Betty's & Molly's

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Betty's

Betty`s has been furnished for both the discerning back-packer and families, who want to experience an old-style way of living,.

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Molly's

Situated in the heart of historical Graaff- Reinet, close to all amenities. Molly's is just a stone throw away from central Graaff-Reinet.

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Betty's

Outside of houseOutside of house
Bedroom 1Bedroom 1
Bedroom 1.Bedroom 1.
Bedroom 2Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3.Bedroom 3.
Bedroom 3Bedroom 3
LivingroomLivingroom
Livingroom.Livingroom.
KitchenKitchen
Kitchen.Kitchen.
hallway to bathroomhallway to bathroom
EntranceEntrance
Bathroom 2Bathroom 2
Bathroom 1Bathroom 1

Betty’s: 

Betty`s has been furnished for both the discerning back-packer and families, who want to experience an old-style way of living, but with all the modern conveniences. 

Betty’s has a fully equipped kitchen, living room, three bedrooms, Bedroom 1 has a double bed, Bedroom 2 has a double bed and single bed, Bedroom 3 has 3 single beds. Two bathrooms, one with a shower, one with a bath and shower. Maximum 8 guests

Bookings

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Reservation , Payment and Cancelation policies

Unless otherwise specified a 50% deposit will secure your reservation

All refunds due to cancellations are subject to a 15% administration fee

Cancellation 31 days or more prior to arrival, full refund on deposit less 15% administration fee

Cancellation 15 to 30 days prior to arrival, 25% of full accommodation payable

Cancellation 8 to 14 days prior to arrival, 50% of full accommodation payable

Cancellation 7 days prior to arrival, full as reserved accommodation as quoted payable

In the event of premature departure or a “no-show”, the full extent of stay as originally booked and confirmed, will be payable 

Check-In and Check-Out policies

Check-in has been simplified and for safety, we have a no-contact process.

The keys are in a safe next to the front door. Easily visible and accessible.

Code for the save will be sent to you when the booking is confirmed via email.

An SMS with a safe code and a google map link will be sent to you the morning of arrival.

Molly's

Outside of houseOutside of house
Bedroom double bedBedroom double bed
Bedroom single bedBedroom single bed
Livingroom with KitchenetteLivingroom with Kitchenette
LivingroomLivingroom
Ensuite bathroomEnsuite bathroom
Bathroom (1)Bathroom (1)

Molly’s:

Molly’s has a small living room with a TV and kitchenette, a separate bedroom with a double bed and single bed and an en-suite bathroom. Maximum 3 guests

Situated in the heart of historical Graaff- Reinet, close to all amenities. Betty’s is just a stone throw away from central Graaff-Reinet. A mere 10-minute stroll will get you to most of the restaurants, museums, sightseeing, banks and shops. Betty’s is in the main street running East to West and situated next to a Methodist Church’s and opposite Assembly Church. It is very close to the famous Dutch Reformed “Grootkerk” which is the central point of the town. Everybody has to pass this church when driving through Graaff-Reinet. 
A visit to Graaff-Reinet is an experience appealing to everyone.

Bookings

DD slash MM slash YYYY
DD slash MM slash YYYY

Reservation , Payment and Cancelation policies

Unless otherwise specified a 50% deposit will secure your reservation

All refunds due to cancellations are subject to a 15% administration fee

Cancellation 31 days or more prior to arrival, full refund on deposit less 15% administration fee

Cancellation 15 to 30 days prior to arrival, 25% of full accommodation payable

Cancellation 8 to 14 days prior to arrival, 50% of full accommodation payable

Cancellation 7 days prior to arrival, full as reserved accommodation as quoted payable

In the event of premature departure or a “no-show”, the full extent of stay as originally booked and confirmed, will be payable 

Check-In and Check-Out policies

Check-in has been simplified and for safety, we have a no-contact process.

The keys are in a safe next to the front door. Easily visible and accessible.

Code for the save will be sent to you when the booking is confirmed via email.

An SMS with a safe code and a google map link will be sent to you the morning of arrival.

The Owl House

The Owl House is a museum in Nieu-Bethesda, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The owner, Helen Martins, turned her house and the area around it into a visionary environment, elaborately decorated with ground glass and containing more than 300 statues including owls, camels, peacocks, pyramids, and people. She inherited the house from her parents and began its transformation after they died.

The Owl House

The Owl House is a museum in Nieu-Bethesda, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The owner, Helen Martins, turned her house and the area around it into a visionary environment, elaborately decorated with ground glass and containing more than 300 statues including owls, camels, peacocks, pyramids, and people. She inherited the house from her parents and began its transformation after they died.

Her parents left Helen the house. After their deaths Martins started to transform the house and the garden, spending years creating a visionary environment. She is believed to have begun within the house, employing locals Jonas Adams and Piet van der Merwe to make structural alterations, and covering interior surfaces with ground glass. Windows, mirrors and lights further enhanced the illumination inside. Martins also used cement and wire, decorating the interior of her home and later building sculptures in her garden. 

Dutch Reformed Church

The first recorded church was in Church Street. Building of a church started in 1792 but was destroyed by fire in 1799 before it could be completed.  With the arrival of the Rev Andrew Murray in 1822 building of a third church was started and the second church demolished. The third church with its thatched roof, gables, clock tower and encircling wall was completed in 1823 and served the community for 60 years.

Dutch Reformed Church

The first recorded church was in Church Street. Building of a church started in 1792 but was destroyed by fire in 1799 before it could be completed. A second church was completed in September 1800 on the site of the present Dutch Reformed Church or Groot Kerk at the northern end of Church Street.  With the arrival of the Rev Andrew Murray in 1822 building of a third church was started and the second church demolished. The third church with its thatched roof, gables, clock tower and encircling wall was completed in 1823 and served the community for 60 years.

Camdeboo National Park

One feels a humbling sense of awe when you’re standing on top of towering dolerite columns overlooking the vast Karoo plains. Particularly so when you find yourself at eye level with a magnificent soaring black eagle and pause to contemplate the fact that these pillars, rising to heights of up to 120 meters, were formed by volcanic and erosive forces over a period of 200 million years.

Camdeboo National Park

One feels a humbling sense of awe when you’re standing on top of towering dolerite columns overlooking the vast Karoo plains. Particularly so when you find yourself at eye level with a magnificent soaring black eagle and pause to contemplate the fact that these pillars, rising to heights of up to 120 meters, were formed by volcanic and erosive forces over a period of 200 million years. 

Compassberg Mountain

Compassberg (Afrikaans: Kompasberg), is a mountain peak of the Sneeuberge range in South Africa. It is located 55 km due north of Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape Province. At 2504 metres, it is the highest peak in South Africa outside the Stormberg-Drakensberg massif.

Compassberg Mountain

Compassberg (Afrikaans: Kompasberg), is a mountain peak of the Sneeuberge range in South Africa. It is located 55 km due north of Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape Province. At 2504 metres, it is the highest peak in South Africa outside the Stormberg-Drakensberg massif. 

Karoo Cuisine

Eating and drinking in the Karoo is a culinary experience not to be missed. The Karoo is a large area with many towns! The region offers a variety of traditional and wholesome Karoo dining experiences to suit all tastes and budgets! From the deliciously diverse flavours of South Africa’s indigenous and multi-cultural rainbow cuisine to culinary specialities from all over the world.

Karoo Cuisine

Eating and drinking in the Karoo is a culinary experience not to be missed. The Karoo is a large area with many towns! The region offers a variety of traditional and wholesome Karoo dining experiences to suit all tastes and budgets! From the deliciously diverse flavours of South Africa’s indigenous and multi-cultural rainbow cuisine to culinary specialities from all over the world.


Fugard Festival

Nieu Bethesda is proud to present the first annual Fugard Festival to honour what is regarded as one of the worlds greatest playwrights. Come and join us in Nieu Bethesda for a fun-filled weekend for the whole family.

Fugard Festival

Nieu Bethesda is proud to present the first annual Fugard Festival to honour what is regarded as one of the worlds greatest playwrights.Come and join us in Nieu Bethesda for a fun filled weekend for the whole family.


Karoo Cuisine

Eating and drinking in the Karoo is a culinary experience not to be missed. The Karoo is a large area with many towns! The region offers a variety of traditional and wholesome Karoo dining experiences to suit all tastes and budgets! From the deliciously diverse flavours of South Africa’s indigenous and multi-cultural rainbow cuisine to culinary specialities from all over the world.

Karoo Cuisine

Eating and drinking in the Karoo is a culinary experience not to be missed. The Karoo is a large area with many towns! The region offers a variety of traditional and wholesome Karoo dining experiences to suit all tastes and budgets! From the deliciously diverse flavours of South Africa’s indigenous and multi-cultural rainbow cuisine to culinary specialities from all over the world.

Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary

Monkeyland, just outside of Plettenberg Bay, is the world’s first free-roaming multi-species primate sanctuary. Over the course of our tours – which we call “monkey safaris” – you’ll be able to see over 550 primates of various species – Capuchin Monkeys, Ring-tailed and Black-and-white Ruffed Lemurs, Gibbons and Howler Monkeys, to name a few.

Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary

Monkeyland, just outside of Plettenberg Bay, is the world’s first free-roaming multi-species primate sanctuary. Over the course of our tours – which we call “monkey safaris” – you’ll be able to see over 550 primates of various species – Capuchin Monkeys, Ring-tailed and Black-and-white Ruffed Lemurs, Gibbons and Howler Monkeys, to name a few.

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Tsitsikamma National Park

The Tsitsikamma National Park is a protected area on the Garden Route, Western Cape and Eastern Cape, South Africa. It is a coastal reserve well known for its indigenous forests, dramatic coastline, and the Otter Trail. On 6 March 2009, it was amalgamated with the Wilderness National Park and various other areas of land to form the Garden Route National Park.

Tsitsikamma National Park

The Tsitsikamma National Park is a protected area on the Garden Route, Western Cape and Eastern Cape, South Africa. It is a coastal reserve well known for its indigenous forests, dramatic coastline, and the Otter Trail. On 6 March 2009, it was amalgamated with the Wilderness National Park and various other areas of land to form the Garden Route National Park.

Addo Elephant National Park

Addo Elephant National Park is a diverse wildlife conservation park situated close to Gqeberha in South Africa and is one of the country’s 20 national parks. It currently ranks third in size after Kruger National Park and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. There is the main camp, featuring a swimming pool, restaurant, floodlit water hole and various accommodation, four other rest camps and four camps run by concessionaires.

Addo Elephant National Park

Addo Elephant National Park is a diverse wildlife conservation park situated close to Gqeberha in South Africa and is one of the country’s 20 national parks. It currently ranks third in size after Kruger National Park and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. There is the main camp, featuring a swimming pool, restaurant, floodlit water hole and various accommodation, four other rest camps and four camps run by concessionaires.

Jeffrey's Bay Beach

Jeffreys Bay is a popular tourist destination because of its surfing opportunities and the Blue Flag beach. Jeffreys Bay is famous for abundant seashells, great seafood and calamari. The nearby Kabeljous, Seekoei and Krom River lagoons host numerous water birds, and are also ideal for watersports like canoeing, boardsailing, and fishing. Every year, migrating whales make their way to Hermanus and Witsand to give birth, and whales can be seen breaching almost every day during the season.

Jeffrey's Bay Beach

Jeffreys Bay is a popular tourist destination because of its surfing opportunities and the Blue Flag beach. Jeffreys Bay is famous for abundant seashells, great seafood and calamari. The nearby Kabeljous, Seekoei and Krom River lagoons host numerous water birds and are also ideal for watersports like canoeing, boardsailing, and fishing. Every year, migrating whales make their way to Hermanus and Witsand to give birth, and whales can be seen breaching almost every day during the season.