About Grasslands Conference and Wedding Venue
Grasslands Conference and Wedding Venue offers bed and breakfast and accommodation only, and is situated on a game farm adjacent to the town of Bethal.
Accommodation at Grasslands Conference and Wedding Venue comprises a variety of Luxury Double Rooms and 2 Self-catering Units. Each room comprises twin or a king beds, and has access to either a private or shared bathroom. Other amenities include a TV, Wi-Fi and tea- and coffee- making facilities. Each Self-catering unit consists of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a private living area and a kitchen with a bar fridge, 2-plate stove and tea- and coffee- making facilities.
Breakfast and other delectable home-cooked meals are served in the dining area in the main building at an additional fee. The lodge also offers a well-stocked bar area, and a well-equipped conference venue that can accommodate up to 50 delegates.
For weddings or other special events; the lodge boasts a quaint chapel that seats more than 100 guests, and a ballroom with a deck that overlooks the gardens and Koi pond. The lodge’s associates will be able to plan and provide most details and facilities for the special occasion.
Wedding Venues: Our all-in-one wedding venue encompasses a romantic chapel, elegant ballroom, luxurious bridal suite and exceptional accommodation with impeccable levels of service, cuisine, manicured gardens and many other extras.
Conference Venues: Our conference room, overlooking the koi pond, has capacity for 50 delegates and is ideal for smaller events. Conference facilities include the use of a Proxima, projector screens and flip charts. Catering can be arranged though our on-site kitchen.
Check in time: 2:00PM
Check out time: 10:00 AM
Please ensure that the full accommodation total is paid before arrival
Kindly note that a 10% admin fee will be charged on all deposit refund payments
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