15 accommodation listings in Ladismith. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:
Guest Farms in Ladismith
The Guest Farm consists of the Pinotage farmhouse (Sleep 9)the Chenin Blanc Cottage (Sleep 8),Crimson Cottage(Sleep...
Bed And Breakfast, Game Lodges, Guest Farms, Guest Houses, Hotels in Ladismith
All 3 rooms are fitted with king-size beds, with en-suite bathrooms. Top quality linen, towels, slippers, swimming...
Chalets, Guest Lodge in Ladismith
The lodge and chalets are all new clay brick cavity wall buildings with thatched roofs. A small section of the...
Pet Friendly, Bed And Breakfast, Cottages, Self Catering in Ladismith
Choose one of the 8 luxury suites, or a lovingly restored thatched cottage offering two bedrooms en suite. All...
Bungalows, Chalets, Cottages, Guest Farms, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Ladismith
Rietfontein Guest Farm is located off Route 62, which winds its way through the Klein Karoo, taking its travellers...
Pet Friendly, Guest Farms, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Ladismith
Come and experience the beauty and the goodness of the little Karoo, the very near (seems to be) galaxies of our...
Guest Farms, Self Catering in Ladismith
Touwsberg Private Game and Nature Reserve is one of those unique gems that you will only find once in a lifetime....
Pet Friendly, Bed And Breakfast, Self Catering in Ladismith
Ladismith Mountainview B&B offers guests affordable accommodation as well as a unique experience of relaxation and...
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More info about Ladismith
Located in a semi-arid region in the Western Cape and sandwiched between 2 mountain ranges, Ladismith is an exquisite little town, the buildings made up of a variety of architectural styles, giving the place a unique character.
Ladismith was named after the wife of British Governor Harry Smith during its formation in 1852. To show her gratitude, she sent the townsfolk £10 and a Bible. Many years later, the spelling of the name was changed to Ladismith to avoid confusion with a town further north previously named Ladysmith.
There are a host of spectacularly engineered passes in and around Ladismith, the most notable being the Seweweekspoort Pass that summits near to the Seweweekspoort peak, the highest in the Western Cape at 2.3km above sea level.
For an escape from city life simply to breathe in clean air, clear the mind and relax under big skies, Ladismith is the perfect destination.
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