What to expect when you book accommodation at Clarens Eddies

Before we get to what you can expect when you book a room or self-catering unit at Clarens Eddies, let’s talk about what makes this the perfect accommodation for a holiday worth remembering.

The staff work as an awesome team with owner Dawn Trevelyan to welcome every guest with the kind of hospitality you would expect from locals who love to share everything that makes Clarens so unique, with an open heart.

You’ll know exactly where to eat and where to go to enjoy art, history and natural surroundings that are abundantly beautiful, from an insider’s perspective.

The list of activities you’ll be introduced to by this team will be the gateway to a world of fun and adventure, with enough of a variety to keep everyone very happy as they explore the quaint village and surrounding attractions.

Clarens Eddies is also a very central location for a visit to the Golden Gate National Park or to take a game drive that includes a visit to lions that have been rescued from atrocious circumstances to be given a safe haven where they are lovingly cared for.

Afriski Ski Resort is also not too far away to make a day of it on the slopes before returning to the comfort of your home away from home at Clarens Eddies.

Taking a pony trek through the Lesotho Mountains or stepping into the basket of a hot air balloon all starts virtually on your doorstep, as does horse riding, cycling, mountain biking, hiking and white river rafting.

But, back to what you can expect from your accommodation at Clarens Eddies:

If you’ve booked for 6 people in a self-catering unit, you’ll be happy to know that you’ll have absolutely everything you need to make catering for a family or group of friends a breeze.  You’ll also have everything you need to keep the kitchen, bathroom and bedrooms clean, unless you’d like to give yourself a real treat and add an awesome cleaning team to your bill.

Two bathrooms will also make life easier for a bigger family, and the dining table has more than enough elbow room to seat everyone very comfortably.  Of course, all of this is would be incomplete without a private braai area wouldn’t it? Yep, it’s there, along with all the outdoor furniture you’ll need.

If you’re planning a self-catered holiday for four, everyone will be just as comfortable, with everything laid on in abundance. This includes soft fluffy towels, duvets that make bed a hard place to leave, and cosy couches that make curling up in front of the flat screen TV after a hard day of exploration and fun just perfect.

Now we get to accommodation for two!  Clarens Eddies has one self-catering unit perfect for 2, with all the goodies mentioned above included to make life easier and very, very comfortable.

If you’re not into a self-catered weekend or holiday, you have a choice of two stylish rooms that’ll hit the right spot as a place to lay your head at night, or laze to about during a day off from the many activities on offer.

You won’t have to worry about food at all. With over twenty restaurants lining the sidewalks of Clarens Village Square you may have to toss a coin or two to make decisions about where to go for breakfast, lunch or supper!

You could also take the easy route and ask the team at Clarens Eddies for inside information that’ll help in making the decisions, and they’ll be more than happy to make the bookings to secure your seat.

All in all, you can expect nothing less than the best when it comes to your accommodation at Clarens Eddies, and from the team that’ll look after you twenty-four hours a day during your stay.

Book today to make sure no one else beats you to it, or to enjoy the great accommodation specials on offer at Clarens Eddies!

Spend 2 nights at Clarens Eddies & get 50% discount off the 3rd night you stay

If you’re looking for affordable accommodation in Clarens, then you’ll be in the pound seats when you book at Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering. 

This is comfortable, affordable accommodation all year round, but with the great specials that are always on offer, extending your holiday is even easier.

How Clarens Eddies accommodation specials work:

50% off accommodation specials

For visitors who live in Johannesburg, Bloemfontein and Durban, a weekend in Clarens isn’t too far away to make it worthwhile.  From Durban it’s an easy 4 hour drive, and three hours from Johannesburg and Bloemfontein.

If visitors from every corner of the globe make sure that Clarens is on their must-see list, then we really have it easy!

Make it a three day holiday  to get the third  night stay at 50% discount.  Any which way you book your stay, you’ll get a great deal on the third night!

Keep in mind that this special does not apply to Fridays and Saturdays, but this is definitely a winner if you’d like to keep extra cash available to indulge in great food, collect a work of art from one of the many galleries or grab a few mementos from the craft markets.

Clarens Village Square alone will definitely have you hauling out a very tired wallet more than a few times, but it’ll be worth it considering the fantastic accommodation specials at Clarens Eddies!

10% off accommodation specials

You’re going to have to go a long way to find really affordable accommodation in Clarens, especially when that accommodation includes award-winning service, absolute comfort, privacy and style.

10% off for 2, 4 and 6 people comes to a really nice addition to any holiday, and Dawn, owner of Clarens Eddies, knows exactly how to structure these discounts in such a way that everyone gets to enjoy the best of Clarens at great prices.

As an example, 10% off for 6 people staying at Clarens Eddies translates to around R268 per person per night, which is a price you’d be hard pressed to beat.  2 people would only pay around R288 per person for a completely private romantic getaway in one of the most beautiful valleys in South Africa! 

A family of 4 gets to stay for around R200 each per night, making Clarens Eddies a choice that’ll be really easy on the budget, especially if everyone wants to get involved in any of the many exciting activities on offer for all ages.

The motto at Clarens Eddies is always ‘how can we help’!

The team that’ll look after you during your stay at Clarens Eddies has looked after and cared for thousands of guests since 2006, and they’re going to do the same for you, to make sure your stay is one that’ll bring you back again and again for more of the same.

Although Clarens Eddies has all you could want in terms of comfort from the 21st century and is perfectly situated a short walk from Clarens Village Square, you’ll be surrounded by an atmosphere and architecture that has stood for a hundred years.

Despite its popularity as a weekend getaway and holiday destination, Clarens will never become a noisy cosmopolitan centre, it would lose all the magic that makes it a bridge between the old and new world, besides which, the awe-inspiring natural beauty would not survive on the beaten track.

Book an unforgettable holiday or weekend with the team at Clarens Eddies to open the doorway to all that has earned Clarens the nickname of ‘Jewel of the Eastern Free State’; its well worth the trip to take advantage of such great accommodation specials.

Enter a world of awe-inspiring beauty between the Maluti Mountains & the Rooiberg Mountain range

Clarens is a place of awe-inspiring beauty, a valley that is protected by the Maluti Mountains on one side and the Rooiberg Mountains (Red Mountains) on the other, creating a vibrant work of natural art that is hard to replicate.

In fact, this is the very reason that artists make Clarens their home.  The inspiration drawn from these surroundings is evident in many of the art galleries that line an avenue dedicated to art in all forms.

You’ll find that even the art on display in the rooms at Clarens Eddies are all originals painted by locals, and collected with great care over the years by owner Dawn Trevelyan.

Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering is just the place for you if you want the right accommodation from which to venture into and soak up all that makes Clarens the ‘Jewel of the Eastern Free State’.

Comfort, cleanliness and style top the list of reasons that Clarens Eddies has become home to many visitors who keep returning to tick off more of the exhaustive list of activities and adventures on offer in and around Clarens.

The staff is friendly and caring, always ready and willing to go the extra mile to make your stay one that is far above average.  Most guests expect this level of comfort and service excellence to cost an arm and a leg, but this is where Clarens Eddies is once again the exception.

Affordable accommodation in Clarens is a given with this team, and for extra measure, there is always a special on accommodation added into this great package that makes a holiday in Clarens suit every budget.

Clarens is about more than just its art.  It also offers stunning hikes and walks that don’t require a high level of fitness, with each hike offering a different perspective of the collective beauty echoed in the surrounding areas. 

Of course, if you are into a tougher hike, you’ll be more than satisfied with what’s on offer at the foot of the Maluti’s and into the Rooiberge! The Sentinel hike in the Drakensburg is only one and a half hour drive from Clarens.

After spending the day mountain biking, hiking or white river rafting, you’ll probably be ravenously hungry, in which case you’ll have some of the best restaurants right round the corner from Clarens Eddies, waiting to invite you into a night on the town in this one hundred year old village.

The stunning shades of sandstone you’ll see in the mountains around you and from your window at Clarens Eddies is echoed in the architecture of Clarens, adding history to this quaint village.

About history in Clarens.  The dinosaurs were here first and they left evidence that can be explored to make sure that we know it.  Then the San made this valley their home, leaving their mark behind in the form of Bushmen paintings.

From there things went somewhat downhill with the Anglo-Boar wars and those between the Basotho’s and burghers of the then Boer settlement. 

All of this is in evidence in and around Clarens, waiting for all who’d like to take a trip into the history of this town that is little changed over a century later a journey worth taking.

There is so much more to Clarens than can be expressed here in short form that you simply have to make your booking with the team at Clarens Eddies to experience the very best of it for yourself. Second hand can never come close to the real thing in this case!

Book family & friends into the best accommodation available if you’re planning a wedding in Clarens

If you’ve settled on Clarens as the venue for your nuptials, you’ll already know you’ve chosen one of the most beautiful wedding destinations possible in South Africa.

Few will have taken the journey up to Clarens with you to view the venue ahead of the wedding, which means that friends and family will only be introduced to the breath-taking beauty of this one hundred year old village on their arrival.

Unless of course they’ve done a bit of research on good ole Google, in which case a romantic wedding won’t be all that they’ll be looking forward to!

Words cannot sufficiently describe the patchwork quilt that nature has designed in this valley at the foot of the Maluti Mountains.  Photographs and paintings come closer to the magic contained in every nook and cranny in Clarens, but nothing compares with drinking in the real thing.

Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering has played host to many guests descending on Clarens from all corners of the world to share in the romance and joy any wedding brings, and to celebrate in an atmosphere that cannot be replicated anywhere else.

Clarens certainly has bragging rights about being a one-of-a-kind wedding destination in South Africa, having earned the lovingly bestowed nickname of ‘Jewel of the Eastern Free State’.

Family and friends will obviously want to be able to explore while you and the groom get ready for the big day, and Clarens has enough to keep everyone busy, from the younger to the older generation.

Many visitors extend their bookings so that they are able to enjoy far more than just a whistle-stop tour of everything there is to see and do in Clarens, before and after the wedding.

The staff at Clarens Eddies have a way of making every guest feel welcome and right at home for their stay, assisting with insider tips on where to go and what to do, to make it a truly special experience over and above the happy occasion.

Here are a few suggestions, taken from a long list of activities in Clarens, that’ll keep every generation happy as preparations for the wedding get underway:

For the kids:

Kids love dinosaurs, no doubt about it, and the experience of following in the footsteps of dinosaurs in Clarens will definitely give them a great story to take back home.  They’ll be taken by an expert on palaeontology to explore the tracks, claws, teeth and other bones left behind by these giants billions of years ago.

For young adults:

There’s a full plate to tuck into for teens and young adults, it’s picking the activity that’s going to present a challenge! Horse riding, white river rafting, cycling, swimming, hot air balloon rides and moreare there for the taking, though many of these are great for the whole family too.

For the laid-back generation:

The older generation, having raised the kids and now enjoying their grandchildren, will definitely appreciate some of the gentler aspects of Clarens.

A stroll to Clarens Village Square is an experience on its own, with the aroma’s spilling out of over twenty coffee shops and restaurants lining the square calling visitors to take a break from exploring art galleries, gift shops and an eclectic mix of crafts.

Above all, booking family and friends into Clarens Eddies is your assurance that they’ll enjoy the ultimate in comfort and style, as well as being on the receiving end of award-winning service excellence as they share in the joy of your very special day.

Looking for the best insider information about Clarens?

The locals know best, no matter where you go on holiday, and Clarens is no exception to this rule.

Clarens is known as the Jewel of the Free State, and the many facets of this jewel definitely deserve mention if you’re planning a weekend getaway.  If you’ve got more time, stretch your break in Clarens so that you immerse yourself in all that makes this village truly unique.

Although Clarens is still very much a village, it has become a sought after holiday destination for international and local visitors.  Many visitors who travel the short distance from Johannesburg, Durban and Bloemfontein make it a rule to get to Clarens as often as possible,to breathe in the fresh air and soak up the beauty of the valley.

The picturesque village, along with the stunning beauty born of the position it holds in the foothills of the Maluti Mountains, with the Red Mountains forming part of the valley, creates a magic hard to replicate anywhere else in South Africa.

Mother Nature, in all her glory, is on vibrant display through the seasons, making Clarens the perfect place to holiday throughout the year, which is all part of the magnetism that draws visitors year after year.

Despite this, Clarens is still a village completely at peace and in sync with its natural surroundings. This is no busy, noisy metropolis, but it has everything you need for an unforgettable weekend break.

If you’ve booked your accommodation at Clarens Eddies B&B and Self-catering, you’re in for a treat in terms of laying your hands on all the inside information you need to get the best out of your stay.

Let’s start with the hospitality you can look forward to during your stay at Clarens Eddies.

This is a team that’s won consecutive certificates of service excellence since 2014 from both an international and local booking website, which should give you a good idea of what’s in store for you in terms of service.

Living in paradise has made the team at Clarens Eddies as warm and hospitable as you would expect, from the first welcome as you arrive, to making sure you have everything you need to make your stay utterly comfortable.

You can expect service 24 hours a day from a team passionate about your comfort, made possible by the fact that Clarens Eddies is just big enough to sleep a total of sixteen guests, but small enough to make the service personalised.

Once you’ve unpacked and are ready for a look-see, Dawn Trevelyan and her staff will give you the low-down on everything you need to know about what to do in Clarens.

Dawn and her staff know where you’ll find the best food in town, and they’ll make sure they know what you’re looking for before they make their recommendations.  Bookings for breakfast, lunch and supper in any of the many restaurants in Clarens will be made for you, with pleasure.

If you’d like to know about hiking in Clarens, Dawn knows them all like the back of her hand!  Let her know whether you want to take an easy stroll or work up a bit of a sweat.Either way, she’ll send you off in the right direction for an unforgettable hike.

As for the over thirty activities to do in Clarens, well.  You’ll need some honest, down-to-earth inside information here to make sure you get out there and try your hand at the best of these activities to suit your ideas of fun.

Book your accommodation at Clarens Eddies today for the best of everything you could hope for on a weekend getaway, including great specials that make prolonging your stay even more affordable than usual.

Experience the extraordinary on holiday in Clarens

As a village that was established in 1912, there is no shortage of history in and around Clarens.  Cultures have come and gone since the Khoisan left rock paintings as evidence of their time spent in the area, before the Europeans moved in during the 1800’s.

The Basotho people fought hard to save a place for themselves in the face of massacres and terror perpetrated by chief of the Matabele, Silkaats, who succeeded in dispersing most of the black tribes in the area through sheer brutality.

Having managed to cling to a place for themselves in the Eastern Free State, things turned bloody between the Basotho and local burghers (Afrikaans settlers).

All it took to start a war that lasted a year between the boers and Basotho. Today you can see the monument erected to honour five burghers murdered during this war, right in the Clarens Village Square.

The Second Boer War, fought by the Republic of Transvaal and the Orange Free State (known today as the Free State) against the British Empire was the last in a long history of bloodshed before peace returned to this beautiful region.

After all the bloodshed, Clarens and the area surrounding this Jewel of the Free State, finally found a peace that befitted the beauty of this valley.

If history doesn’t do it for you, perhaps you’d like to indulge your taste in art in one of the many art galleries in Clarens. There is such a mixture of art on display around the village that you’ll find exactly what you like among the various styles on display.

Because Clarens is a well-known artist’s haven, you can expect to see the work of artists who are already well established, and those who are just beginning to offer glimpses into the inspiration drawn from this beautiful area.

Since Clarens is only a two to three hour drive from Joburg, Bloemfontein and a bit longer from Durban, you should have plenty of room in the car for a few stunning pieces of art from Clarens!

So, if history or art doesn’t grab you, the food will!  Food is a central part of life around the Clarens Village Square, which makes sense when you consider that there’re over twenty eateries to choose from in this small village.

If all you can do is spend two or three days in Clarens, you’ll be able to have breakfast, lunch and tea in a different spot every day, with ease.

Then there’s the delightful craft beer brewed at Clarens Brewery.  The passion for what these guys do in brewing craft beer and the distilling of artisanal gin is infectious, which will easily have you hanging around far longer than planned.

If what you need is excitement and adventure to top it all, you could not pick a better holiday spot than Clarens!

The activities on offer are mind boggling in the extreme! Bring along your mountain bike to enjoy the beauty of trails that are easy enough for those not too into straining themselves, or go for the tougher ones if you really want to work it.

Flyfishing, white water rafting, hot air ballooning, horse riding, cycling, hiking, quad biking ….. and on and on! There is no end to what you can do with any spare time you have on your hands in Clarens.

If this has you chomping at the bit to pack up and get to this beautiful valley in the Eastern Free State, contact the warm, hospitable team at Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering and book your pillow for the duration.

By the way, a weekend in Clarens is magic, but, it’s guaranteed you’ll be back for a longer stay next time to make up for what you couldn’t explore first time round!



Everything you need to know about Clarens Eddies B&B and Self-Catering

There’s a lot more to Clarens Eddies B&B and Self-Catering than its structure or building, which is great by the way.

It’s everything inside that counts, along with an awesome staff willing to go to great lengths to make your stay memorable.  The caring attitude you can expect is all part of what makes Clarens Eddies an award winning combination of hospitality, comfort and style.

The generosity of owner Dawn and her fantastic staff is felt in everything they do, from making sure that you’re utterly at home in your digs, to offering assistance in making bookings for restaurants and other activities.

With 24 hour service available, you can rest assured that there’ll always be a member of staff on hand to offer any assistance you need to make your stay as comfortable as possible, even after hours.

In terms of accommodation, you can look forward to retiring to your room or self-catering unit in absolute privacy, since each room or unit has its own private entrance.

The rooms are dressed in an entirely unique fashion, bringing style, comfort and art together in perfect harmony.  There’s not much by way of duplication in any of the rooms, and the artwork displayed in all rooms are all originals from local artists.

Here’s a visual sample of what real taste, individuality and comfort looks like at Clarens Eddies:


If you think you can handle this much comfort on holiday, then this couch is just the place for you!

Clarens Eddies was designed to cater to guests planning to bring the family along on a self-catered holiday, or as a romantic getaway that sees guests eating out at the many restaurants in the Clarens Village Square.

If you’re going the self-catering route, everything is laid on, but just to set your mind at ease for when you’re packing, the team has made a convenient list of all you don’t need to pack on their website.

All you need to do is make sure the army you’re catering for is well provisioned in terms of goodies to eat (leave the complicated recipes at home!), clothing for hot days and for the cooler evenings, and, all the gadgets the kids and teenagers refuse to be torn from!

A great WiFi connection is an absolute necessity for these gadgets of course. Dawn has made sure that the uncapped WiFi with two WiFi boosters will keep the techies very happy.

For those who love to snuggle up after a day of adventure in Clarens, a flat screen TV with selected DSTV channels is on hand.

If you’re into a real break, minus the cooking, you’ll be happy to know that two of the rooms that sleep two will suit your romantic getaway perfectly! 

You will have a toaster, microwave, kettle and fridge in your room for midday or midnight snacks, but most of the time you’ll be feasting out on the village square.

There is a self-catering unit that sleeps two, if you’ve decided that you want to give in to the passion you have for cooking up romantic dinners!

If you want to get up close and personal with the most comfortable, affordable accommodation in Clarens, then you owe it to yourself to contact this friendly team to make your booking, post haste!




Are you in the market for affordable accommodation in Clarens?

Finding affordable accommodation in a village as beautiful as Clarens means that you’d have a lot more lolly to spend on the fabulous food, art and multitude of activities on hand, all of which are excellent reasons for saving on accommodation.

A lot can go wrong when you’re looking for accommodation that’ll allow you to explore with a pocketful of change, sight unseen and without recommendations.

What’s important is that you do your homework thoroughly before committing your holiday budget for the right accommodation.

What you need to check into and compare to Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering:


It’s important to know something about the history of the accommodation you choose.  It helps to set your mind at ease about your choice when you get a feel for the people behind the establishment, which gives you an idea about the level of commitment to consistency in every way.

Clarens Eddies was completed in 2006, which means that it’s a very well-established home away from home that’s maintained an unwavering reputation for excellence.

In fact, this awesome team has received Certificates of Excellence from top booking sites TRIPADVISOR and BOOKING.COM, all earned solely on the reviews of guests.


Take the time to explore what people have to say about their stay.  Make sure that the B&B or Self-Catering establishment has recommendations that are provided by an independent review website.

This means that neither the owner or staff have managed to garner support directly from guests, who may feel under obligation to say what the establishment wants to hear to pass on to future guests.

Read the reviews on the Clarens Eddies website, it’s worth it when you find that each recommendation is the real deal.


If the exterior and interior of the B&B and other accommodation is not kept in pristine condition, you can rest assured that everything else will be of the same standard.

Hygiene is another issue to look at in this category, especially if this is essential to you for added comfort. 

Hygiene is something you can control at home.  Towels, beds and bedding are kept clean and fresh under your own roof, which is what you should expect from the accommodation you choose in Clarens.

Dawn and her team keep everything at Clarens Eddies to the highest standard, which is part of the reason so many guests return year after year, knowing exactly what they can expect.


You want to know that the time you set aside for a holiday away from the craziness of daily life will be the ultimate in comfort. Find out more about how the owner and staff feel about your comfort in terms of a good bed and good linen.  Tacky unravelling linen and towels should alert you to the attitude that’ll be prevalent during your stay.

There’s absolutely nothing tacky about the creature comforts at Clarens Eddies!


Style and comfort belong together on holiday! If you’ve already done a bit of research into what you’d expect when booking accommodation at Clarens Eddies B&B/Self-catering, you’ll find that style is important to this team.

Every room is tastefully furnished, with a unique take on the predominance of art in the area, using the work of local artists to adorn the walls of each room and unit, as well as in the Eddies art gallery.


The views from Clarens Eddies are spectacular.  Watching thunderstorms, sunsets and sunrises at the beginning and end of each day is a wow factor that makes the accommodation extra special.


The fact that Clarens Eddies is just a short walk away from the centre of old world Clarens Village is another plus.  Why drive to enjoy over twenty restaurants, take in a plethora of art galleries, bookshops and crafts on display, when you can take a gentle stroll there?

With this exceptional quality available for the most affordable accommodation in Clarens, why look elsewhere?

Explore the Clarens Eddies website for more information, it’ll make the decision to plan your booking for an unforgettable holiday a no brainer!

Journey to the heart of Clarens on a 3 hour road trip from Joburg, Bloemfontein or Durban.

Who says you can’t have peace and adventure at the same time?  Whoever it is, ignore them, they simply haven’t experienced Clarens!

Clarens is just 3 to 4 hours away from Durban, Johannesburg or Bloem, an easy road trip that holds a ton of excitement at the end of it. 

We need to explore more of our backyard and not leave it to international visitors to discover hidden gems off the beaten track like Clarens.

The peace is definitely there if you need a break from noise pollution, traffic jams and hectic days.  You can veg completely in this beautiful valley, but it’s highly unlikely you will!

There’s just too much to see and enjoy in this picturesque village hugging the foot of the Maluti Mountains.

The views of the surrounding Malutis and Redberg Mountains are breath-taking, and you’ll be enveloped in all the peace you need that pervades the natural beauty, without a doubt.

Bird watching and fishing in Clarens is irresistible, if that’s about as much energy as you want to expend on your holiday.

There are also gentle walking trails that dot the entire area around Clarens that will appeal, especially if you’re looking for spectacular views of the valley, and they don’t take much effort at all. Of course there is the walks for the very fit walker!!

If you’re looking for real body, mind and spirit rejuvenation, Clarens is the place to be. A day at any of the spas and wellness centres in Clarens will do just the trick to take you back to daily life completely refreshed.

If you’re looking for a bit of adventure in Clarens, well, you’re going to get a lot more than just a bit!  Head for the sky and stunning scenery standing in a hot air balloon, or, get the adrenalin pumping while white water rafting, or abseiling off any of the sandstone cliffs that Clarens is famous for.

If you’re into biking, you’ll love the biking trails in Clarens!  Naturally this is also an area that lures quad bikers by the thousands each year, and you can add fantastic 4×4 drives to the mix as well.

This is also horse country, and with beautiful trails that’ll take you through the Maluti Mountains and into Lesotho, where you could spend days trekking in the saddle, and still not cover all there is to explore.

Here’s the thing though; before you pack up the car and trailer, you’ll want to know that you’ve booked the best accommodation in Clarens. This will be central to everything you’d like to do at the end of this road trip!

Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering offers just that. A central jumping off point for everything you’d like to do, from enjoying the peace and serenity, to outrageous adventure.

At Clarens Eddies you can look forward to comfort in style, a warm welcome that speaks volumes about the hospitality that comes with the territory in this beautiful valley, and award winning service.

Clarens isn’t known as the Jewel of the Free State for nothing, so why not find out for yourself.  Book, pack up the car and look forward to an unforgettable mixture of peace and adventure!

Looking for a holiday destination you can visit all year round in South Africa?

If you’re looking for a holiday destination that’s not determined by the season, then Clarens is your best choice. And if you’re hoping for affordable accommodation in Clarens, you’ll find that any time of the year is perfect at Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering.

The staff at Clarens Eddies have spent years perfecting the art of caring deeply for the comfort of guests, which is one of the main reasons many return year after year for more of the same special treatment.

Clarens Eddies has won Service Excellence Awards from the top South African hub for holiday accommodation, booking.com, as well as from international booking site, tripadvisor.com.

These awards have been won every year since 2014, which should give you a pretty good idea of what you can look forward to when you book your holiday with owner Dawn Trevelyan and her team.

It takes passion to earn accolades like these, and looking at the consistency with which Clarens Eddies has won these awards, it’s obvious that the love for what this team does is unwavering.

The high standards you can expect from the accommodation at Clarens Eddies in totally in keeping with the absolute beauty of the valley that holds Clarens itself in the palm of its hands.

Summer or winter, you’ll be able to stroll from Clarens Eddies into the village to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner, at any one of the close on 10 restaurants beckoning you to indulge in a variety of goodies that melt in your mouth.

If you’d like the staff to assist you with bookings, whether for meals or any of the over 30 activities to enjoy in Clarens, you can rest easy in the fact that their recommendations and assistance will lead you to the best there is.

In June and July the temperatures drop a bit more than any other time of the year, but other than putting a bit of a damper on activities like swimming, you can go right on doing what you would at any other time of the year.

Of course, hardened white water rafting junkies don’t let this affect their wild sprints down the Ash River at all!

This is definitely the season for the warm fluffy duvets, electric blankets and fires laid on by the staff at Clarens Eddies, which will go down very well after a day out exploring in the crisp air.

From August through October autumn colours give way to fresh spring hues of green, while fruit trees blossom in outrageous colours to call all visitors to share in the renewal of life after winter.

Things start hotting up from October, until it gets to the warmest months from December to February, but even the heat is mild in Clarens.

There is no holiday ‘season’ in Clarens. Every year, throughout the year, visitors from South Africa and around the globe make their pilgrimage to the peace and tranquillity to this Jewel of the Free State.

Be adventurous and make a booking with the team at Clarens Eddies for a different time of the year every year, to experience everything that makes Clarens truly magical!

Dive into a long list of activities in Clarens for an unforgettable holiday.

Clarens may be the epitome of peace and tranquillity, the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life, but this is definitely not all you can expect on holiday here.

There are so many outdoor activities to indulge in, aside from great food, art, wine and beer, that you’ll need a lot more than just a few days to make the most of everything on offer.

A weekend in Clarens is great, but all it’ll do is whet your appetite for more, which means that even before you leave, you’ll be booking a longer stay at Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering, with far more planned for the next visit!

Here are just a few ideas of activities you might like to add to your wish list for next time around:

Abseiling & zipline

If you don’t mind hanging mid-air on a zip line, or abseiling off a sandstone outcrop, then you’ll be quite at home adding these two!

Hot air balloon rides

You’ll have to get up with the birds if you want to grab a hot air balloon ride, since this is when the air is at its most stable.  The view of Clarens Valley is one that is breath-taking as you float across the sky, leaving you with an experience that is unforgettable and incomparable with anything else.

Quad bikes & MTB trails

If you like your 2 wheels, then you have to experience the beautiful mountain bike trails in Clarens, or stick to 4 wheels for a quad bike experience unlike any you’ve known.  The majesty of the foothills of the Maluti Mountain Range makes these trails irresistible to visitors.

Horse riding

If you’d rather settle for a quieter option, one with no engine, then horse riding is a must, provided you love these beautiful animals of course. If you’ve never sat on a horse, not to worry, there are beginner’s lessons available to introduce you to this beautiful experience.  If you do know your way around a horse, then a pony trek through the Maluti Mountains and into Lesotho is just what the doctor ordered. There are even pony rides for toddlers laid on, so no one is left out of the equation.


Yep, skiing!  Take a two hour drive to hit the slopes at Afriski Mountain Resort in the Drakensberg/Maluti Mountains, just check with the weatherman to make sure you come during the cooler months.


Cycling in Clarens is perfect for any biking enthusiast. The fresh mountain air coming off the Maluti and Red Mountain Ranges makes taking on the terrain-rich cycling routes a pleasure, with natural beauty as your ever-present companion.


For a bit of messy fun, grab your family and friends and head out to paint as many of them in as many colours as there are in a rainbow…that is if you don’t miss, in which case you’ll be the rainbow!

White river rafting

Come and enjoy a splash on the Ash. Best white water rafting in South Africa. The Ash river just outside Clarens provides year round rafting with 9 rapids, scenic vegetation and outstanding birdlife. White water rafting a great family, friends and corporate adventure from young to old (aged 6 to 106 years). Experienced guides will lead you down grade III and IV rapids in the pristine waters.


Something for all level of fitness.  Guided walks available only 10 minutes walk from Eddies guest house

If you think this is all…you’d be dead wrong!

Dawn and her staff at Clarens Eddies know their backyard very well, and they’ll be more than happy to hand over and guide you through a laundry list of other activities to add to your personal ‘to do’ list.

Let nothing get in the way of booking your stay at Clarens Eddies. If you do, you’ll be missing out on making awesome memories to last a lifetime.

Soak up a world of sandstone cliffs & architecture when you visit Clarens.

The Eastern Free State is arguably the capital of sandstone, birthplace of the first sandstone used to construct buildings that today are almost 100 years old.

The historic Union Buildings in Pretoria are a magnificent example of the quality and beauty of the sandstone taken out of the quarries around Ficksburg.

Over 100 years since it’s completion in 1913 by Sir Herbert Baker, the Union Buildings stands proud as a pure reflection in architecture of the beauty and depth to be found in the colours shading the sandstone.

In Clarens, the NG Church is one of the oldest, and still one of the most beautiful buildings in the village.

If you want to start at the very beginning of the Sandstone Route, then the sandstone formation that welcomes you to Clarens, called Titanic Rock, will be the start of a journey into cliffs of sandstone you can only view in awe.

Named Titanic Rock, this formation is as massive as the ship after which it was named, and is just a foretaste of what is yet to come as you explore the sandstone cliffs in the surrounding areas.

The rich, warm ochre, red, brown, black, grey or yellow colours in the sandstone constantly change according to where the sun is at any given time, but nothing beats early morning or sunset for capturing the sandstone cliffs in all their majesty.

Against the backdrop of the Maluti Mountains, Redberg Mountains and sandstone cliffs, the fresh green leaves in every shade on fruit trees blossoming, add yet another layer beauty of the Clarens Valley. 

As winter approaches, the autumn colours of leaves come close to echoing the colours in the surrounding sandstone.

Clarens is picturesque in a picture perfect way, but a far greater dollop of charm and majesty is to be found in its sandstone architecture, most of which is as old as the town itself.

Photographers and artists find great inspiration in the architecture, most of which has been in place since Clarens was first established 100 years ago. It’s no wonder this has become a haven for artists and photographers!

The Cape has the Wine Route, but Clarens has the Art Route!  With about 20 arts and crafts galleries lining the Art Route, it’s not surprising that Clarens is considered an art Mecca.

There is such an enormous selection and variety of art on display along this route that every taste will be satisfied, and every vehicle leaving town will be loaded with a beautiful memory of this magical village.

The crafts are as interesting and varied as the art is, so bring a healthy-sized wallet if you’re going to be buying gifts and mementos. After all, it’s not as if you’ll have to pay for being overweight on the trip home.

Hospitality in Clarens is as rich and warm as the colour to be found in the sandstone surroundings.

If you’d like to spend your holiday being looked after by a team that puts their hospitality and your comfort at the top of their list, then booking accommodation at Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering will fulfil your every wish.

As for the sandstone formations and architecture in and around Clarens, leave it to owner Dawn Trevelyan and her staff to point you in the right direction for the most beautiful examples of both.

Taste, touch, see & feel all that makes Clarens a valley of magic.

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:

Heavenly food:

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.

Adrenaline-filled adventure:

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!

Make sure you pack your hiking boots for breath-taking hiking trails in Clarens.

Clarens is about more than soulful art, great food, hospitality, history, culture, craft beer and gin!

Natural beauty overwhelms the senses in this quaint village, held lovingly against the breast of the majestic Maloti Mountain of the Kingdom of Lesotho.

There is romance in this mountainous valley, an aura of magic that surrounds the 100 year old history that has shaped this vibrant village to become a major attraction for artists and photographers.

Creativity is the norm in Clarens, and this is what attracts thousands of visitors from all around the world every year, hungry for the energy and beauty of this place and its people.

If you haven’t visited Clarens yet, then put it on your bucket list, it deserves a place of honour there!

As for hiking, well, take your pick of trails. If you want easy you’ll find it, and if you want tough, it’s all out there calling your name.

If you’ve hit the jackpot and booked your accommodation in Clarens at Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering, then you’re already well on your way to some of the finest hiking ever.

Only 10 minutes walk from Eddies guest house many hiking trails start.

You can choose the level of difficulty according to your fitness level.   Some of the trails is at the foot of the mountains while others take you to the top of mountains.   Spectacular view on the surrounding Maluti Mountains in Lesotho and the South African red mountains.

Eddies guest house offers free guided mountain walks

Every morning, the guest house owner, do a 2 hour free guided walk for Eddies guests.

Golden gate national park hikes

There are many different trails.    The hikes vary from 30 minutes to 3 days walks. Some very easy, others requiring a high level of fitness.

Sentinel, 35 meter chain ladder in the Drakensberg

Only one and a half hours drive from Clarens this popular trail starts and takes you right to the spectacular Tugela Falls.   The view of the Amphitheatre Drakensberg peak is breath-taking.

Summit Mount Horeb in Clarens.

This is a 5-6 hour hike and promise great views.   A high level of fitness is required.

There are just so many hiking trails in Clarens that the list can be quite dizzying. There’s no way that any keen hiker will leave without having been fully satiated!

The majority of the trails in the Clarens Conservancy meet up or cross each other, which means that whether you’re taking a slow walk or a serious hike, there’ll be a trail perfect for you.

If you can’t make up your mind about where to start, Dawn Trevelyan of Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering will be very happy to send you out on a different trail every day, armed with valuable inside information.

The love Dawn and her hospitable team share for Clarens ensures that you’ll know where all the very best places, some off the beaten track, are to be found.

Clarens Eddies B&B/Self Catering is tucked away quietly just down the road from Clarens Village Square, making it a prime location for anyone looking to explore, which also means that if you’re planning a visit, getting your booking in sooner rather than later is a really good idea!

Have you made your booking at the most comfortable accommodation in Clarens yet?

If you haven’t then its best you get to it! Clarens is a popular holiday destination that fills up with visitors throughout the year due to its mild climate, which means that any holiday in Clarens has to be booked in advance.

Anyone looking for comfortable, affordable accommodation in Clarens will find it (and so much more) at Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering.

You’ll need all the extra cash you can get to spend on all the goodies that make life worthwhile on holiday such as art, food, wine, gifts and craft beer, to mention just a few.

A ton of activities to choose from can also lighten the wallet if you want to dive straight into all there is.

Mind that you don’t confuse affordable with cheap though!  This is far from the case at Clarens Eddies.  Many long term fans of this home away from home know full well that they get far more than a well-priced holiday when they book to stay with this awesome team.

Comfort is synonymous with Clarens Eddies. This means that everything from the mattress you sleep on, the duvet and crisp sheets you sleep under to the fluffy towels are of the finest quality.

Everything you need for a fully self-catered holiday is laid on in generous measure, so that there’s very little that you need to cart with you on the road either.

Cleanliness is also held in high esteem at Clarens Eddies, inside and out.  If you’re like some of us who are more than just a little bit fussy about hygiene, you’ll be right at home here!

Just a few minutes away from Clarens Village Square, Clarens Eddies is nestled amid colourful plants, fruit trees and willows that make the brick face and wrought iron work of the building look right at home in this beautiful valley.

Although the winters in Clarens are mild, cuddling up in front of the fireplace or snuggling under covers warmed by an electric blanket will keep you as warm and toasty as you should be anyway.

A major component to the comfort you’ll enjoy at Clarens Eddies is the care the team looking after you always extend. This is a hospitable team that wants nothing more than to make sure you have everything you need to have a memorable stay with them, and this means 24 hours a day.

If you need help booking breakfast, lunch and supper at any of the fabulous restaurants in the village, they’ll know exactly where to send you for the very best.

The same applies for the long list of over 30 activities you can enjoy during your stay, you only need to share your interests with them and before you know it you’ll be on your way to any adventure of your choice.

To enjoy the best of all that Clarens has to offer, whether it’s for a weekend or an extended holiday, make Clarens Eddies your home away from home for the duration and get that booking done ASAP.

Have you claimed your discount from Clarens Eddies yet?

Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering is a true gem, a home away from home that has a special kind of magnetism, drawing first-timers in and keeping them coming back to stay, again and again, year after year.

Clarens Eddies has won Certificates of Excellence Awards from leading booking sites, Tripadvisor and Booking.com, which is no mean feat.  These are awards that any establishment really has to work for, they don’t just fall into the laps of owners.

It’s the glowing reviews from guests posted with Tripadvisor and Booking.com that have elevated Clarens Eddies to the sought after position it now enjoys among its loyal clients and first time visitors.

It really warms the heart to read what guests have to say about the service itself at Clarens Eddies, in fact it’s worth listing a few of the most frequently used words of praise right here, for Dawn and her staff, such as:

Warm, welcoming, friendly, accommodating, excellent service, helpful and more than just a few WOW’s.

There’s always a special of some kind running at Clarens Eddies, which will put you in the pound seats for an affordable holiday staying at the most comfortable accommodation in Clarens.

In terms of the type of accommodation you can book at Clarens Eddies B&B and Self Catering, you have the pick of two self-catering units, one that sleeps 4 and one sleeping 6, and three open plan rooms for 2.

The two self-catering units offer braai facilities for those who don’t want to be tied to the stove for the duration, with designer steel chairs that can either be used at the dining room table indoors, or outside on braai evenings.

There are three open plan rooms available for couples and individuals intent on getting away from busy schedules, each kitted out with essentials such as a kettle, bar fridge and microwave.

With space for only sixteen guests, Clarens Eddies is as great a hidey hole as you can imagine, and if privacy is high on your agenda, you’ll be happy to know that each unit has its own private entrance.

The interior décor, with art from local artists adorning the walls of each unit, is stylish and individual, with mountain views that turn windows into works of art too.

Waking up in the morning to a symphony of bird song and going to sleep under a canopy of stars to the sound of frogs and crickets, is all the peace you could possibly hope for in between exploring every nook and cranny in and around Clarens…and there are more of them than you could hope to see in just one visit!

In case you’re worried that you’ll be completely cut off from the outside world in this idyllic valley called the Jewel of the Eastern Cape, don’t be. Even in as magnificent a corner such as this there’s great WiFi! Oh and there’s TV too, so that’s all covered at Clarens Eddies!

Contact Dawn and her friendly team to find out more about the special that appeals to you most and get that booking done now, so that no one else gets to claim what should rightfully be yours!

What to Pack for Your Spring Weekend Getaway at Clarens Eddies

If you’re planning a romantic getaway for you and your loved one, this provides the perfect opportunity for you to visit a new holiday destination. As there’s nothing better than a quiet getaway, you can enjoy your alone time in one of the self-catering units at Clarens Eddies, situated in the Free State, South Africa.

Of course, when it comes to planning these types of getaways, you’ll need to ensure you’ve packed your bag correctly. Herewith are some of the items we recommend you include in your weekend getaway bag.

Appropriate Clothing for Varying Weather Conditions

Within the springtime, you’ll find the days to be warmer and the evenings to be cooler. To ensure you can enjoy your activities, pack in one or two extra warm tops and jerseys which can be thrown over your shoulders.

Similarly, there are a variety of hiking trails for you to go on within the vicinity of Clarens Eddies. Be sure to pack in comfortable walking shoes for you to be able to go and explore all the beauty this area has to offer.

Necessary Medications and First Aid Kit

Although Clarens Eddies has first aid kits on hand, its recommended you pack in your preferred choice of medications and some first aid supplies as the nearest hospital is a 30-minute drive from the bed and breakfast. This can be kept in your backpack when you do go hiking in case you or your loved one sustain some sort of injury. After all, prevention is always better.

Your Camera, Battery Banks and Wi-Fi Dongles

When visiting Clarens, you’ll be exposed to some of the most breath-taking views. A picture is worth a thousand words and we want to ensure you remember these special moments. Be sure to pack in your camera and battery banks to ensure you capture every moment of your trip. Although every unit is supplied with Wi-Fi you can pack your Wi-Fi dongle in for when you are on the road or hiking.

These are just some of the essentials to include in your weekend getaway to Clarens. If you want further recommendations, contact the team at Clarens Eddies today. The friendly team are always available to answer any questions potential visitors might have.

Top Activities to Try Near Clarens Eddies

When going on holiday, apart from unwinding and relaxing, it’s about going out and exploring all your holiday destination has to offer. After all, you want to be able to talk about your holiday for many months to follow. If you’ve booked a holiday at Clarens Eddies, herewith are some of the top tourist attractions within proximity. 

Clarens Brewery

Clarens Brewery has fast become popular with it being one of the country’s first Brew-Pubs, Cidery and Distilleries within the Maluti Mountain. Brewing over 8000 litres a month, its home to some of the best handcrafted full-grain ales, malts and hops. These have all been sourced both locally and internationally and are of the highest quality. Pop in for a beer tasting and a light bite.

Gift and Specialty Stores

There are a variety of gift and speciality stores within Clarens for you to pick up your souvenirs. Of the stores, you can visit include, The Ugly Duckling, Mona Lisa Garment Gallery, Monsoon Moon, Wickit Candles and Times Gone By. 

Book a Private Tour with Clarens Xtreme Private Tours

With a host of things to see and do, why not book a private tour through Clarens Xtreme Private Tours? They can assist you in booking Abseiling, Zip lining, white water rafting and even quad biking. Together with the team at Clarens Eddies, you’ll be sure to have an adrenaline filled holiday.

Pamper Yourself at the Clarens Wellness Day Spa

If you’re wanting to unwind and relax while on holiday, be sure to book some treatments either at the Clarens Wellness Day Spa or the Body Bliss Day Spa. Both establishments offer massages, manicures, pedicures, waxing and facial therapy.

Contact the Team at Clarens Eddies Today

If you require assistance with making your bookings to take part or visit the tourist attractions, contact the team at Clarens Eddies today. They’ll assist you with booking your activities and can advise you on further tourist attractions you can cover while on holiday.

The Top Restaurants to Try Near Clarens Eddies

One of the fun parts of going to a new holiday destination is, trying out the local food. Holidays are meant to be filled with new experiences and ones which will also get your taste buds going. If you are planning on visiting Clarens in the Free State for your next family getaway, here are some of the restaurants you should try as recommended on TripAdvisor. 

  • Clementine’s Restaurant and Bar
  • Sugar and Cinnamon Restaurant
  • Highland Coffee Roastery
  • Clarens Brewery
  • Gosto Portuguese Restaurant
  • The Courtyard Bakery
  • Mosaic Pizzeria
  • The Highlander
  • 278 on Main

These establishments all welcome couples as well as families to enjoy meals prepared with ample love and passion. Catering to a variety of food requirements, restaurants will do their best to ensure they can meet your dietary requirements.

Places Both You and Your Family Can Enjoy

Many people are surprised at the variety on offer in this small town. Clarens offers a host of establishments which everyone in your family can enjoy. With endless meal options, you and your family have the option of choosing from a host of different types of food and dining experiences.

Be Sure to Share Your Meals

With there being a variety of meal options on offer at the different establishments, be sure to order a bit of everything to share amongst you and the family. This way you’ll be able to taste more than just your meal, so you know what you want to try out again.

Let the Team at Clarens Eddies Assist You Book Your Dining Experiences

When booking accommodation at the Clarens Eddies Bed and Breakfast, be sure to get the team to assist you with booking a few meals out. With so much to do, see and taste within Clarens, you’ll want to try and tick off as much as possible.

Slow Paced Activities for You to Do When Staying at Clarens Eddies

Deciding on activities to do while on holiday doesn’t have to be as challenging as what people make it out to be. When booking accommodation at Clarens Eddies, enjoy getting assistance from the team to put together your activity itinerary. Herewith are some of the slower paced activities for you to try when visiting the Free State.

Visit the Golden Gate National Park

Just a 15-minute drive from Clarens Eddies on the R712, the Golden Gate National Park has so much to offer visitors. From the many hiking trails, canoeing, horse riding and rock climbing, there are activities to meet just about every visitor’s need. You can even take a tour through the Basotho Cultural Village tour.

Take A Drive Through Ficksburg and Fouriesburg

There are a variety of activities for you to do when driving through Ficksburg and Fouriesburg. From the annual cherry festival to the asparagus tour both taking place in November. This area also has several flower fields for you to walk through between March and April. If you’re looking for a unique souvenir to take back home, be sure to visit the Walibri Art Glass Manufacturers to purchase of their handmade glassware.

Talk A Walk Through the Surrounding Mountains

With many hiking trails surrounding Clarens Eddies, there’s no reason for you not to go for a short walk and get some fresh air. The routes available can be hiked by people with any fitness level as they aren’t too strenuous.

Let the Team at Clarens Eddies Assist You with Booking Some of These Activities

Planning on staying at Clarens Eddies? Quote your booking reference to get assistance with putting together an itinerary for your visit to the Free State. With there being so much to do and see, this provides for the perfect opportunity to put together a list of some of the must do things.