Neat, luxury overnight accommodation available for 18 people as well as our honeymoon suite for you, if you want to spend a night of romance!!
Where you as a guest can make the decision yourself whether you want to enjoy only the overnight accommodation or enjoy our delicious breakfast as well.
* Coffee Shop, open only from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm on Mondays - Fridays and 8:00 am - 1:00 pm on Saturdays.
* Hair Dressing Salon, open only from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm on Mondays - Fridays and 8:00 am - 1:00 pm on Saturdays.
A warm welcome to our new wedding couples. We wish you a lifetime of happiness, peace and love. It will be our pleasure to make your big day very special and memorable. We know that your wedding day has many arrangements, planning and preparations so therefore we will make it easier for you and ensure that your wedding day will be successful with our professional service at our Wedding Venue
Hartswater is one of two main towns in the Vaalharts Valley; an oasis on the edge of the arid Northern Cape border with North West.
Up until a recent agritourism push the Vaalharts Valley was unknown by holiday makers and travellers alike. But as the activity of spending holidays visiting places in the countryside has grown in popularity, so the Vaalharts Valley, and the little towns of Hartswater and Jan Kempdorp, have begun to feature on people's agendas.
Hartswater has a particularly beautiful road leading into town. The 38 km stretch is lined with poplar trees. Known as Poplar Lane it is regarded as the longest of its kind in the world, and is a popular space for photographs, particularly wedding photographs.
Local wines are produced at Hartswater Wine Cellar under the Overvaal and Elements labels. Head there for wine tasting and pick up a bottle of their Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay or Ruby Cabernet.
But perhaps one of the main reasons for visiting Hartswater is the Women's memorial at the entrance to town. This tiny brick church has beautiful stained glass windows and a powerful sculpted relief fitted on the wall celebrating women's role in society. It was built in recognition of the role women played during the great depression – rather pertinent in the valley as it was during the depression that the Vaalharts Valley irrigation scheme was built to create the opportunity for farms in the area.
The scheme is thought to be one of the largest irrigation schemes in the world, covering 37 000 hectares and watering well over 1000 farms.
In Room Facilities:
* Bar Fridge.
* Kettle and cutlery for basic self-catering.
* Air-con in room.
* Basic DStv.
* Multi-Plugs in room.
* Benfontein Nature Reserve.
* Diamond Route.
* Dronfield Nature Reserve.
* Mokala National Park.
* Annabell’s Restaurant.
* Butler's Restaurant.
* Die Pont Restaurant.
* Skybar at The Half.
* The Half.