Looking for comfortable guest house and self-catering accommodation in Muldersdrift, our 4-star cottages should be top of your list.
Random Harvest Country Cottages are well appointed and offer overnight self-catering accommodation perfect for a leisure or business stay. Our bed and breakfast is also the ideal romantic getaway - weekend or midweek.
For overnight business visitors to the West Rand, we are:
For international tourists searching for South African getaways, make sure your accommodation finder books with us to give you the best start to your African Safari. Forget Hotels in Johannesburg and rather enjoy our B&B Honeydew‘s unique offering.
South Africans too, can appreciate the great hospitality that makes your overnight accommodation feel like home away from home.
6 fully and two semi - self-catering cottages with DSTV sleep 2 people per cottage.
We offer a beautiful, safe and secure environment. Some cottages are wheelchair friendly and easily accessible.
Certain cottages have inter-leading doors, for convenient family accommodation.
At Random Harvest we strive to make your stay as comfortable, peaceful and relaxing as possible.
Service excellence is a way of life here and our friendly, obliging team will take excellent care of you.
A shuttle service is available on request – we use a very reliable service provider.
To book your stay at our accommodation in Muldersdrift, please contact us.
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Random Harvest Country Cottages was awarded
Hall Of Fame: Best Four Star Country Cottage Accommodation in Muldersdrift, since 2007.
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After a day of relaxation and pampering, the next best thing would be to couple this with a stay in our on-site, comfortable, four-star cottage accommodation in Muldersdrift.
Complete with a tea-garden type restaurant and free, secure, private parking, and the tranquillity of a beautiful setting, one couldn't ask for more for a relaxing, rejuvenating few days away from it all.
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