Ladismith, Klein Karoo Kannaland - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:This accommodation in Ladismith is a very comfortable two-bedroom cottage. It is furnished to a high standard and has a full bathroom, and also a separate toilet. One bedroom has a queen size bed and the other bedroom has twin beds. It has a large country style kitchen and a lounge /dining room with Dstv compact and dvd player. There is a large stoep and a pretty garden with braai/BBQ facilities. Perfect to gather and socialise around the fire after a long eventful day. Parking is off road within a servitude access.
This Ladismith accommodation is in the heart of the town of which is also known as a gem of the Klein Karoo. Blossoms Cottage offers wonderful self-catering accommodation in a choice of two cottages.
Can accommodate four people in two double bedrooms. One room furnished with a full queen sized bed and the other with twin beds. The cottage is fully equipped with full bathroom, separate toilet, fully equipped kitchen, Lounge/dining room with TV and VCR, bed linen and towels provided. The cottage has its own private garden with large stoep and sweeping views of the Klein Swartberg Mountains.
The Old Smithy Cottage:
This cottage accommodates two people in twin beds, has a large en suite bedroom with shower and a fully equipped open plan country kitchen/dining room. Bed linen and towels provided.
Ladismith offers visitors a variety of activities, within close proximity. Hiking, Mountain Biking and Abseiling are some of the activities that can be enjoyed. A variety of architectural styles can still be seen in the old buildings of the town from neo-Gothic to Victorian.
Your hosts Richard and Ruth look forward to welcoming you to their lovely accommodation in Ladismith.
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Facilities available at Blossoms Cottage, Ladismith, Klein Karoo Kannaland
- Secure Parking
- Non Smoking
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 21° 19' 28.1" E / 33° 33' 34.9" S
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|Departing: Cape Town International Airport|
|Address: 37 Aviation Crescent, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa|
|Distance: 364 km / Duration: 4 hours 13 mins|
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