State - South Africa
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guest houses to self-catering and B&B's.
State Accommodation for all holiday and business travellers.
Fully licensed Hotel and Ladies Bar. Restaurant open from 8am to 9pm and caters for all occasions.
Set on the banks of the Vaal Dam, the Herberg Hotel offers 8 luxury en-suite rooms, with coffee - tea facilities and fans ineach room as well as TV.
This is the ideal holiday ...
Set on the banks of the Vaal-river surrounded by water, weeping willows, unspoiled nature and birds, only one and a half hour's drive from Gauteng. Situated in the Vredefort Dome World Heritage Site, created by the impact of the biggest and oldest Meteorite that ever struck the e ...
The Free State is a province of South Africa. The
name is a popular contraction of the previous name the Orange
Free State. Its capital is Bloemfontein which is also South Africa's
judicial capital. On 9 June 1995 its name was changed from Orange
Free State to Free State.
The Free State is situated on flat boundless plains in the heart
of South Africa. The rich soil and pleasant climate allow a thriving
agricultural industry. With more than thirty thousand farms, which
produce over 70% of the country's grain, it is known locally as
South Africa's breadbasket.
The Free State province is high-lying, with almost all land being
The Free State lies in the heart of the Karoo Sequence of rocks,
containing shales, mudstones, sandstones and the Drakensberg Basalt
forming the youngest capping rocks. The Drakensberg and Maluti
Mountains foothills raise the terrain to over 2000m in the east.
Mineral deposits are plentiful, with gold and diamonds being of
particular importance, mostly found in the north and west of the