Accommodation in Nieu Bethesda is both comfortable, quirky and offers all you need to make your stay memorable. Small and self-contained, this cottage sits in a pleasant garden in the heart of Nieu Bethesda. Have a barbecue with some lamb chops on the patio and watch the sunset before being dazzled by the starry night sky.
On chilly winter nights, our genuine Karoo mohair wool blankets will keep you warm and cosy. On warm summer nights we have cool, comfortable cotton linen for a restful sleep. Alleman se Huisie is self catering and can accommodate up to two guests comfortably in a twin room. If you do not want to cook, visit our local restaurant, The Karoo Lamb, for hearty home-cooked meals.
Life in Nieu Bethesda potters along much as it did 130 years ago, when the village was founded. Stone water furrows still line the wide, dusty streets. Night skycaps are unpolluted by streetlights and the air is still fresh and clean.
Nieu Bethesda has a working network of furrows, with water supplied daily from a spring on the plateau above the village. Residents channel water into their gardens using smaller gated funnels. Visitors can hike along the furrows up to the spring. Horse riding is offered at several places in the village as well.
The area around Nieu Bethesda is good for either a leisurely ride or a challenging ride for serious mountain bikers. If you’re feeling lazy, hire a bike from the Outsiders B&B and cruise around the village. Alternatively, wake up early to conquer one of the two mountain bike trails in the area.
Nieu Bethesda has no petrol, bank or credit card facilities. Fill up your tank and your wallet before you arrive.
The seventh night's stay is free.
Long-term rates are negotiable.