The facilities include seven air-conditioned double rooms with private entrances and garden views. Guests are welcome to unwind under the lapa or cool off in the splash pool. Ample secure parking is available on-site.
Breakfast is thoughtfully prepared and served daily in our dining room. Guests staying more than one night can look forward to a different menu every morning.
Home Away B&B is managed by the owner, Dot Butler, who personally receives guests and ensures that every effort is made to deliver outstanding value for money to our guests.
In Room Facilities:
Air-conditioned double room with queen size bed, en-suite bathroom, DSTV selection, tea & coffee tray and bar fridge. Private entrance through sliding door.
Cottage with bedroom, bathroom, lounge, kitchen and dining room. The bedroom is air-conditioned with a queen bed, flat screen television, built-in cupboards and two high-back chairs. The kitchen is fully equipped with fridge/freezer, stove and microwave.
The discovery of gold in 1886 saw thousands of prospectors flock to Klerksdorp. Today, Klerksdorp is the centre for a large mining and agricultural economy and boasts the second largest grain co-operative in the world. Klerksdorp, also known as Matlosana, the city of people, or Klerksdorp-Matlosana lies on the N12 about 200 kilometres south west of Johannesburg. Klerksdorp began as a Voortrekker settlement on the banks of the Schoonspruit (clear stream), which flows through the city, in the late 1830s. Klerksdorp's streets are today lined with historic buildings and sites that bear testament, not only to these brave frontier families who crossed the Vaal River to settle here, but also to the gold rush, which brought thousands of prospectors to the rural settlement.
Swimming pool, beautiful garden.
Attractions include Goudkoppie Heritage Site (the old mining shafts dating back to the 18th century), Klerksdorp Mines, The Railway Station and Old Flag Room which was opened by President Paul Kruger when the line from Krugersdorp reached the town in 1897 - Klerksdorp's first national monument. Klerksdorp Museum and Klerksdorp Dam are also well worth a visit. Klerksdorp is surrounded by loveliness, despite the fact that it today thrives both on mining and agriculture. The Faan Meintjies Nature Reserve is just 13 kilometres outside of the city and well worth a visit. Take the 'ou dorp' (old town) hiking trail that wends its way through the old part of town, taking in all of the sites of historical reference, including Jack Scott House - an original tin house imported all the way from Britain. And there's an original distillery that makes an appealing visit too.
If it's greener vistas you are after, then visit the city's Plant House, a series of municipal gardens in town, or the Johan Neser Dam, on the Schoonspruit just northwest of the city.