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Floretts B & B

thefloretts@gmail.com

+266 22 460351 or +266 5842132/51483171

Activities and attractions

The Butha – Buthe Mountain – a historic Moshoeshoe I (first) fortress.
A touch of a traditional and quiet village with a view of wild valley fauna.
Tlokoeng wild coloured birds.

Lodge accommodation

A beautiful boutique style of Bed and Breakfast situated in an elevated position in a quaint part of Butha – Buthe. It offers magnificent views across the valley of Butha – Buthe and King Moshoeshoe 1 (the first) fortress. 
Here you will find a sanctuary to rejuvenate and relax. Breath the Fresh unpolluted mountain air, enjoy beautiful uninterrupted scenery of the district. Expect gracious scenery of the accommodation and personalized service. Discerning quests are welcomed to a stylish and chic holiday refuge with all the modern conveniences such as internet access, flat screen satellite TV, radio, DVD, player and exercise facilities.

Facilities and other info

The Floretts B and B whose nature meets with relaxation set in the tranquil village of Makopo, situated about half a kilometre from Botha – Bothe town. We offer a luxurious accommodation at competitive rates. You will enjoy the following facilities:
A luxurious accommodation
Bed and Breakfast or Self catering facility
Fully enclosed security for property protection
Mini gym
Guided tours of the Botha – Bothe Mountain, a historic place.
Internet and TV facility.

Events done Yearly

Yearly 2nd Saturday of February - Rejuvenating couples, a trip to the Drakensberg Mountain range with a touch of braai.
Yearly 2nd Saturday of July – Kids’ world, Know yourself.
Yearly 2nd Saturday of September –Moshoeshoe the great day, a hike to Butha – Buthe Mountain, see the great wild birds of Tlokoeng and the famous caves of Kopu and Kopunyana with a touch of braai.
Yearly last Saturday of October – Our own making, a discussion on the future of Butha Buthe including traditional dances and traditional items display.
Yearly 3rd Saturday of December – Are we all very well? Looking at our health and promoting good health.