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Amadudu Guest House

South Africa, Free State, Harrismith,
Guest House Accommodation in Harrismith
Price Per Person Per Night from R300 to R500
* Prices subject to change without prior notice.

Amadudu Guest House Description
Miles away from home, worlds away from ordinary. Because people are our passion, we would like to welcome you at Amadudu Guest House in Harrismith, Eastern Free State! It is the wish of owners, Petrus and Amanda Weyers and manager that when you step into this harrismith accommodation you will have a little nest where you know that you are welcome when you cannot be at your own home sweet home. And because we know that you are not home, we have made every attempt to equip our guest house with everything you might need to make your stay enjoyable and to make yourself comfortable. We have 5 comfortable, well equipped rooms and 2 self-catering units
Harrismith is a small, charming country town, founded in 1849, but discovered by tourists only recently. Visitors remark on its cleanliness, and the friendliness of its inhabitants. It is the ideal destination to break a long trip, hold a conference or escape from the stresses of city living and recharge batteries in tranquil surroundings and excellent facilities. The town is well known for its gardens (both domestic and wild flower gardens), golf course (the oldest in South Africa) and links with the South African War, with close by battle sites, blockhouses and a military cemetery. There are also Boer, Brit and sandstone architecture to be seen. Indulge in open air hobbies like birding, biking, 4x4, hiking, climbing, golfing, history, water sport and lots more. Activities near Harrismith include trout fishing, water sport on the Sterkfontein Dam (the third largest dam in South Africa), bird watching and visiting well stocked game farms. The Drakensberg range and Maluti Mountains provide a spectacular backdrop to Harrismith.
Amadudu Guest House Directions
From Bethlehem: On the N5 from Bloemfontein / Bethlehem you will come into Harrismith. Go straight at the big 4 way stop (Wilge Park is to your right). When you come to the traffic light, turn left into McKechnie Street. Follow from point 2 below. From Johannesburg: On the N3 from Johannesburg, take the second Harrismith off-ramp - Bethlehem, Phuthaditjhaba, N5. Go right at the end of the off-ramp from Johannesburg. At the traffic light where Spur is on your left, turn right into King Street. Follow from point 2 below. From Durban: On the N3 from Durban, take the first Harrismith off-ramp - Bethlehem, Phuthaditjhaba, N5. Go straight at the end of the off-ramp from Johannesburg. At the traffic light where Spur is on your left, turn right into King Street. Follow from point 2 below. Once you are in Harrismith: After you have turned into McKechnie street, turn immediately right into King street. From there on there are also signs to the guesthouse that you can look out for. Continue straight on in King Street (straight on at 2 stop streets in King Street) until the road turns sharply to the left. After the road has turned to the left, make a hairpin turn to the right (towards the mountain). Go underneath the bridge and turn first left in Blesbok street. The guesthouse is the first house on right, on corner of Blesbok and Bosbok street.