Mooiuitzicht is a beautiful country house in the small town of Nieu Bethesda, with views of the Compassberg and surrounding hills. This lovely house has two bedrooms furnished with a comfortable double bed and two single beds respectively.
The rooms share a bathroom with a bath and shower. The kitchen is fully equipped for self catering and the house has a comfortable open-plan dining room and lounge with a fireplace. The large veranda boasts a built-in braai and here you can relax, kick off your shoes, and enjoy the beautiful views.
The rustic charm of the town attracts tourists from all over yet only has a couple of streets, a few guest houses and restaurants, a pub and a couple of quaint art galleries. A must see is the Owl House and Camel Yard, a Karoo-style cottage that had been transformed by its former owner, Helen Martins, into a glass-encrusted wonderland and statue-filled garden.
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Things to do in and around Nieu Bethesda
(12.2 km from Nieu Bethesda)
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...
(27.5 km from Nieu Bethesda)
Tubby is a little railway inspector’s cart formerly used to inspect the district’s rail tracks. Today it is used to take visitors on two-hour trips up Lootsberg. The views are lovely and there are opportunities to spot kudu and smaller antelope on...
(1.8 km from Nieu Bethesda)
Of all the many things to do and see in Nieu-Bethesda, the Owl House grabs first place. Once you’ve ticked off the surreal and quirky home of Helen Martin’s, lace up your walking shoes and do something different. Follow the quaint network of...
(4.5 km from Nieu Bethesda)
The James Kitching Fossil Centre lets visitors discover a landscape that forms an integral part in world history, specifically Earth's extinction event 250 million years ago. Take a half-hour stroll with a guide to the nearby Gats River bed and find...