Wednesday, 27 April 2016

A drive to a beautiful area . . . . Kameel

Some time ago we took you on a trip to the area close to the Kalahari Desert.  
You can read the post here
Today we would like to introduce you to a Bed and Breakfast called 
Kameel Rust and Vrede in this area.
Translating Rust and Vrede means Rest and Peace and you will agree. 
It is hard to imagine the cool, green oasis that awaits you when you arrive 
at Rust and Vrede after a journey through the hot, dry but so beautiful North West. 
The ideal place to be for a late afternoon dinner as the sun sets in the West
The beautiful sunsets to capture 
This establishment is situated near the Kameel railroad station. 
Situated between Stella and Delareyville on the R377 in the 
North West Province in South Africa
The Railroad was built in 1894. 
The establishment is set in a beautiful and well manicured garden. 
You are invited to the heart of this historical area 
The spacious rooms are all very comfortable and well equipped with private entrances. The rooms has an en-suite bathroom as well as tea and coffee facilities and a bar fridge.  Accommodation is offered in the shade of beautiful trees and gardens and you can watch heavenly sunsets and listen to the sounds of nature.
There is also a caravan for rent.
If this is your option you can stay close to the area where small game are rehabilitated 
Relaxing round a camp fire 
You can experience early evening with a drink on the patio
Walks in nature is a must
Cooling of the farm dam will help to cool you after a nature walk
Remember you camera to capture the sunsets 
A festive evening where dinner is served and an antique tent
Can you imagine this special experience? 
A wonderful dinner prepared from local products 
  

A special romantic dinner on the patio of a room
The gardens are an oasis and at night time you will see the smaller wild animals grazing in the garden.
You will be able to take a walk on a well-marked route to the “pannetjie” where there is an abundance of birds. 
You will also be able to see the Camel thorn trees.
Hope that you will soon have the opportunity to visit this wonderful area and establishment 
Till next time 
Love 
Sandra