For those who’re looking to spend a night or two in the warm heart of Nieu-Bethesda, Nagenoeg - meaning “near enough” in Afrikaans - is the most centrally situated guest house in the village. Even better, for those who’re getting married, it’s only three meters from Die Waenhuis wedding venue.
A charming, self-catering “golden oldie”, Nagenoeg is situated on the corner of Martin and Hudson streets, and has three bedrooms; two have double beds and one has two single beds, which makes it perfect for a family stay. Features include one shared bathroom with a bath but no shower, a large dining room, and a sun-drenched kitchen. During winter, you can cosy up to the fireplace in the lounge or entertain the family in the games room.
Whip up a meal in the kitchen. Nagenoeg has a fridge, two-plate stove, microwave and more, or have a braai outside while your kids run around in the large garden. Do note, however, that the property is not fenced in for pets.
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