B&B at Bloem
is nestles in a quiet residential area in Bloemfontein. Situated in a quiet, leafy residential area, Universitas, on the west side of Bloemfontein, between the University of the Free State and the N1.
We are 1 km from the Haldon off ramp (N1 / R48 crossing). Easy to find if you`re only passing through. ± 4 km from Nelson Mandela off-ramp.
The rooms are all unique and individual, overlooking the garden, and some have in-room fireplaces.
Facilities available at B&B at Bloem:
- Secure Parking. Mostly in front of the rooms and safe for ladies
- Wheelchair friendly
- Card and coin Phone
- Braai facilities in garden
- Entrance to rooms from garden
- Playing pen for children
- Fridges in rooms
- Ceiling Fans
- Laundry Service
- Two rooms with fire places (must arrange for fire wood)
- Receiving of faxes and e-mail
- 65 trees/shrubs has been identified and being tagged
- channel 7 on the televisions is an in house DVD channel on a first come first service
- guests now have the extra choice of B&B at Bloem wines to enjoy
- besides the continental choice on the breakfast menu guests have three other breakfast choices on the menu to choose from. Room service for breakfast can be included.
We are centrally located for restaurants, theatre, shopping mall & shopping centres, hospitals and universities.
We have won several awards in the past.
Accommodation at B&B at Bloem:
We offer rooms with private entrance with en-suite bathrooms. Each room is individually decorated.
Beside double rooms, we offer family rooms (sleeping 4 people) and a two bed roomed cottage. Rooms all have a different decor. We also offer a special room equipped for people with disabilities. Wheel chair friendly and a brochure in Braille.
All rooms are equipped with television and coffee making facilities, and most rooms also offer a kitchenette.
Breakfast is served between 07:00 and 08:30 in our elegant breakfast room, Chez les Jourdan, which also houses our reception.
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B&B @ Bloem Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 4
Lovely place - they just need to have more options in the breakfast menu.
Rating: Reviewed by Hilton Chirambadare over a year ago
Bedlamp switch - connection not good. Electrical lead where kettle gets plugged in, has open wires - dangerous. Otherwise lovely and quiet for tourists who seek rest and away from city noise.
Rating: Reviewed by Karen Muller over a year ago
The place is nice and in the centre of the town/ city. The shops are accessible and rooms are fine.There is a need to maintain the garden inside the yard.
Rating: Reviewed by Reuben Khumalo over a year ago
We were a little disappointed. The room we had ( Hunters rest) has a kitchen, which is not equipped with plates, cutlery etc. The room was absolutely freezing cold, despite us letting Martinus know exactly when we were arriving and keeping him updated. The place is a little tatty. I was also surprised to be charged extra for the breakfast as it does not say anything of the sort on the booking. The rate is reasonable for the room, but one expects bed & breakfast.
Rating: Reviewed by Shirley Fawke over a year ago