Boer & Brit Self Catering Guest House - Accommodation Info
Eight well equipped en-suite bedrooms with kitchenettes and DSTV in each room. Each room has either a double bed or two single beds, triple single beds or a double and a single bed (Family room).
One family cottage which can sleep six. It consists of two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, a double bed in one bedroom and two single beds in the other bedroom. The spacious lounge area has two single beds, table and chairs, DSTV and an open plan kitchen.
Enclosed and outside barbeque areas. Secure, off-street parking behind locked gates.
Rooms are reasonably priced all year round:
Double room - R250.00 ppp night sharing, single occupancy at R400.00 per night.
Triple room - R225.00 ppp night sharing (3 people), single occupancy R400.00 per night.
Family room – R225.00 ppp night sharing (3 people), single occupancy R400.00 per night. 2 Adults and 1 Child under 12 years R600.00 per night.
The cottage, which sleeps up to 6 people, is priced at R1000.00 per night for the unit for up to 4 people, and R1250.00 for the unit for up to 6 people.
Weekend special rates
Note: The weekend special rate is where you have a single price for a two day stay being a Friday and Saturday night.
Double room – R400.00 pp sharing, single occupancy R700.00
Twin bed room – R400.00 pp sharing, single occupancy R700.00
Triple bed room – R400.00 pp sharing, single occupancy R700.00
Family room – R400.00 pp sharing, single occupancy R700.00
Family cottage – R350 pp sharing min. 4 people, single occupancy R1400.00
We accept Master/Visa credit and debit cards.
Deposits to secure your booking can be made via Electronic Transfers (EFT).
Ladysmith is a very convenient halfway over night stop between the Free State, Gauteng, Mpumalanga and the north and the south coast of Natal. The town is situated tucked away among hills and from look-out points the Drakensberg, snow-, cloudcapped or clear skies, makes a beautiful backdrop in the distance.
A great variety of historic Anglo-Boer war museums, monuments and battle sites can be found in and arround the town. Day tours to these historic sites can be organised by arrangement.
Ladysmith was named after the Spanish wife of Sir Harry Smith, Lady Juana Maria de los Dolores de Leon Smith.
The guest house was named Boer & Brit, from the time when the town was under siege by the Boer forces, and several fierce battles ensued in the area. The emblem depicts General Sir George White VC in command of the British forces in Ladysmith and General Louis Botha in command of the Boers.
The Boer & Brit guesthouse accommodation is centrally situated near hospitals, schools, bowling clubs, the country club with an 18-hole golf course, and the central business area.
How to get to Boer & Brit?
Follow the sign boards for the Boer & Brit guest house from any of the main routes into Ladysmith, to 49 Convent Rd.
GPS co-ordinates: 28°33’04.69" S 29°46’57.25" E.
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& Brit guest
house self catering accommodation on our "Contact
Us / Directions" page.
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