About Die Sinkdak
Set along the banks of the Vaal River, Die Sinkdak offers tranquil accommodation to nature enthusiasts. It is a great option to families or groups visiting the little town of Bloemhof in the North West.The property has comfortably furnished cottages and guestrooms set in a farm style atmosphere. Each Guestroom offers a queen bed and 2 singles,an en-suite toilet and shower, and kitchenette - ideal for couples or small families. Guestrooms have a private patio with braai facilities, showcasing views of the river below.Our Rustic Cottages can sleep six to eight persons, making it a great option for families or groups. Each cottage has 2 en-suite bedrooms, and an open-plan lounge and kitchen. Cottages have private decks and braai facilities offering undisturbed views of the river.The scenic surroundings and peaceful environment will ensure that guests have a relaxing stay. Our on-site Therapist offers Massage and Reflexology sessions, available by request.
Stay between 01 May 2018 and 31 Jul 2018 and get 20% off on selected rooms. Valid every Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu. .
Balance payable in cash ON ARRIVAL please!
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Things to do in and around Bloemhof
(18 km from Bloemhof)
Sandveld Nature Reserve is situated in the Free State on the banks of Bloemhof Dam on the Vaal River. The dam is well known for its abundant variety of bird life, which includes the Cape teal, Cape shoveller and fish eagle, amongst many more. The...
(93.3 km from Bloemhof)
Recreational fishing - famous for it's bass fish. Great picnic spot/s available. An undiscovered gem!
(98.6 km from Bloemhof)
Old forts from the Boer war. These forts were built by the British to defend strategic points. There are three of these forts in Warrenton.
(99.7 km from Bloemhof)
The Taung Heritage Site is hugely significant. It was here that skull of a child was unearthed – the early hominid "Australopithecus africanus". This discovery led many scientists to believe that the origin of early man began on the African...