Guest houses

Linwood guest farm

The foothills of the Maluti mountains are beatified even further by the presence of Linwood guest farm. Located 6km from Clarens, this well protected farm is surrounded by mountains which provides for peaceful and spectacular views.

Linwood guest farm can be counted on for accommodation, weddings and conferences.Guests can also enjoy horse riding, quad biking, river rafting, trout fishing, hiking and picnics.

http://linwoodfarm.co.za
058 256 1480
St fort guest house

If you are traveling to Clarens or just passing through as a visitor, one name you must keep in mind is St Fort guest house. Located just a couple of kilometers from Clarens, you will find a restored sandstone homestead which is set on 2200 acres of farmland at the foot of the Maluti Mountains.

This guest house has six en-suite bedrooms in total, five in the main farmhouse and one in a beautiful garden cottage. Biggest bedroom has a bath and a shower and can fit two extra beds, all the other rooms have showers.There are two single beds in each bedroom.Cold winter weather is taken care of with oil heaters and electric blankets.

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http://www.stfort.co.za
Ararat Clarens- Ideal Getaway for Nature Lovers
Ararat Clarens is a guest house that is an ideal getaway for nature lovers. Set in the town of Clarens in the Free State.

Ararat Clarens is a guest house that is an ideal getaway for nature lovers. Set in the town of Clarens in the Free State, this is a place that offers guests a welcome relief from the fast-paced lifestyle of the city. The town has become a thriving tourist trade.

Ararat Farm is in Clarens- an area that has become  well-loved by artists as well.  Lately more artists have moved to the area to establish an art trail to complement the cultural tours enjoyed by tourists in the town. Ararat Clarens is a farm venue was upgraded in August 2016. Since then it has grown exponentially and has attracted a number of guests. It offers guests an enjoyable experience, with luxury and quality underpinning the entire experience.

Honouring Paul Kruger, the area is named “Clarens” as an ode to the Swiss town he lived in on his self-imposed exile. As an area that has quite a bit of history in terms of the resistance wars that took place on the land, the town has survived all the upheavals. Known as a premier trout fishing spot in South Africa, the venue is only three hours from Johannesburg.

Since then it has grown to become a popular tourist spot. In the process this has created many more business opportunities for local entrepreneurs.

Owners of accommodation venues such as this have found new business opportunities by tapping into the various guests who visit the town looking for a calming, restful experience. The beauty of the surroundings has without a doubt added more ways to entice visits from tourists. The majestic mountains have also often attracted more photographers to the area.

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083 447 9925