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L’Orange one of the oldest houses in Haenertsburg. It was built back in the early 1960s. Karen Boyum (a humanitarian and founder of Thusanang) and two friends, bought the property in 1968. Karen is one of Haenertsburg Village’s valuable, “old stock.” Karen gave us an old photo of L’Orange taken in 1968. The photo shows a rather naked but modest two-bedroom house, situated on a rise, in a field.
Back in 2000 the Perkins owned, lived and painted the house. They canvassed village folk before painting the house, a flaming orange colour. The brightest and happiest house in the village. We acquired L’Orange back in January 2013. Village folk had an awful lot to say about the colour once we bought it, some urging us to change and others willing us to keep it as a patch of blazing sunset!In Room Facilities:
*Lounge area (Communal Lounge)
*Full self-catering kitchen (Communal Kitchen)
L’Orange is, “next of next door” (a good South African expression) to the “gold mining hole.” If you take time to explore 100 meters to the east, down Plein Street, the intersection with Goud Street, next door to the Cape Dutch house (built in the 1890s), you will find this Gold hole. L’Orange is perched in an area known as part of the Wolkberg grasslands, which is part of the Great Escarpment.
Haenertsburg has many festivals, which have interesting stalls, delicious organic food selections & local music. The sound of the marimba band goes well as evening draws the days festival to a close.Property Facilities:
*Free parking on premises
Lots to do, mountain walks, bird-watching, historical places, fishing, sailing & mountain bike riding.
|Property Type||Guest House, Self Catering,|
|Check-in||02:00 PM - 07:00 PM|
|Check-out before||10:30 AM|
|Cancellation Policy||Super Strict|
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Horse riding through the forest, walking around the quaint town, visiting the brewery, ziplining down the river and meeting lovely locals!