Bethlehem, Eastern Free State - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:A safe, tranquil and beautiful haven that enables you to draw aside and soak in the spectacular scenery and atmosphere. We can accommodate 10 people in 5 double en-suite self-catering units. 1 unit is fully contained, while the other 4 units share kitchen and living room facilities. Phase two of our project will be completed by July 2011, whereafter we will be able to accommodate 14 people in total, and all units will be fully contained.
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Facilities available at Foxhill Lodge, Bethlehem, Eastern Free State
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Non Smoking
Things to do near Bethlehem, Eastern Free State
Bethlehem, situated in a fertile valley of the Maluti Mountains on the N5 highway, is the largest commercial, industrial & educational centre in the eastern Free State & the northern terminus of the mountain route. The original settlers found that wheat flourished in the valley & hence the town was named Bethlehem (house of bread). Bethlehem was founded by the Voortrekkers during the 1840's & is ...
Clarens Valley, situated in the Eastern Free State Highlands, is known for its spectacular sandstone mountains and wonderful climate, and is one of the most picturesque spots in South Africa. The village has become known as the "Jewel of the Free State" - rich in beauty, with an aura of peace and tranquility. Clarens is endowed with more trees than most other Free State towns - the fresh, light green ...
Various short walks exist in the Golden Gate Highlands National Park, starting either at Glen Reenen or the Brandwag Hotel. The walks take you to scenic features such as ravines, sandstone caves, wooded gullies and viewpoints. The shortest walks take some 45 minutes to complete, while the longest one will keep you on the go for some 4 hours. Information provided with courtesy of ...
Clocolan is the second smallest district in South Africa, but also one of the top agricultural districts in the country. The area is know for the cultivation of wheat and maize, large cattle and sheep herds and the cultivation of specialty fruit such as cherries. ...
Situated in the scenic panorama of the Eastern Free State, along the Highlands Route, Ficksburg nestles between the foot of the Imperani Mountain and the banks of the Caledon River, the border with Lesotho. Magnificent views of the majestic Maluti Mountains form a backdrop which changes with the seasons, from the purple haze of summer to the snow-clad slopes of winter. The district is renowned for ...
Fouriesburg and surrounds offers a wide range of activities and is the quieter alternative to Clarens, just 30kms away. The yearly Cherry Festival has become a major event on the social calendars of many South Africans. Nestled in the heart of the mountainous Eastern Free State, the countryside is guaranteed to take your breath away. The town is situated in the beautiful Eastern Free State ...
Harrismith is a small, charming country town, founded in 1849, & named after the glamorous & hard riding British Governor, Sir Harry Smith. Harrismith is the centre of one of the five wool producing districts in Southern Africa and is the starting point of the Highlands Route. Many tourists use Harrismith as a gateway to the Malutis, the Golden Gate National Park and the Natal Drakensberg. During ...
As with other towns along this route, it seems artists and craft entrepreneurs make it home. It too has an abundance of guesthouses, some award winning, from which to explore the area. The obvious reason to stay over in the sandstone mecca, is the border post into Lesotho which is only a 5 minute drive, but don't make this the only reason for staying. Ladybrand, founded in 1867, is surrounded by ...
Marquard is a vibrant and energetic community and its people would like to invite you to visit the hidden jewel of the Free State. This beautiful little town, situated in the South Eastern Free State, is a peaceful getaway and is well known for its mountain biking, 4 x 4, hiking and horse-riding trails. Most of all Marquard is known for its friendliness. This is a town where people wave at ...
Phuthaditjhaba - translated means "The meeting place of nations." The flat-topped sandstone mountain in the area was first named QwaQwa, meaning Whiter Than White, by the San people. This either refers to the white snow in winter, or to the droppings of vultures which leave snow white markings on the sandstone. Phuthaditjhaba has a scenically magnificent location nestled in a corner between ...
Senekal is situated on the N5 and lies amidst the panoramic splendour of the Eastern Free State, on the main route between Bloemfontein and Durban. The magnificent Dutch Reformed Mother Church rests in the middle of the town and is "protected" by fascinating prehistoric tree trunks, which were discovered in the area. Senekal, with its enviable climate, clean and fresh air, atmospheric scenery ...
Van Reenen is a spectacular tourist region, one of those unknown gems that you seldom discover and when you do you say to yourself that was a highlight of my trip. Van Reenen was not even mentioned in the guide book. Set in a panorama of natural beauty the Van Reenen area offers gracious splendour to rural simplicity with many varied and interesting places to stay.waterfall ...
Vrede is a scenic little town with an imposing sandstone church. Vrede is surrounded by undulating, highveld hills. The town lies in the North-Eastern Free State about 20km east of the N3, close to the Mpumalanga border. The town was established in 1863 by European landowners of this area. It is surrounded by a large farming district. Vrede was so named after a dispute between the the founding ...
Warden is a town situated in the Free State province of South Africa on the N3 highway between Johannesburg and Durban. The town has one of the largest Dutch Reformed Churches in South Africa, with seating for 1,750. It was named after the former Harrismith magistrate Charles Warden. It is also one of the towns with the most potholes. Since 1994 it seems that the pride in the town has packed ...
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 28° 22' 38" E / 28° 21' 46.1" S
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Driving to Foxhill Lodge in Bethlehem, Eastern Free State
|Departing: Bloemfontein Airport|
|Address: D F Malherbe Avenue, Bloemfontein 9323, South Africa|
|Distance: 273 km / Duration: 2 hours 49 mins|
Go through 1 roundabout
|2.||Turn right to merge onto N8 toward Bloemfontein||3.0 km|
|3.||Exit onto Rudolf Greyling Ave||3.7 km|
|4.||At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Raymond Mhlaba St||3.7 km|
|5.||Continue onto R30||3.7 km|
|6.||Take the ramp onto N1
Partial toll road
|7.||Turn right onto R708||2.8 km|
|8.||Turn left onto N5||134 km|
|9.||Turn right onto N5/R26
Continue to follow N5
|10.||Turn right onto R712||11.1 km|
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