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About Somerset East

To explore the enormous depth and breadth of South Africa’s natural spectacles sometimes you need to look at the lesser known towns that provide a true glimpse of the magnificence this country has been blessed with. Somerset East is one such location. With its riveting and dramatic landscape, ... read more

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pet friendly, apartments, bed and breakfast, cottages, guest houses, self catering.

8 accommodation listings in Somerset East. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:

Olivewoods B&B

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Somerset East

Situated between Cookhouse and Somerset East, at the base of a mountain, Olivewoods is a tranquil place to rest or ta...

Swimming Pool
Parking on Premises
Full Kitchen

FROM

R700.0

per night

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The Angler and Antelope

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Somerset East

The Angler & Antelope is centrally situated in the town of Somerset East. The guesthouse's elegance is its simplicit...

WiFi
Bar
TV
Aircon
DSTV

FROM

R750.0

per night

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Glen Avon Farm

Bed and Breakfast, Cottages, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Somerset East

Glen Avon Farm is a Bed and Breakfast establishment. A visit to this unique historical farm near Somerset East is li...

Swimming Pool
Full Kitchen

FROM

R350.0

per night

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Altenburgh Guest Cottages

Apartments, Cottages, Self Catering in Somerset East

An excellent stop-over for the businessman or travellers needing to take a break from their journey. We provide compl...

Braai Area
Full Kitchen
Laundry facilities
Pet Friendly
Aircon
TV
WiFi
Internet access

FROM

R440.0

per night

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Blue Crane Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses in Somerset East

Blue Crane Bed and Breakfast boasts four luxurious en suite bedrooms, each of them with a double bed, and one en suit...

Braai Area
DSTV
Parking on Premises
TV

FROM

R350.0

per night

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Somerset Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses in Somerset East

Conveniently located in the charming and historic little town of Somerset East is a comfortable guest lodge with five...

Swimming Pool
Wheelchair Friendly
Parking on Premises
TV

FROM

R695.0

per night

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Somerset House

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses in Somerset East

Somerset House was built as a school in the Colonial style in 1905 in Paulet Street which was the first street to be ...

Parking on Premises
Aircon

FROM

POA

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Wilton Guest Farm

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses in Somerset East

A short distance off the N10 between Somerset East and Paterson, with a good dirt road for access, Wilton Guest Farm ...

Swimming Pool
Braai Area

FROM

R350.0

per night

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More info about Somerset East

To explore the enormous depth and breadth of South Africa’s natural spectacles sometimes you need to look at the lesser known towns that provide a true glimpse of the magnificence this country has been blessed with. Somerset East is one such location. With its riveting and dramatic landscape, Somerset East completely embodies the natural wealth the Eastern Cape has been blessed with; furthermore, this is bird watching country offering excellent birding opportunities for all avid nature fans. Somerset East is located along the very important Blue Crane Route in the province; the Blue Crane Route heads along the R63 from Pearston to Cookhouse, and in conjunction with a number of farms in the area, was formed to protect the national bird, the Blue Crane. Due to many reasons, the Blue Crane suffered a sharp decline in its numbers and this alliance came together to protect the birds; while the Blue Crane is still on the endangered list it is hoped that these efforts will stave off extinction.

Besides bird watching, Somerset East has no less than 16 waterfalls surrounding it further accentuating its almost dramatic, but also tranquil atmosphere. Naturally, popular pastimes include walks, bicycle rides, picnics, and hikes where the amazing splendour of these sights can be marveled at almost indulgently. But it is not only about nature in Somerset East – there are a number of noteworthy landmarks of significant historical importance that visitors can discover and explore. The Somerset East Museum is a fine tribute to Georgian architecture and is worth a visit; its other unique feature is that it forms part of the Boschberg Nature Reserve. Other places of interest here include a picturesque 9-hole golf course, two dams, and local game farms that offer malaria-free safaris.