Country accommodation Drakensberg - see more about our guesthouse
Situated overlooking the Bushmans river valley and the Drakensberg mountains this country accommodation offers some delightful country fare. The Drakensberg referred to by the Zulus as "uKhahlamba' - "the barrier of up-pointed spears", or "the mountains of the dragons" is just the most perfect country setting for our country accommodation heaven. A world of majestic scenery and quiet solitude. A landscape of cliffs, forested river valleys, rolling farmland and unspoilt wilderness.
The Antbear Guesthouse offers you the perfect base from which to enjoy all that this mountain paradise has to offer. We specialize in providing affordable country accommodation with us as your private hosts. Our country accommodation features eccentric wooden furnishing in a thatched structure that blends well with the country side
Relax, enjoy the view, take walks around the farm and savor the delicious food prepared by Andrew and Conny. There is a lot to be seen and done in the area. Experience some exquisite bushman rock art at Kamberg or drive up to Giants Castle and spend some time in the mountains. Day walks or overnight stays in the caves or mountain huts are both possible and very worthwhile. For those of you who are fanatical about trout then you'll find yourself in the right area. The safari feeling can be found in the Weenen or Spieonkop game reserves and of course the midlands meander offers plenty of opportunity to buy some local craftwork or just have a nice drive.
Meals are part of the real surprises that the Antbear has on offer, as home made cooking is an essential part of the menu. We like to use our own home grown organic vegetables and if we haven't got, then we lean heavily on those local providers with similar attitudes to our own. We both like cooking and are up to changing just about anything to suit tastes or philosophies. Our cooking experience is in part a journal, a record of events and memories expressed in recipes. In the course of our travels we have filed away many recipes and with them images of people and places and their lives. How food tastes has much to do with the associations we make and if you would like to hear the tales of our meals we would love to tell them.
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