About Aardvark's Burrow
The Aardvark's Burrow is a rustic unit attached to the Old Church Hall, one of the oldest buildings in Nieu Bethesda. Aardvark's Burrow can accommodate 4 guests with a double bed and two single beds.
Life in Nieu Bethesda potters along much as it did 130 years ago, when the village was founded. Stone water furrows still line the wide, dusty streets. Night skycaps are unpolluted by streetlights, and the air is still fresh and clean.
Famous for Helen Martins Owlhouse, Nieu-Bethesda has become a haven for artists and those looking for a quieter life. Browse for interesting reads at Dustcovers bookshop or spend an afternoon beer tasting at our villages own micro Brewary. Explore the many galleries and eateries on offer and get a taste of the country life.
Nieu Bethesda has a working network of furrows, with water supplied daily from a spring on the plateau above the village. Residents channel water into their gardens using smaller gated funnels. Visitors can hike along the furrows up to the spring or prearrange a hike up Kompasberg or through the Canyon on neighboring farms.
Pets are welcome by arrangement
Covid Safety Approved: The Owlhouse Backpackers staff have been trained in COVID-19 preparedness, including PPE, hand hygiene, and social distancing. The property is cleaned using recommended protocols and disinfectants
Nieu Bethesda has no petrol, bank or credit card facilities. Please fill up your tank and your wallet before you arrive.
Seventh night's stay is free.
Long-term rates are negotiable.
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