Finding an ideal bed and breakfast in Bloemfontein does not have to be difficult. Welcome to B&B@53, a nice option for travelers like you.
Rooms at B&B@53 provide a refrigerator and a kitchenette, and getting online is easy, with wifi available.
In addition, B&B@53 offers a pool, which will help make your Bloemfontein trip additionally gratifying.
For those interested in checking out Vodacom Park (1.9 mi) while visiting Bloemfontein, B&B@53 is a short distance away.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Cubana Havana Lounge & Latino Caffe, Flames Restaurant and Bar, and Villa Bali Boutique Hotel, all of which are a short distance from B&B@53.
If you are interested in exploring Bloemfontein, check out one of the military museums, such as South African Armour Museum and Queen's Fort Military Museum.
B&B@53 puts the best of Bloemfontein at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The price per night here is cheap, but expect low quality for the rate you pay. We stopped over for one night and, despite calling itself a B&B, discovered we had to book and pay separately for breakfast (never communicated to us prior), and that there was no chef available anyway. Accommodation is extremely basic and feels very tired. There are multiple units in close quarters, meaning you can hear everything your neighbor says or does - leaving a rather unnerving sense of no privacy. Our bathroom backed directly onto another room with a window separating the two. Whilst it had been boarded up, we could see through parts of the window into someone else’s room and hear everything. Not what you want in a bathroom space! Generally clean however one of our towels didn’t feel as though it was fresh. Smells from surrounding units’ cooking were noticeable and, at times, unpleasant. Basic items in our unit weren’t working - for example neither of our bedside lamps worked. Our air con also wasn’t working, blowing air that was not cold. It’s a cheap spot to rest your head, but it’s not cheerful. We would prefer to pay a little more and get a room that feels private, quiet, 100% clean with newer, less shabby interiors.…
This was my second stay at B&B @t 53 - on both occasions the rooms were impeccable, the reception very welcoming and the grounds in excellent condition. I enjoyed the room I stayed in the first time more (I am not sure which cottage it was) but this time (number 7) was a little close to the neighbouring rooms as I could hear conversations being had. Overall, an excellent place to stay and I will definitely be staying there again. Thank you!
We stayed at this well-established dog-friendly venue in the heart of a heatwave-hit day in Bloemfontein. They have a large garden in which the boxers ran off the effects of a long day in the car. The accommodation was adequate if a little tired, and the place could use a good spring clean. However, the hosts were friendly and welcoming. An OK option if you need a place to sleep where big dogs can run and run.
In a busy time of year, with no prior arrangement, Owner Tony was very accommodating. Welcomed in with the warmth of long time friends, we were immediately assisted and the anxiety felt as first time pet companion passengers was quickly quelled by positioning us in an air conditioned unit well above the price paid per person. Very affordable, relaxed environment and most importantly a safe place for our four legged friends to enjoy their holiday too. Thank you Tony. Lovely spot you have.
The property owner has added several stationary caravans and cabins on the premises. Usually the units outside the main house are self-sufficient with a TV, kitchenette and toilet. Wifi signals are intermittent. Breakfast is available for an additional 65 Rand. The grounds are well kept and the units are serviced everyday. The place is in an industrial area about 3.4 kms outside city centre. For 200 Rand per night per person in a caravan, I think it is good value, given that there are not many quality backpackers in Bloemfontein to choose from.