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Bethel Bnb

Oudtshoorn, Western Cape
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R 1,000
Avg per night

Bethel B&B is a guesthouse located in Oudtshoorn, the largest town in the Little Karoo region of the Western Cape province. It is situated in close proximity to Cape Route 62. The accommodation comprises six en-suite rooms in the guesthouse, as well as three spacious common living areas, one of which is equipped with a television and a separate dining room for breakfast service.

The guesthouse provides a complimentary continental breakfast, which includes yogurt, three types of cereals, grated cheddar and gouda cheese, bread/muffins/flapjacks, juice, and coffee. An English breakfast (consisting of eggs, sausage/bacon, mushrooms, toast, and tomatoes) is available at an additional cost of R50 per person.

Each room at Bethel B&B is furnished with either a double or queen-size bed, along with amenities such as a hairdryer, television, coffee machine, air conditioning, bar fridge, winter electric blankets, and complimentary bath products. The property features both an indoor and an outdoor pool, available for guests to use at their own risk.

Additionally, Bethel B&B offers two self-catering units. The first unit has a room with a king-size bed, a sleeper couch, a bathroom with a shower, basin, and toilet, as well as a kitchenette equipped with a fridge, three-plate stove, oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, cutlery, and crockery. It also includes a private braai area at the back of the unit with a wooden table and bench, a TV with basic channels, and air conditioning.

The second self-catering unit has a room with a queen-size bed, a sleeper couch, a bathroom with a shower, basin, and toilet, and a kitchenette with a bar fridge, two-plate stove, oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, cutlery, and crockery. Like the first unit, it also has a private braai area at the back with a wooden table and bench, a TV with basic channels, and air conditioning.

Oudtshoorn, known as the ostrich capital of the world, offers a variety of attractions and activities for visitors of all ages. These include taking in the stunning views of Meiringspoort and various mountain passes, going on hiking trails where meerkats can be spotted, participating in crocodile cage-diving, and experiencing elephant encounters such as walking, feeding, and brushing. Other family-friendly activities include camel rides, a "foofie" slide, and more. The town is also renowned for being one of South Africa's sunniest destinations, with many rain-free summer days and even sunny winter weather.

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