About The Gables
Overlooking the majestic Maluti Mountains, The Gables offers families and large groups a tranquil retreat in the scenic town of Clarens in the Eastern Cape.
The house has three lovely en-suite bedrooms. One room has one double bed, while the remaining two have four single beds. All rooms have beautiful views of the garden and surrounding scenery, adding to the peaceful atmosphere.
The spacious living area has a comfortable lounge with a fireplace, perfect for those cold winter evenings. There is also a fully equipped kitchen and indoor braai facilities, ideal for all your self-catering needs. Meals can then be enjoyed in the lovely dining area.
Guests can spend their days relaxing in the swimming pool, or making use of the outside braai facilities. Enjoy a meal under the stars on a balmy summer evening. The beautiful garden is the ideal space to unwind while appreciating the truly magnificent views of the surrounding area.
Stay between 26 Jan 2017 and 31 Dec 2017 and get 10% off.
- 3 night min stay (check-in between 26 Jan 2017 and 31 Dec 2017)
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Things to do in and around Clarens
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It is said that Clarens is one of the most beautiful and terrain rich areas in South Africa for the Mountain biking enthusiast. There are guided tours that can be arranged for those who prefer or for those who seek the adventure of it there are...
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The Spruit Walking Trail is a quick and easy route along a stream and into a ravine. Along the way it passes through a patch of indigenous Oldwood forest and a small poplar and cedar plantation. Duration: 30 minutes Difficulty: Easy Distance: 1 km
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The Addy & Hoyle Art Gallery is on the square in the middle of the little artists' village of Clarens. This beautiful mountain retreat is rightfully gaining the reputation as an art centre in South Africa. The gallery is the major outlet for local...