Salty Waters B&B is situated in Delareyville and provide overnight accommodation for travelers en-route the N14 from or to Gauteng.
Founded in 1914 and named after General de la Rey, Delareyville produces maize, groundnuts and sunflowers. The Dutch Reformed Church in Maun Street is a national monument and was designed by Gerhard Moerdyk.
There are facilities for golf, tennis, bowls, rugby, squash, cricket and swimming.
Barberspan, with its prolific bird life, fishing and boating is 15 km away. It covers 2 000 ha and is the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere.
The Henk Joubert Game Reserve is home to numerous anetelope species.
Accommodation at Salty Waters B&B:
All rooms come with double bed en-suite shower/bath. Small fridge for own use. Air conditions in some rooms. Braai facilities are available. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served on request only. DSTV channel are select with television 1,2,3 and E-TV.
- Cancellations of 30 days and more from the time of arrival: If new booking received for room 100% refund
- Cancellations between 29 to 15 days from the time of arrival: If new booking received for room 50% of total cost be refunded
- Cancellations 14 days or less, a no-show or early departure: 0% refund
We are situated in the main street (Generaal Delarey street) right next to Salty Waters nursery.
Children under supervision