Villa Beryl Guesthouse
- Capacity: 34 people
Check-in: 15:00 to 19:00
- Address: 169 Hoog Street, Vryheid, 3100, KwaZulu-Natal
- All ages welcome
- From R1 380 per night (for 2 people)
Villa Beryl Guesthouse, is your home away from home. It is one of Vryheid's surviving classic old South African homes, with its sandstone foundations, Oregon pine floors, high ceilings and wide veranda's.
All 16 bedrooms are fitted with a flat screen TV, fridge, tea and coffee facilities, DStv, wireless internet and air conditioning, ensuring your stay is a comfortable one. 5 Bedrooms are Self Catering
Continental breakfasts are served and dinner is provided on request, serving traditional South African food.
Our property offers undercover parking. Each room also comes with its own alarm, making sure that both you and your properly are safe and secure.
Villa Beryl hosts conferences of up to 30 people, and welcomes anyone who would like to use our facilities for photo opportunities such as wedding or matric farewell photos.
The Vryheid Hill Nature Reserve is on the edge of town and offers excellent bird watching opportunities in a beautiful conservation area. The reserve includes grasslands, rocky slopes, forests and mixed woodland and is able to support a wide variety of animals, birds and plant species.
Many private land owners offer hunting and game viewing with accommodation ranging from rustic to very upmarket. Vryheid has grown as a conference and event centre and delegates can combine their Safari experience with a visit to one of the natural mineral spa resorts in the area.
Just 2 km south-west of the town on the Babanango road is the Klipfontein Bird Sanctuary, which includes a large wetland and provides a safe refuge for many rare and secretive wild water birds.
To the east are two special nature / wildlife areas; Ngome Forest and Ntendeka Wilderness and Ithala Game Reserve. The reserve is linked to the town by a good tarred road and also has a landing strip.
Vryheid was founded in 1884 when Voortrekker settlers were granted a large area of land by the Zulu King Dinizulu. The Voortrekkers proclaimed the land as the Nieuwe Republiek, with Vryheid as its capital and Lucas Meijer as its president. The republicï¿½s parliament building, the raadsaal, and the town jail are well preserved relics of that time. Lucas Meijer's home is now a museum.
Villa Beryl Guesthouse started on 1 March 2012, but this old house was built in 1903.
Guests that visited us in this time from when we started, always come back to our hospitality, friendly staff and luxurious accommodation.
- Braai Area
- Guest Lounge
- Kitchen Facilities
- Laundry Service
- No Smoking Indoors
- Malaria Free
- Satellite TV
- Self Catering
- Serviced Daily
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Free Wifi
- Conferencing Facilities
- Bird Watching
- Mountain Biking
Meal Types Offered
- Dinner By Arrangement
- Meals By Arrangement
- Air Conditioned
- Venue Up To 10 Delegates
- Venue Up To 20 Delegates
- Venue Up To 30 Delegates
- Secure Parking
- Behind Remote Gate
- Covered Parking
- Off Street Parking
Payments Accepted Onsite
- American Express
- Electronic Bank Transfer
- 169 Hoog Street, Vryheid, 3100, KwaZulu-Natal
- Guests think Villa Beryl Guesthouse is in an excellent location