facilities for a comfortable stay. The rooms are all well equipped with bedding and towels provided. Each room has a fan or air-conditioning, tea and coffee-making facilities and a TV. The hotel has a swimming pool, beer garden and onsite restaurant and bar that is privately owned. There is secure parking. There is Wi-Fi in all the rooms. This is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the Northern Cape at its best.
from R620

Anna Sophia Self-catering Cottages

10 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 4 rooms

Anna Sophia offers neat and clean accommodation in a rustic country atmosphere, keeping with the...
Anna Sophia offers neat and clean accommodation in a rustic country atmosphere, keeping with the Karoo town of Calitzdorp theme. The cottages are the perfect place for the weary traveller to unwind and relax while traversing the famous Route 62. Accommodation comprises fully equipped air-conditioned, self-catering units sleeping a total of 10 guests, as well as a backpacker’s dormitory that sleeps seven people.
from R490

Minen Hotel

16 Reviews
Sleeps 100 in 50 rooms

The Minen Hotel is situated on the route to the Etosha National Park Game Reserve in Namibia and it is surrounded by its own acre of...
The Minen Hotel is situated on the route to the Etosha National Park Game Reserve in Namibia and it is surrounded by its own acre of gardens and semi-tropical trees. The hotel has 50 rooms with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioners, telephones and TVs. We offer Standard Rooms which are on the garden side and Luxury Rooms which are on the swimming pool side. The hotel also has an attractive beer garden under the trees, a ladies bar and an à la carte restaurant which offers German and Austrian cooking.
from R890

De Rust Boutique Backpackers

8 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 5 rooms

Guarded by majestic mountain ranges, De Rust is a beautiful little town where idyllic days are...
Guarded by majestic mountain ranges, De Rust is a beautiful little town where idyllic days are spent swimming in waterfalls and lunching at this Victorian village's eateries. De Rust Boutique Backpackers is a large house situated within easy walking distance of the restaurants, art galleries and shops in town. The house has a spacious, well-equipped kitchen for all your self-catering requirements, a communal lounge and dining room, as well as outside areas and braai facilities. We offer double, twin and triple en-suite and non en-suite rooms. We also have a bar on site and a free pool table. For the more adventurous there is the breathtaking Swartberg pass, Meiringspoort gorge, mountain hikes, cycle routes and the world-famous Cango Caves, crocodile and ostrich farms. Whether it is country tranquility or off-road adventure you seek, De Rust is the ideal location from which to enjoy and explore this fascinating part of South Africa.
from R310
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Tsitsikamma Village Inn

12 Reviews
Sleeps 120 in 44 rooms

Awesome Foursome   This magical country hotel situated in the village of Storms River has been hosting travellers since 1841. This privately owned and...
This magical country hotel situated in the village of Storms River has been hosting travellers since 1841. This privately owned and managed country hotel consists of 49 village-style rooms, where each cottage is individually decorated to match its specific colonial building style. The main building, which traces its roots back to 1845, has a spacious dining room, incorporating the De Oude Martha Restaurant, the Hunters Pub, Cafe Bacchus and Guest Lounge. Take a journey back in time at our Marilyn’s 60s Diner, a tribute to Marilyn and Elvis with its collection of memorabilia and a menu to match. Right next door, at Tsitsikamma Microbrewery, enjoy one of our selection of Ales, or choose from a variety of other South African craft beers. The hotel is a perfect base to explore the natural beauty and activities of the Tsitsikamma area, close to the Tsitsikamma National Park. The only full service hotel in the area. The Hotel is renowned for its good food, old world charm and has been a favourite for many a year!
from R830

Tudor Hotel

17 Reviews
Sleeps 58 in 26 rooms

The **Tudor Hotel** is the oldest hotel in Cape Town, situated in the heart of the city on Greenmarket Square. Recently refurbished, the...
The **Tudor Hotel** is the oldest hotel in Cape Town, situated in the heart of the city on Greenmarket Square. Recently refurbished, the Tudor Hotel stylishly combine the historic face of the city with contemporary finishes, to create a fresh hotel experience at affordable rates. The Tudor Hotel is proud of its heritage without sacrificing contemporary comforts. Uniquely furnished, each room has its own special feel making you feel right at home. All rooms are en-suite and have a television for your leisure. We are ideally positioned for you to explore major attractions such as the famous V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain, Government Avenue, the Cape Town International Convention Centre and vibrant Long Street with its eclectic mix of restaurants and bars... Rates include a delicious breakfast. Parking is available one block away, for a cost of R95.00 per day.
from R850

Royal Hotel Bethulie

17 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 19 rooms

In recent times, the most exciting development in the Lake Gariep region has been the renaissance of Bethulie's famous Royal Hotel. Founded...
In recent times, the most exciting development in the Lake Gariep region has been the renaissance of Bethulie's famous Royal Hotel. Founded in the 1880s, the Royal Hotel combines all that's best in traditional South African hospitality, with a keen understanding of modern needs. It's currently benefiting from a far-reaching makeover which has reinforced its reputation as 'the hotel that's better than home.' Bethulie is located just 90 minutes south of Bloemfontein in South Africa's Free State. It is six hours' drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria, fivehours from Port Elizabeth and East London, eight hours from Durban and nine hours from Cape Town. That makes it the ideal accommodation stopover between South Africa's major cities; however it's also a worthwhile destination in its own right. En-suite convenience and enterprising cuisine, access to a huge private library and record collection, service standards modelled on an ocean liner's, a burgeoning 'Hall of Fame' honouring the town's best and bravest, Bethulie's Royal Hotel is an experience to savour and treasure. It's also the perfect base for exploration of South Africa's little-known hinterland and its neighbour, Lesotho. Accommodation at Bethulie's Royal Hotel ranges from tourist to first-class, and tariffs are calculated with an eye to value. Shops are located close by and secure parking, even for large vehicles, is available. The Royal Hotel welcomes well-behaved children and also makes special provision for pets, the physically challenged, and tour groups whether big or small. The longest road and rail bridge in Africa, a clutch of well-stocked game reserves and the scenic splendour of Lake Gariep, site of the most infamous concentration camp of the Anglo-Boer War, the childhood haunts of actor Patrick Mynhardt, who won fame as the 'Boy from Bethulie'; these are just a few of the points of interest that give Bethulie its broad-based appeal. The town retains a frontier feeling that conjures echoes of days long gone. For generations, its chief role has been to serve the needs of hard-working sheep farmers and their families in the surrounding district, but in addition Bethulie prides itself on being a safe, friendly and peaceful oasis, offering attractions and diversions that excite discerning visitors from all over the world.
from R480
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