Bed and Breakfasts in South Africa
South Africa Bed and Breakfast / B&B Accommodation in South Africa - Accommodation where a full English or Continental breakfast is included in the daily rate. Other meals are often available as optional extras.
Bed and Breakfasts in South Africa gives you a unique, personalised travel experience with a touch of local hospitality (see other Advantages of Staying at a B&B). SA-Venues.com brings you a fine selection of Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, ranging from luxury B&Bs to B&Bs for the budget conscious traveller. [cont.]
Deal direct and save! Your enquiries go directly to the South African B&B of your choice - you pay no commissions or booking fees when making your reservations via the SA-Venues.com site. All Bed & Breakfasts listed on this website are registered, accredited B&Bs. [hide]
South Africa Bed and Breakfast
View Bed & Breakfasts by Province
Western Cape / Cape Town
From budget to luxury, Cape Town offers a B&B to suit any budget. Whether you choose to stay in the city, on the coast or in the winelands, you will find a bed and breakfast offering warm hospitality, unique surroundings ...
The Garden Route
The Garden Route's magnificent coastline is home to hundreds of B&Bs, all taking advantage of their prime location. The beaches, lakes, forests and mountain passes for which the Garden Route is renowned, contribute to ...
The Eastern Cape, with its scenic diversity, provides the tourist with a multitude of holiday options. From safaris to seaside holidays, the tourist will find the perfect South African B&B to suit their preference and budget ...
From the city of Durban to the Drakensberg mountain range and from the wide expanse of coastline to the popular tourist routes of the Battlefields and the Midlands, the towns in KwaZulu Natal offer a range of B&Bs, from budget to luxury ...
Gauteng / Johannesburg
From the jacaranda lined streets of Pretoria to the ever rising skyline of Johannesburg, Gauteng B&Bs provide an ideal alternative to the anonymity of hotels. Welcoming hosts, luxurious facilities and excellent security await you at a ...
The Panorama Route (with its scenic attractions) and the fascinating gold rush towns of Mpumalanga, are popular tourist destinations and offer Bed & Breakfasts with a distinct blend of history, warm South African hospitality and ...
North West Province
Best known for its game reserves, cultural villages and the Sun City Resort complex, the North West Province is also home to historically significant towns. Whatever your reason for visiting the North West, you will find a South African B&B in tranquil ...
The Free State is a rural province of wide horizons and blue skies, with farmland, mountains, goldfields and widely dispersed towns, all offering Bed & Breakfasts known for their hospitality and homely comforts. Bloemfontein, the City of Roses, ...
The Northern Cape offers the tourist a very different experience of South Africa. Little historic towns with quaint names such as Hopetown, Kamieskroon and McCarthys Rest, cradle the semi-arid Kalahari Basin and provide a welcome respite ...
Advantages of Staying at a Bed & Breakfast
South African Bed and Breakfasts (B&B) provide a number of advantages over staying at an hotel, including but not limited to:
- Better Prices
Given the same quality / standard of accommodation (room size, fittings, facilities available), the Bed & Breakfast would be less expensive than the hotel.
- Better Location
You probably enjoy a better location when staying at a B&B compared with a hotel charging the same price.
- More Flexibility
B&Bs often allow guests more flexibility e.g. extra bedding, access to the kitchen, etc.
- Kowledgeable Hosts
Hosts at a South Africa B&B have lived in the area for years and can provide better local knowledge e.g. best local deli.
24 hour reception and other
facilities only available at hotels?