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Fisant Guest House

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Atmosphere, attention to detail and personal service make Fisant, Bokmakierie and Hoephoep very special. Relax in style and comfort in this tranquil setting with beautiful gardens. Caring hosts have created an elegant and cheerful ambience.
Martelle’s B&B is situated in a quiet area offering splendorous four-star accommodation, passionate, professional service and tremendous, mouthwatering breakfasts.
We offer you spacious luxurios rooms where every visitor will feel at home. Equipped with private entrance,DSTV, microwave, fridge, private entrance, secure parking and tea/coffee facilities.Finalist of the 2001 AA accomodation awards.

Lionsrock Lodge

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LIONSROCK offers visitors the unique opportunity to observe big cats in their natural surroundings.It is situated 18km from Bethlehem. The Lodge offers a variety of accomodation facilities along with an excellent restaurant and a cosy bar.

Lavender Hill Country Estate

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Situated in the heart of the Eastern Free State. Breathtaking views over the Maluti mountains and beautiful landscaped gardens. Experience the luxury of 25 uniquely themed chalets, all free standing. 3 Reception halls, 2 chapels and a restaurant.
All rooms are en-suite with private entrances: Our honeymoon suite or family suite, sleeping up to six people. Double bedrooms.
Luxury [email protected] en-suite rooms and one complete self-catering unit, all suitable for the business or holiday traveler.Conference facilty for up to 30 people now also available.
Featuring free WiFi and a barbecue, The Green Olive Guesthouse offers accommodations in Bethlehem, just 437 yards from Dihlabeng Shopping Mall and Frontier Casino. Free private parking is available on site.

Bethlehem Info


The fertile valley of the Maluti Mountains inspired by wheat farmers to name the new town Bethlehem.