Monthly Archives for July 2009

Accreditations

Due to the fact that Dreamfields Guesthouse is a member of the AA, the Portfolio Collection and is graded by the Tourism Grading Council South Africa, we are visited and assessed by three different assessors every year! These independent assessments of what guests can expect to find at an accommodation establishment are based on the ... Read more...

Kruger National Park: SAN Parks Webcams

To check out what is going on in the Kruger National Park: Have a look at the webcams with photo shots taken once every 30 seconds at a waterhole in Satara or Orpen in the Kruger National Park or experience it yourself during a stay at Dreamfields Guesthouse. Read more...

About us

Dreamfields Guesthouse is situated in a quiet residential area of Hazyview, just minutes from restaurants, shopping and essential services. Top attractions are all close by and guests have much scenic splendour on their doorstep. Guests looking for a convenient and comfortable Bed and Breakfast in Hazyview will find Dreamfields is a welcoming place to rest ... Read more...

FIFA World Cup 2010: Vuvuzela will not be banned

After some complaints from commentators, players and international audiences it has now been decided by FIFA that it will be “a World Cup with African sound”. The vuvuzela, is a “plastic trumpet”, approximately one metre in length, commonly blown by fans at football matches in South Africa. The sound can be irritating: Like an elephant, ... Read more...

FIFA World Cup 2010: Only 321 days remaining to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ matches will be held in 10 stadiums: two in Johannesburg and one in each of the other eight host cities. Together, the 10 stadiums will host 64 matches and seat more than 570 000 people during the course of tournament. Five of the 10 are existing stadiums, which are ... Read more...

Weather in Hazyview

Check out the current weather and forecast for Hazyview! Read more...

Sports Fever

Over the last two months South Africa hosted three big sporting events. The 2009 Confederations Cup, the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Lions Rugby Tour took the country by storm! The IPL showed the country`s flexibility to host a tournament with only a couple of weeks notice, after the IPL was moved from Sri ... Read more...

Why Hazyview is the best place to be…

Hazyview is the gateway to the Kruger National Park (only 10 kms from Phabeni, 18 kms from Numbi and 42 kms from Paul Kruger Gate) right on the Panorama Route Hazyview is also an excellent stopping off point for many of Mpumalanga’s points of interest, the Blyde River Canyon, Pilgrim’s Rest, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and ... Read more...

Dreamfields Guesthouse is a member of the Portfolio Collection

Dreamfields Guesthouse is a new member in the Portfolio Collection, bench markers of the best quality holiday accommodation in South Africa and Southern Africa. Established in 1982, the Portfolio Collection today represents over 700 South African accommodation establishments chosen for their ambience, atmosphere and warm hospitality. Each is personally visited and assessed regularly by a ... Read more...

Hazyview: Balloons over Africa

One of the activities you should not miss during your stay at Dreamfields Guesthouse: Balloons over Africa is a commercial hot air balloon company established in 1997. Kevin Roberson is the pilot and has more than 20 years and 2000 flying hours experience. Balloons over Africa offers scenic hot air balloon flights in the beautiful ... Read more...

 

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