About Bethulie Guest Farm
Bethulie Guest House (previously The White House Guest Farm) was built in 1924 by Mr Pellesier (a descendant of one of the founding families of Bethulie) for his daughter by one of his friends the renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker, one of the most well-known architects in South African history.
The rooms are big with en-suite bathrooms and there is a Jacuzzi bath in the extra main guest bathroom which guests are welcome to use.
In each room there is a Flat Screen TV with some DStv channels, bar fridge and coffee making facilities, amenities, a double or two single beds (extra Beds in a room can be arranged for children) and everything else you would expect to have a great stay. Relax in the living room area and enjoy our flat screen TV with full DStv.
The house has just had a makeover with modern bathrooms and stylish bedrooms. You can relax in the living room area in comfort and have your meal in the wooden floor dining room with the same fireplace that was used by the daughter of Mr Pellesier (The founder of Bethulie).
Wedding Venues: We are also open for small weddings.
Conference Venues: Up to 30 delegates can be accommodated in classroom style. Please be specific in email. Wi-Fi available and 5 in house rooms.
Pets allowed by arrangement. No smoking allowed in the rooms.
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