A holiday experience is ideally fun and relaxing, giving individuals an opportunity to explore and also take in the beauty of the area they are visiting. For many South Africans, taking a tour around South Africa isn’t always possible due to the demands of work. When they do though, they have quite a number of options available, such as the quaint town of Clarens in the Free State.
This is a small town that was founded in 1912, in the eastern part of the Free State. Today it has developed into a tourist destination that hosts a number of people throughout the year who are looking to explore their horizons. The area has a number of activities that visitors can enjoy. Whether exploring the mountains while hiking or riding mountain bikes, or by skiing, visitors in the area can cherry-pick what they want to do.
Following a long day of fun activities, visitors will want a quality accommodation venue to come back to. The good news is that accommodation in the area offers visitors quite a number of options from which to choose.
There are hotels, chalets, guest houses, cottages, studio apartments as well as self-catering guest houses.
Rates are quite affordable as well. Rooms are available from R1137 per night.
The Ambleside self-catering guest house is at the base of the Maluti mountain range, offering guests access to a one-of-a-kind experience.
More about Ambleside
The cottage has three bedrooms and one bathroom. The main bedroom and the other bedroom have queen-sized beds, while the bedroom number 3 has two single beds. A well-equipped kitchen complements the entire experience by making it easy to prepare meals while relaxing at the cottage.
The fully-furnished house offers guests an enjoyable experience while in Clarens. With tastefully-designed rooms, guests can relax in the lap of luxury. The living area leads out to a spacious patio with more furniture.
Guests are also offered to park on the premises at Ambleside, so they know that their vehicles are always secure.
Children are welcome and pets are allowed on request.