WELTEVREDEN GUEST FARM, NIEU BETHESDA
|WELTEVREDEN GUEST FARM, NIEU BETHESDA
|Contact Person:||Jenny Nel|
+27 (0) 71 414 9185
Weltevreden Guest Farm - Self Catering Farm Cottages near Nieu Bethesda, Eastern Cape, South Africa
WELTEVREDEN - "Well Satisfied!" Tucked away in the folds of the Sneeuberg mountains, close to the little hamlet of Nieu Bethesda you will find Weltevreden, a historic Karoo sheep farm. Discover Africa's outback at Weltevreden where you can relax in the wide open Karoo countryside with its panoramic views of Compassberg and the Sneeuberg mountain range.
Weltevreden Guest Farm Accommodation
There are two self-catering cottages available: Cottage on the Pond and The Prison.
The "Cottage on the Pond" has a large living area/open plan kitchen and braai(BBQ) facilities. The main bedroom has a king size bed and the other 2 rooms each have 2 single beds.
"The Prison" is more "rustic" accommodation. This small cottage has a small living area/kitchenette, a full bathroom, a room with a king size bed and a loft area with 4 single beds.
FACILITIES: Private Entrance, Dinner Available, Fridge, Private Bathroom, Bath, Towels, Continental Breakfast, Full Breakfast, Tea & Coffee Facility, Braai Facilities, Safe, of-Street Parking, Children Welcome
Rates: R420 pp
Activities at Weltevreden Guest Farm
We offer you the chance to enjoy everyday sheep and cattle farming activities, walks, hikes, horse riding, tennis on clay, a splash pool, sundowner jaunts by arrangement, and genuine peace and quiet under great night skies. Birds are abundant and offer good viewing, along with small game. Bring your mountain bikes for great rides. We also have an intact water mill used to grind wheat in years gone by, standing on the same site as 150 years ago.
We are located 56 km from the historic town of Graaff Reinet and 13 km from Nieu Bethesda, the site of Helen Martins' Owl House and inspiration for Athol Fugard's play "The Road to Mecca".
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