Rooms and Rates


Ho Thabela Luxuy Chalet

(1 unit)

Room information


  x 2 (main is Double)
  Shared Bathroom


Description: Thatched-double-storey, spacious and luxury chalet. Offering two very spacious bedrooms upstairs, each with a double bed and a sleeper couch, a bathroom to share and an additional toilet/basin downstairs. Each bedroom accommodates 2 adults and 2 kids. Read More ›
Facilities:
  • Bar Fridge
  • Fan
  • Hairdryer
  • TV
  • Radio
  • Smoking
  • Safe
  • Tea and Coffee
  • View
  • Fully Equipped
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Towels
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Freezer
  • Provisions Shop on site

Jabula Luxury Chalet

(1 unit)

Room information


  x 1 (Double)
  Ensuite Bathroom (Shower only)


Description: Thatched open loft luxury chalet with walk-in shower. Offering an upstairs open loft bedroom with one double bed and sleeper couch. The rates quoted are for 3-4 people (2 adults and 2 kids). Rates for 2 people can be requested.
Facilities:
  • Bar Fridge
  • Fan
  • TV
  • Radio
  • Smoking
  • Tea and Coffee
  • View
  • Fully Equipped
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Towels
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Freezer
  • Provisions Shop on site

Shibula Luxury Chalet

(1 unit)

Room information


  x 3 (main is Double)
  Ensuite Bathroom (Bath and Shower)


Description: A very luxury thatched chalet with 2 bedrooms ensuite (one with double bed and the other with a double bed and single bed) and fire place in living room. Rock built outside Braai. The rates quoted are for 3-4 people, rates for 2 people can be requested.
Facilities:
  • Bar Fridge
  • Fan
  • Fireplace
  • Hairdryer
  • TV
  • Radio
  • Smoking
  • Tea and Coffee
  • View
  • Fully Equipped
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Towels
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Freezer
  • Provisions Shop on site

Articles about Bambelela Guest Farm & Wildlife Care Farm


A Family Holiday to Bela-Bela

Ruth recently enjoyed a wonderful weekend stay at Bambelela Guest Farm & Wildlife Care Farm in Bela-Bela with her family.


It is still. The sun is high above the hills. The bush is silent in the valley, as a trio of warthogs trot past. Suddenly, I feel a movement of air an...

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Reviews of Bambelela Guest Farm & Wildlife Care Farm

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"Great weekend "

(South Africa) Xolani | 30 September 2019

"I was at Bambelela from 27.09.19-29.09.19 with my cousins, I must say we had fun from the moment we entered that Leopard rock, security gave us all the info and Adele was also helpful, welcoming and friendly. The place was clean and neat, we had no problems and I would recommend that place to anyone..."

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"I was at Bambelela from 27.09.19-29.09.19 with my cousins, I must say we had fun from the moment we entered that Leopard rock, security gave us all the info and Adele was also helpful, welcoming and friendly. The place was clean and neat, we had no problems and I would recommend that place to anyone. "


"Welcome home!"

(South Africa) Louise | 31 December 2017

"From the minute we stopped at Bambalela we felt at home. Loved it that Silke shared her dream with us. They will see us again."

Facilities


Languages:
English Afrikaans Zulu German
Environment:
River Nature Reserve Mountains Countryside Fruit Farm Mountain Views
Leisure facilities:
Bird Watching Braai / Barbecue Communal Satellite TV Farm activities Game Viewing Garden Mountain Biking Pool Table Sauna Swimming Pool Walking / Hiking
General:
Curio Shop Baby-sitting Fireplace on premises Pets permitted by agreement Secure off-street parking Parking available Smoking permitted
In all rooms:
Bar Fridge Fan TV Radio Smoking Tea and Coffee View Fully Equipped Bed Linen supplied Towels Microwave Oven Freezer Provisions Shop on site
In some rooms:
  • Fireplace
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe

Policies


Check-in:
14:00
Check-out:
11:00
Kids policy:
Children age 12 and over are charged as adults.
Pets:
Pets are allowed on prior arrangement

Contact Details


Contact Bambelela Guest Farm & Wildlife Care Farm directly. Send them an email.


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