Hall Of fame

How does it work?

  1. Participating establishments pay 10% of every booking they receive into the free accommodation fund.
  2. This fund is used to pay for free accommodation for guests at any participating establishment.
  3. On average, 1 in 10 guests booking at participating establishments will receive a free booking. All bookings between R1 and R100,000 are eligible and have an equal chance.

Winning Record

Melissa Van Rensburg has won Free Accommodation 2 times!

Free Accommodation Winner

Melissa Van Rensburg won Free Accommodation worth

R1,650.00 at Nine Mount Bain: Moon Gazing Cabin

30 Oct 2015

"What a wonderful surprise, thank you!"

Nine Mount Bain: Moon Gazing Cabin is a Cottage / Chalet in Bainskloof

Nine Mount Bain: Moon Gazing Cabin
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6 Free Accommodation Winners so far!

Moon Gazing Cabin is a rustic, electricity-free cottage in Mount Bain Private Nature Reserve. This secluded mountain hideaway overlooks two rivers, a tranquil retreat set amongst fynbos and endemic bird life. The self-catering cabin has a huge indoor fireplace that can be used for cooking as well as a huge stoep that is well protected from the elements. It is an ideal getaway all year round. The self-catering cabin has two bedrooms, one with double bed and a sleeper couch and the other with two single beds. The bathroom has a flush toilet, shower and basin. You need to bring your own bedding and towels. The fully equipped kitchenette has a gas fridge and hot plates. The gas geyser supplies hot water. Ice can be purchased from the Calabash Bush Pub below. You need to bring your own fire wood and consumables. Mount Bain in Bainskloof is a 900 hectare private nature reserve nestled in the picturesque Breedekloof Valley. The craggy mountain ranges, fynbos, endemic bird life and small game, attract plenty of hikers and nature lovers. In summer you can swim in the river and in winter watch the snow capped peaks from in front of the fire in the cosy cabin. Situated only 90 minutes' drive from Cape Town, the Breedekloof offers many fine wineries and restaurants. Please do not feed the baboons or leave food outside we would like to keep the baboons wild and away from the human visitors. Close the doors and windows when you are not there. We do not allow pets, as the cabin is in a nature reserve.