About Bun Clody Guesthouse
Bun Clody’s unrivaled ambiance is that we cater for everybody that is tired and would like a well deserved good nights rest as well as good Karoo food which will remind him or her of good old fashioned healthy food, The flavours will remain in your mind for many years to come. A come back for more is well assured. The proof is in the pudding.
Hanover is situated halfway between Johannesburg and Cape Town on the N1 and is an ideal stopover for weary travellers. The Karoo Village of Hanover is a great pit stop on the long journey between Johannesburg and Cape Town.Woman's
rights pioneer and famous author, Olive Schreiner, referred to this town as the prettiest village I have ever seen. The unrivaled ambience is provided by dusty streets and pretty historical buildings as well as the old furrows which still takes spring water through the town..
Our Church is arguably has one of the most beautiful church buildings in South Africa and also appears on several postcards.
Numerous historical buildings and monuments are within walking distance. Your walks will lead you to many historical sites, Guest Houses, Restaurants, our Hotel, up Trappieskop - a magnificent view site of the village, and many a artist can be visited on your tour. Hanover is visited by 12 000-odd Lesser kestrels from Russia in summer.
Star gazing under the karoo skies are an exceptional experience. Here we are able to count the stars and not the cars.The milky way is nowhere to be seen as clearly as in the Karoo.
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Things to do in and around Hanover
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Housed in an original farmstead, the Hanover Museum exhibits the interesting history of the town. The museum is run on a volunteer basis by the community, and most artefacts have been donated by the townsfolk.
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Compassberg is 2502m high. From Ganora it takes about 1 hour todrive to the back from where you can start climbing. If you do not have a 4X4 it takes about 3 hours up and 3 hours down. With a 4X4 you can get further up the mountain to a point...
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The first Dutch Reformed Church was built in 1859, but later replaced by a larger building in 1907. Today, visitors may tour this historical church on arrangement.
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A few years ago the little dorp of Richmond was established as the first Book Town in the country and on the continent. Today there are a dozen bookshops in the village. The bookshops specialize in Africana with a focus on early travellers,...