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Maselspoort resort and Conference centre

Bungalows, Chalets, Health Resorts, Self Catering in Bloemfontein

Maselspoort Resort offers self-catering chalets and bungalows as well as a conference venue.

The resort is an idea...

Swimming Pool
Conference Facility
TV
Braai Area
Full Kitchen
Parking on Premises
Aircon

FROM

R125

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Sangiro Lodge

Chalets in Bloemfontein

Sangiro Lodge is on a small game reserve and you will probably see some antelope when you relax on the veranda of you...

Braai Area
Aircon
TV

FROM

R590.0

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Reyneke Park Self-Catering

Camps, Caravan Parks, Chalets, Self Catering in Bloemfontein

Reyneke Park is situated on the N8 towards Petrusburg/Kimberley and offers accommodation in 3 Star chalets and rooms,...

Swimming Pool
WiFi
Camps
Braai Area
Fireplace
Internet access
Parking on Premises
Full Kitchen
Laundry facilities
Pet Friendly
Aircon
TV

FROM

R320

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Nightingale Guesthouse

Bed and Breakfast, Chalets, Cottages, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Bloemfontein

Situated in the heart of the 'City of Roses', Nightingale Guesthouse is conveniently located and ideal for exploring ...

Braai Area
Conference Facility
TV
Parking on Premises
Aircon
WiFi
Laundry facilities

FROM

R540

per night

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Weltevreden Game Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Chalets, Game Lodges in Bloemfontein

Weltevreden Game Lodge is a private wild life reserve, where we offer an exclusive venue and setting to our visitors ...

Swimming Pool
Wheelchair Friendly
Fireplace
Braai Area
WiFi
Bar
Parking on Premises
Conference Facility
Internet access

FROM

R785

per night

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Kumbula Safaris

Camps, Chalets, Game Lodges, Guest Farms, Guest Houses, Guest Lodge, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in boshof, Bloemfontein

Kumbula Safaris means "place to remember" and is located on an incredible 1600-hectare farm situated in the Free Stat...

Braai Area
Conference Facility
Camps
Parking on Premises
Bar
Laundry facilities

FROM

R300

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Leeukop Game Farm

Camps, Chalets, Game Lodges, Guest Farms, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in boshof, Bloemfontein

Leeukop Game Farm offers comfortable accommodation in charming chalets or in lovely structured tents and is situated ...

Swimming Pool
Parking on Premises
Braai Area
Camps

FROM

R399

per night

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Reinheim River Chalets & Caravan Park

Caravan Parks, Chalets in Bloemfontein

Swimming Pool
DSTV
Braai Area
TV

FROM

R980

per night

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Leopards And Lace Wedding and Conference Centre

Chalets, Self Catering in Langenhoven Park, Bloemfontein

Situated in the idyllic surrounds of Spitskop, just 3km's outside of Bloemfontein, Leopards and Lace offers a little ...

Swimming Pool
WiFi
Aircon
Braai Area
Conference Facility
TV

FROM

R900

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Oliewenhuis Art Museum

More info about Bloemfontein

Despite being outside of the top 10 largest cities in South Africa, Bloemfontein is nonetheless one of the most important in the country. Bloemfontein is South Africa’s judicial capital and the capital of the Free State Province. The city lies almost in the centre of the country and is a regular layover for those travelling between Johannesburg and the coastal cities of Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and East London.

Typical of all cities, Bloemfontein has its share of schools, parks, business centres, contemporary malls, an efficient transport system and recreational facilities, however, much of the city’s historic architecture has been retained and a great deal of emphasis placed on greening the city.

Aside from the top legal minds resident in Bloemfontein, the city is also an academic hub with the country’s top-ranked school and one of the finest universities located here. It’s a cultured place where those who live here appreciate the sandstone buildings, the clean tree- and flower-lined streets and parks, and the reason why it’s called the City of Roses.

 

Top 8 reasons to visit Bloemfontein

1. Download a Bloemfontein street guide and explore the town on foot to see the unusual twin-spired church, the city hall, the supreme court of appeal and the many monuments. Stroll through the parks and stop off at Loch Logan Waterfront for a meal overlooking the lake.

2. The Bloemfontein National Museum is worth visiting if only to see the African Cultures exhibition in the anthropology hall. The museum has lighting for the sight-impaired, lifts for wheelchair access and touch exhibits for the blind.

3. Visit the Lamont-Hussey Observatory on Naval Hill, once owned by Michigan University in the USA and now a theatre venue. The observatory was opened in 1928 and built to observe double (binary) stars of which thousands were discovered.

4. The Bloemfontein Zoo has moved to larger premises and houses various indigenous and exotic species of animal in gardened surroundings. The zoo is a participant in a white lion breeding programme to ensure the survival of this unique gene.

5. The Windmill Casino and Entertainment Centre offers fun activities for the family. The centre features a 12-lane ten pin bowling alley, children’s game centre and health spa. Karaoke evenings take place every Thursday.

6. Take a 1-hour guided tour of Cheetah Experience, a big cat centre founded primarily to breed and release cheetahs. The facility has a variety of cats including lion, leopard and panther, and the centre strives to educate the public on the plight of these animals.

7. The Maselspoort Resort and Conference Centre is a short drive out of town to enjoy a day along the Modder River banks either swimming or canoeing, and also a popular spot for fishing. The resort has several swimming pools, mini golf, a 4x4 fun route and other family entertainment. Large grassed sections are ideal for picnics.

8. Bloemfontein is rugby country and Saturday afternoons grind to a standstill when the city’s cherished Cheetahs rugby team take to the field. Get your host to invite you to a live game or find a festive venue to join the locals watch a televised away game.

 

Transport

The city has its own international airport called the Bram Fischer (Bloemfontein) International Airport. There are several car rental companies both at the airport and in the city centre, otherwise order your rental online. Metered taxi operators are available throughout the city and Uber intends to begin operating here in the near future. Main bus liners servicing the Johannesburg-Cape Town route stop off in Bloemfontein.

 

Did you know?

In the 1880s, a train trip from Cape Town to Bloemfontein (1000km) would take 10 days. This could also depend on the state of rivers, sleepers and railway lines. Often, carriages would be placed on either end of a swollen river and the passengers transported via a river pont to continue their journey.

Author JRR Tolkien, best known for the Lord of the Rings novel, was born in Bloemfontein in 1892 before his family left the country when he was 3 years old, however, we still claim him as one of ours.

Another author, Rudyard Kipling, helped to start a newspaper in Bloemfontein called The Friend, its readership directed at British troops stationed here during the South African War.