Ambleside self-catering guest house is accessibly located with walking distance from the town of Clarens. surrounded by exquisite mountain views this venue is ideal for adventure lovers and those who seek serenity and tranquil from the busy life. Surrounded by mountains such as Drakensburg, Clarens Kloof guest are guaranteed to have a time of their lives. (more…)
Fit for couples who seek a romantic getaway, this bed and breakfast is expediently located near stunning mountain views of Mount Horeb. Equipped with free WIFI and ample space for parking this accommodation houses two rooms. the venue is just 300 meters from Clarens Wellness Day spa and close to other facilities in the town square.
The first bedroom has a queen size bed and it’s called Deft room. The second room (Clarens room) also has a queen sized bed. Guest are provided with electric blankets and heaters in all of the rooms to keep warm and wad off cold. Both these rooms provide privacy where guest have their own courtyard gardens and braai areas. (more…)
This luxurious home is air conditioned and has a private pool. It features a garden and barbecue facilities which are ideal for enjoying meals outside while absorbing the scenic views outside. The patio shutters can open completely on good weather days. The indoor fireplace provides warmth for the guest during cold winter nights. Wood will be provided and the fireplace stacked for the guest. The villa has an open plan self-catering kitchen which has a gas oven and stove, a top quality coffee machine, double fridge, additional bar fridge for the drinks available in the bar area. (more…)
Clarens, also known as the “Jewel of the Eastern Free State”, is a little Village in the mountains, on the Edge of the Golden Gate National Park looking down over the Drakensburg and is the best place to find peace and tranquillity. Clarens was established in 1912, named after a town in Switzerland where exiled Paul Kruger spent his last days.
Clarens is honoured to be nominated for Kwela’s South African Town of the Year Award. (more…)
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