Quaggasfontein Guest Farm
Colesberg, Upper Karoo - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:Quaggasfontein Guest Farm is an excellent accommodation in Colesberg. It is an amazingly beautiful farm and a private game reserve which was established on 25 000 acres of pristine Karoo veld. Quaggasfontein is situated in the heart of the Upper Karoo area, approximately some 27 km from the town of Colesberg in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.
The De Vos family welcomes you to come experience the beauty, peace, and tranquility of Quaggasfontein Guest Farm accommodation, enjoy the farm hospitality in a safe, warm environment.
The farm is ideal for families who need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and seek to experience nature at its best, with game in their natural environment and rock art to view, this place is perfect to just sit back and relax.
Colesberg accommodation doesn't get any better than this- Quaggasfontein is a superb up-market destination where strangers become friends, and a place where one night is not enough.
The Farm offers a lot of activities, apart from game drives, hunting in season, and guided game walks there is a pool, tennis courts, darts and billiard room to name but a few.
All rooms have coffee and tea stations, fans, heaters, and an honesty bar. Soaps, shampoo body lotions for pampering and fluffy towels are provided in all bathrooms. There are rooms to suit all types of vacationers who need accommodation in Colesberg.
Guest accommodation at Quaggasfontein comprises of twelve double bedroom suites each with their own bathroom. Three suites are in the Chalet; it has a fully equipped kitchen, lounge and dining room together with a patio and outside braai/barbeque facilities.
Quaggasfontein Guest Farm is a splendid experience not only is it one of a kind accommodation Colesberg offers, but you also get a wonderful Safari adventure.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Quaggasfontein Guest Farm, Colesberg, Upper Karoo
- American Express
- Animal Friendly
- Children Welcome
- Diners Club
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Non Smoking
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 24° 54' 21.7" E / 30° 46' 11.5" S
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Driving to Quaggasfontein Guest Farm in Colesberg, Upper Karoo
|Departing: Bloemfontein Airport|
|Address: D F Malherbe Avenue, Bloemfontein 9323, South Africa|
|Distance: 254 km / Duration: 2 hours 40 mins|
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|2.||Turn right to merge onto N8 toward Bloemfontein||7.2 km|
|3.||Turn left onto Nelson Mandela Rd||1.2 km|
|4.||Turn left onto Markgraaff St||0.6 km|
|5.||Continue onto President Boshof St||0.7 km|
|6.||Continue onto Kolbe Ave||1.0 km|
|7.||Continue onto Curie Ave||1.8 km|
|8.||Continue onto Jagersfontein Rd||2.7 km|
|9.||Turn left to merge onto N1 toward Colesberg||154 km|
|10.||Turn left to stay on N1||64.0 km|
|11.||Turn right onto Sluiters St
Destination will be on the left
Bloemfontein Airport - Bloemfontein+ OPEN WEBSITE
President Jacob Zuma renamed Bloemfontein International Airport to Bram Fischer International Airport on 13 December 2012. Bram Fischer was a lawyer notable for anti-apartheid activism.
Bram Fischer International Airport caters for more than 400 000 passengers per year and is only 15 kilometres from Bloemfontein city centre.
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