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  • TGCSA Grading: TGCSA 4 Star
  • Accommodation Type: Guesthouse and Bed and Breakfast
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Jedidja is set in a lovely tranquil garden against the backdrop of Naval Hill Game Park, in a quiet suburb close to the city center and N1.

Each room has its own private entrance from the garden.

Breakfast (Continental or English) is served from 6h30 - 9h00 in the dining room or on the wooden deck. A breakfast pack is available if you leave earlier.

Dinner is on request.

Shops, restaurants, art gallery and rugby museum nearby.

Secure parking.

Children welcome.

Take a drive at sunset to Naval Hill situated within a small game reserve, and watch the animals. Or visit / walk to The Botanical Gardens and Oliewenhuis.

Cancellation Policy:
the deposit is non-refundable. Cancellation 30 to 60 days prior to arrival - deposit plus 25% of total bill Cancellation 14 to 29 days prior to arrival - deposit plus 60% of total bill 0 to 13 days prior to arrival - 100% of total bill.
Facilities & Services available:
Babies
Children under 12 years
Elderly
Disabled (wheelchair friendly)
Honeymoon Couples
Pets
Airport Shuttle Service
Babysitting Service
Laundry Service
Ironing Service
Limited Room Service
Special Meals on Request
Self-Braai / Barbecue
Dining room
Cots available
Garden
Internet Access
Parking (off-street - open)
Parking (off-street - covered)
Tourism Information Desk
Wi-Fi
Afrikaans
English
Tswana / Sotho

Jedidja is a Guesthouse and Bed and Breakfast in Bloemfontein Free State South Africa
Directions:

Take the EUFEES ROAD exit into Bloemfontein from the N1.

From the Cape Town side, turn RIGHT at the end of the offramp, and if approaching from Johannesburg side, turn LEFT.

Follow EUFEES ROAD for approximately 6kms, until you reach a circle at WILCOCK ROAD, where you carry on straight through circle.

You will then reach the intersection of EUFEES ROAD AND WAVERLEY ROAD, where you will see the Bays Village Centre to your RIGHT.

Turn left into Waverley Road, and take the 4th road to your right which is INNES AVENUE. Jedidja Guest house is number 2A on your left hand side.

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Rooms and Units Available at Jedidja

Luxury, modern en suite bedrooms with ceiling fans for summer and electric blankets for winter.

Guests can relax on the patio, or in their own lounges with television and tea and coffee making facilities.

The bedrooms have private entrances from the gardens.

Each room has a ceiling fan, M-net, heater, electric blanket, fridge, hairdryer, coffee and tea included home made rusks.

Bamboo Room
The Bamboo Room is one of the smaller rooms at Jedidja, yet it is very comfortable for singles seeking solitude or for couples without children.
Sleeps 2 Adults

Fern Room
The Fern room with its private verandah is perfect for those who need privacy or work space. It can alternatively be linked to the Ivy room so that parents can keep an eye on their children.
Sleeps 2 Adults

Ivy Room
The Ivy room with its private veranda is perfect for those who seek privacy or work space. This room can alternatively be linked to the Fern room when parents want to keep an eye on their children.
Sleeps 2 Adults

Maple Room
The Maple Room is the largest room at Jedidja and is perfect for couples with small children. Apart from the main bedroom, bathroom and veranda, it has a small lounge with a sleeper- couch which folds open into another bed if needed.
Sleeps 2 Adults

Palm Room
The Palm room is a deluxe unit which boasts under floor heating and heated towel rail in its new, wet look bathroom. The bedroom has a solid wooden floor and queen bed, with a small lounge area and a private entrance from the garden.
Sleeps 2 Adults

Latest Reviews
The directions to the Guest House were excellent, as was its location. The owner was charming and made us feel very welcome: the breakfast was good too. The room was of a good size with a good en-suite. I would happily stay there again.
Alan Stanbury Mar 2011