Klein Geluk Nieu Bethesda - We do hope you will love your stay in our 140-year-old cottage.
You will be met at the house by Carla, please phone her to re-confirm your arrival time, when you take the exit to Nieu Bethesda from the National road N9/R61. NB do take the Nieu Bethesda exit closest to Graaff Reinet, which is a tarred up to De Toren, 3 km from Bethesda. (The road outside Middelburg to Bethesda is a gravel road).
We are on your left hand side, in Pienaar Street, 5 houses past the Goat Shed and Brewery, the property before the Watermill. Carla will receive you at the property. Lizzie and Gum takes great pride of our very special house and garden.
The property is a typical Karoo house, built with mud, a flat roof, mixture of Yellow wood and Cape Oregon. It shows cracks, character, history and patina of yesteryear.
The house is furnished beautifully. There is a long bath for soaking and a fireplace in the lounge for the cold winter nights.
The kitchen has the basics for self-catering. Please stock up on produce before you arrive in Bethesda. There are only two general dealers in the village, both stock very basic needs.
Do walk the streets at nighttime. It is so special to see the town in the light of the moon and the stars. Do sit outside around the campfire and watch the stars above you. Switch your phones off, reception is not very good in the valley and the `no online` communication will help you to relax and unwind.
We do hope you will love your stay and the beautiful village of tranquility.
Accommodation at Klein Geluk Nieu Bethesda:
Romantica is a large double room with a four poster bed. Two windows provide ample light. The room has high ceilings and a bathroom en-suite. Heating panels, electrical blanket and fans. Views of gardens.
We are on the quiet West-bank of Nieu Bethesda, about 500m from the Owl House
Situated in Pienaar street below the one and only watermill in town.
Klein Geluk is a very special 140-year house. A haven for travelers that seek stillness, healing energy and purpose. The clay built walls are whitewashed, the shutters have painted the colour of the sky at sunset.