Before we get into all that Clarens has to offer the senses, let’s look at what you need to do to enjoy these indulgences.
A comfortable bed in clean, stylish surroundings and more is the only way to start an experience this awesome. This is what you’ll have when you arrive to claim your home away from home at Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering.
The hospitality of the team at Clarens Eddies is a major part of the charm that brings visitors back year after year, and they make sure that before they pack up, their next booking is confirmed, not willing to give this prize to anyone else!
If you’re looking for a perfectly delightful romantic getaway, one in which you don’t have to do the cooking for yourselves, then you’ll love one of the three open plan rooms at Clarens Eddies, a tasteful, comfortable hideaway just for two.
Of course you’ll have the basics such as a bar fridge, electric kettle and microwave, but with the plethora of eateries in Clarens, you won’t miss a kitchen in the least, besides which, you’ll be in culinary heaven.
As for the rest of the accommodation at Clarens Eddies, you’ll find everything and more of what you could possibly need for a thoroughly enjoyable self-catered holiday, for the family or a group of friends.
Now that you know where to lay your head, here’s a birds-eye view of of a few of the things that make Clarens a world that’ll satiate your senses:
With over 20 very different eateries in Clarens, there’s no doubt that you’ll be able to indulge in a different taste sensation every day during your stay.
Confectionary, oxtail, cherry pies, pizzas, ice cream, breakfasts that start the day off the right way and vegan fair, all come together to tempt the palate of every visitor to Clarens.
Restaurants and coffee shops spilling out onto pavements in the Clarens Village Square also make for the perfect setting to indulge in the best of wines, local beers and gin.
If you love art, you’ll be in heaven during your stay in Clarens. Visit galleries such as the Robert Badenhorst Gallery, The Blou Donki Gallery, The Enslin Vorster Gallery, Smudge Contemporary Art Gallery, Tina De Beer Art Gallery, Essensual Art Gallery and the Addy & Hoyle Art Gallery to soak in a visual feast.
Step into the Art and Wine Gallery to enjoy tasters of renowned South African Wines, or stock up on your favourites while you add a few pieces of local art to your bag.
Eye-catching natural beauty:
It’s impossible to convey in words the breath-taking beauty of this valley and its surrounding mountains. This is exactly why Clarens draws photographers and artists from around the world, to dip brushes into paint and to adjust lenses in an attempt to capture the sheer magnificence of all that makes Clarens simply magical.
You can feel the energy of adventure from the moment you are welcomed by Titanic Rock on entry to Clarens. Hot air ballooning, horse riding, hiking trails, bike trails, 4×4 trails, white water rafting…..no doubt you get the drift by now! The list is endless, if it’s adventure you long for.
Rich tapestry of history:
100 years on, Clarens has a rich, tempestuous history that has left its mark on every nook and cranny in and around this village. Bushmen’s paintings have place of pride on Schaapplaats Farm in the Golden Gate National Park and even dinosaurs have clearly left their mark for all to see, as has the Anglo Boer war.
The Clarens Conservancy is home to soaring eagles, and the Golden Gate Highlands National Park, just 20km’s away, is the playground for Black Wildebeest, Eland and Springbok, who peacefully share their beautiful spread with species upon species of birdlife.
Let the hospitable team at Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering be your hosts and your guides to a magical valley that fills all the senses far beyond sufficiency!