Spend time with nature at our Bed and Breakfast in Muldersdrift

At Random Harvest Bed and Breakfast, we believe that spending time with Mother Nature plays a key role in our each of our lives.

From the moment you arrive at our B & B, you will notice just how important the environment is to our team and our business.

In this article, we will be sharing a few of the reasons why we feel you need to spend time in nature at our bed and breakfast.

Bed and breakfast Muldersdrift

Reasons to visit our Bed and Breakfast

(A short) Distance makes the heart grow fonder

This is particularly the case when your holiday destination is not too far from your actual home.

Random Harvest is a short 30-minute drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria, making it the perfect excuse to escape the city this weekend.

Reconnecting with Nature

Almost everywhere we look in cities and towns we will see litter. It’s almost as if people have forgotten that without a nature we would cease to exist.

Spending time at Random Harvest, and taking a walk through our indigenous nursery or a visit to our farm is the perfect way for you and your family to reconnect with Mother Nature.

Additionally, we are also situated near a number of local attractions that also offer a space to reconnect with the environment.

Improving your health with nature

Our lives have become fast-paced and technologically driven, as a result, we are left very little time for us to recover from our busy lifestyles and enjoy our beautiful country.

Hiking and spending time in nature has the ability to improve your health. Lower stress-levels, restore energy-levels, improve short-term memory and concentration and reduce inflammation.

In addition to the relaxing atmosphere at Random Harvest, we are conveniently located near the popular hiking and tourist attraction, The Cradle of Humankind.

For more information about our bed and breakfast in Muldersdrift, please contact us.

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