About Vaal de Sioleh
Vaal de Sioleh is situated 20 km outside the beautiful town of Parys, in the Free State. Our accommodation, chapel and wedding venue is right on the banks of the mighty Vaal River with beautiful views all around.
We offer 18 self-catering, fully equipped units with a beautiful view over the river. It is also the ideal place to stay for yellow-fish enthusiasts. On our premises we have a good variety of wildlife which can be viewed by taking one of our walking trails or the 4x4 routes.
We have a thatched-roof chapel on the premises, set right on the banks of the Vaal River. When facing the priest, the windows look out over and along the Vaal River, providing a very romantic setting for your big day.
Wedding Venues: Our venue has had a number of spectacular weddings and can seat up to 140 guests with a dance floor. For your dream wedding, contact us for a tailor-made package that will suit your needs.
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