Impa-Lala Country Estate
About Impa-Lala Country Estate
Nature's best kept secret reveals itself as the sun withdraws its rays from the plains of Africa while you enjoy the view from the mountain. Impa-lala Country Estate, a jewel of Africa and situated in Bloemfontein, the ‘City of Roses’. Impa-Lala Country Estate is located on the serene hills of Rayton, overlooking the green outskirts of Bloemfontein
Discover a place of natural beauty and elegance where time stands still as you cuddle some wildlife on your doorstep. Experience the warm family atmosphere of this sophisticated country estate in the city with luscious gardens and verdant lawns. A luxurious and comfortable getaway from life's turbulence. Come and enjoy life's simplicity.
Conference Venues: Impa-lala boasts with its new state-of-the-art conference facilities which can seat up to 40 delegates.
Impa-Lala Country Estate Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Rayton
(3.3 km from Rayton)
Oliewenhuis Art Museum is housed in a Neo-Dutch style mansion which served as residence for the Governor General of the Union of South Africa. In 1985 it was converted into an Art Museum as a satellite of the National Museum Bloemfontein. The...
(0.8 km from Rayton)
The Free State Botanical Gardens are situated on the northern outskirts of Bloemfontein. The botanical garden is home to 400 species of plants, two dams, and an indigenous Karee and wild olive dominated vegetation. There are specialised gardens...
(4.2 km from Rayton)
Mimosa Mall is one of the Free State’s most desirable and luxurious shopping centres. Fashionable shops bring leading brands within grasp of Bloem’s trendy set.With 120 leading stores, there are numerous tempting choices coupled with an indulgent...
(4.9 km from Rayton)
Springbok Park, now known as Chevrolet Park, is a well-equipped stadium within walking distance of Bloemfontein's city centre. The 20 000-seater stadium incorporates two large stands. Braai and cricket devotees frequent the grassy banks, perfect...