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Frequently Asked Question

What are your rates?

Please see the Accommodation & Rates section.

What payment methods are accepted?

We accept credit cards and Internet bank transfers. A 50% deposit will be required to confirm your booking. The remainder is payable upon arrival.

Do you have en-suite bathrooms?

Yes, all our rooms come with en-suite bathrooms, except one single room which has a separate bathroom down the hall.

Will my room have a bath as well as a shower?

All bathrooms except for two come with both a bath and a shower. If you would like to be in a room with a bath, please mention this when you make your booking.

Will my room have a refrigerator?
Refrigerators are available on request.
Do you have self-catering units?
What time is breakfast served?

Breakfast is served between 7:00 and 9:00 every morning. A continental breakfast is available earlier, but by arrangement.

Where in Bloemfontein is De Akker situated?
Please click here for directions to De Akker Guest house.
Do you offer safe parking?
Yes, De Akker is fully enclosed, with a motorized front gate and a well-lit parking area.
Will my room have air-conditioning?

Yes, all rooms at De Akker B&B Bloemfontein are air-conditioned.

Will my room have DSTV?

Yes, all rooms at De Akker B&B Bloemfontein have independent DSTV with 25 channels.

Do you offer transport to and from Bloemfontein Airport?

Yes, guests with confirmed bookings can be collected from Bloemfontein Airport provided that this was arranged with De Akker at least 24 hours before arrival. The same applies when dropping guests off at Bloemfontein airport.

At what time can we book in?

You may book in between 14:00 and 19:00. Please communicate with management should you wish to make an alternative arrangement.


Accommodation & Rates

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Description Rate
Travellers room with Separate bathroom (Shower only) (1-2 Guests) R560 per night
Queen room with en Suite bathroom (Shower Only) ( 1 Guests) R620 per night
King room with en Suite bathroom ( Bath and Shower) ( 1-2 Guests) R730 per night
Family Room with en Suite bathroom ( Bath, Shower and Sleeper Couch) (4) R850 per night

All rates above exclude breakfast, Breakfast charged at R70.00 per person

Dinner - R180 (Standard Dinner)

These prices are indicative and may be subject to change.



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N1 from Johannesburg or Cape Town:

Turn off onto Nelson Mandela Drive. Go straight until you reach the end of the mall on your left hand side. Turn right at the robot into Parfitt avenue. Go over the robot and De Akker Guesthouse will be on your right hand side. Have a save journey!

From Bloemfontein International Airport:

Drive out of the airport and go through 1 roundabout. Turn right to merge with the N8. Follow the road until you drive underneath a brigde and turn left into Nelson Mandela Drive. When you past Macdonalds on your right take the slipway on your left into Parfitt ave.Go over the robot and De Akker Guesthouse will be on your right hand side. Have a save journey!

About Us - History

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The character of De Akker is best expressed by “you simply cannot buy the 75 years that matured in the house”. De Akker – or the oak tree – is the oldest oak tree in Bloemfontein. It was planted in the early 1930s when Dr. John van der Riet, a medical doctor owned the house. The tree is a huge four stories high and shades most of the back yard.

The current owners are only the third family to occupy the house. The first owner was an engineer and stayed in the house for 15 years. Dr. John occupied it for 42 years and the current owners for 17 years. Minor changes were made in the structure during these years.

In preparation for a guest house the house was restored to original where possible. The Oregon, oak and saligna wooden floors were restored. Where saligna floors were removed to make way for bathrooms the wooden blocks were laid on the stairs. The wooden frames of the eastern windows facing the street could be restored. The wooden window frames are complimented with bronze aluminum and sound proof glass.