From R200 per Unit

Rhodes Reservations

From R200 per Unit



Tucked away in the Eastern Cape Highlands on the border with Lesotho, Rhodes Village - declared a Conservation Area in 1997 - exudes a timeless charm and beauty.

This Victorian-era village is surrounded by pristine rivers and magnificent mountains.

Rhodes Village is the ideal getaway for adventure-lovers and for those seeking a break from the stresses of big city life.

Deep in the Southern Drakensberg, in the valley of the Bell River, at the foot of the highest mountain pass in South Africa (Naudesnek) lies the picturesque town of Rhodes, on the main route between Barkly East and Maclear.

The small, charming village has been restored to resemble the original village of more than a century ago.

Guests are accommodated in cosy and comfortable rooms, self-catering houses or farm houses.

There is a big choice from en-suite bedrooms and self-catering accommodation in the village to lovely old farm houses on the banks of rivers and also some camping sites.


Room Facilities

  • Non-Smoking
  • Small Pets

On Site Facilities

  • Baby-sitting
  • Bar
  • Children Allowed
  • Conference Rooms
  • Laundry
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking
  • Self Catering
  • Tennis

Local Facilities

  • Bar
  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horse Riding
  • Shopping/Curios
  • Tours


Additional Rates Info:
Where to stay: Garden Guest House Rubicon units

Rhodes Reservations

Sleeps 2
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Rhodes Reservations offer you a big choice of en-suite catered accommodation and self-catering cottages in the lovely village of Rhodes, to lovely farm houses on the banks of rivers and also some camping sites

Date Unit Single PP Sharing
Month Year Wkend Daily Wkend Daily Wkend Daily
January 2020       R 350   R 250
February 2020       R 350   R 250
March 2020       R 350   R 250
April 2020       R 350   R 250
May 2020       R 350   R 250
June 2020       R 350   R 300
July 2020       R 350   R 300
August 2020       R 350   R 250
September 2020       R 350   R 250
October 2020       R 350   R 250
November 2019       R 350   R 250
December 2019       R 350   R 250

Rubicon Units

Sleeps 7
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Family Room at Rubicon (the historical sandstone school) 2 x bedrooms, sleeping up to 7 people Sharing full bathroom and kitchen

Date Unit Single PP Sharing
Month Year Wkend Daily Wkend Daily Wkend Daily
January 2020   R 200        
February 2020   R 200        
March 2020   R 200        
April 2020   R 200        
May 2020   R 200        
June 2020   R 200        
July 2020   R 200        
August 2020   R 200        
September 2020   R 200        
October 2020   R 200        
November 2020   R 200        
December 2020   R 200        
NOTE: If a search was made without stipulating the month of occupation the rate shown on the search results page is for the lowest cost month and the least expensive room. Where pricing is "per unit" the Average Price Per Person based on maximum occupancy is used for the price range comparison. A search made for Homes and Villas however will always be based on the full daily rate of the unit irrespective of the number of people the unit sleeps.

Rates are deemed correct at time of publication and may fluctuate depending on supply and demand. Establishments maintain their rates online and any differences should be referred to the Establishment's staff. Quotations once accepted are binding.

Rates last updated: 15 November 2020


  • Booking Reliability
  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Average Response Time: 12 hours
  • Cancellations after payment: 0%
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Main Street, Rhodes, Eastern Cape, 9787

Map Rhodes Reservations in Rhodes  Drakensberg (EC)  Eastern Cape  South Africa

Guest Comments

We stayed in the Science Class of the old school which seems to be a firm favourite with visitors. Very roomy and well equipped, except a shower head over the bath would have rounded it off.

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