About Apels 'n Pers Vegetarian B&B
Apels ‘n Pers is situated in the historic town of Ladysmith, providing guests a luxurious stay while offering specific catering for vegetarians. Guests have a choice of two comfortable en-suite rooms, each with a private entrance, double or two twin beds, and a bathroom with a shower only.
Each room is also air-conditioned and equipped with a TV with access to Top TV and Indian channels, a fridge, microwave, and tea and coffee facilities. Every morning guests can enjoy a lovely vegetarian breakfast, with lunch and dinner available on request. Under cover parking is also provided.
Ladysmith has a rich history and Apels ‘n Pers is situated on the Battlefields Route, just 40 minutes from the Drakensberg. Guests can also visit the Spioenkop Nature Reserve which is situated next to the Spioenkop Anglo-Boer War battle site and offers fishing, yachting and water-skiing chances. There is also the Chelmsford Nature Reserve which offers bird watching, wildlife or water sports such as wind surfing, canoeing and jet-skiing.
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