Step back in time and experience the luxury of the colonial lifestyle in our early 19th century house in Bedford. Bedford village is really picturesque and full of interesting and attractive buildings as well as people. It is located in the heart of the British Settler’s country and is part of the well known Frontier Country tourism route in the Eastern Cape.
The town nestles at the foot of the Winterberg Mountains. It has beautiful tree-lined streets with abundant water from the majestic mountain and is a gardener’s paradise.
Kaga Mountain overlooks the village and creates a microclimate that is responsible for the incredible rainforest on its slopes and the highly sought after grass veldt on the surrounding farms. The village was initially a stop-over support centre for migrating farmers and developed into a supply centre.
We invite you to come and explore the hinterland. Our Guest House is beautifully furnished in the colonial style to complement the house and is typical of the the area. The house offers accommodation in 4 spacious bedrooms (percale cotton linen), 2 bedrooms en-suite whilst the other two each have their own bathroom, formal lounge-dining room with fireplace and TV room. Maximum occupancy, including children of all ages is 8 and must not be exceeded at any time.
Dinner is available upon request. You can enjoy dining on the stoep or in the tree-filled garden. Forget-Me-Not has a sparkling pool for the exclusive use of its guests.
Secure off-street parking. No smoking indoors. No pets allowed
From Somerset East, follow the R63 (tar road) through the village and turn right at the war memorial in the middle of the road. Take the second left into Cole and the first right into Graham. Forget-me-not is the second house on the left.
From Adelaide. On the R63 (tar road) on the outskirts of the village you will pass Eagle Hout Furniture on your right. Then take the second street on the right into Napier and the first left into Graham. Forget-me-not is the last but one house on the right.