As small a village as it is and having developed as a farm, Rosetta’s tourism potential is indeed striking. Set in a tranquil environment, Rosetta
offers the most spectacular views of the Dakensberg
Mountains in the Midlands. The village is well-known for its distinct seasonal characteristics. A vast range of wild flowers grow during the summer and spring seasons while autumn bursts with burnt orange and amber tones. The crisp winters fill the peaks and some parts of the ground with snow, which is perfect for sightseeing. A trip to Rosetta
is not complete without visiting the Kamberg Nature Reserve; here you can enjoy great birdlife, trout fishing and experience interesting nature walks.
Other exciting places to visit include the goat’s cheese factory where you can taste cheese and enjoy tea with scones, the Aardmore Pottery Studio and the Ugly Duckling curio shop. You can also enjoy hiking, hot air ballooning and excellent waterfalls in the village. If you are looking to spend a few night in this quaint town, accommodation in Rosetta
provides you will all the comforts of your own home. Rosetta
accommodation offers a host of cozy and quaint self-catering accommodation as well as well-appointed guest houses that will ensure you a memorable stay.