Kaapsche Hoop Accommodation

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Kaapsche Hoop Gastehuis

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Kaapsche Hoop

Nestled on the edge of the Mpumalanga escarpment, Kaapsche Hoop looks over the valleys toward Barberton and Nelspruit and in this tranquil setting you will find "Kaapsche Hoop Gastehuis" (Guesthouse).


Lambourn's Self Catering

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Kaapsche Hoop

3-bed, 3-bath Victorian Cottage. Open plan kitchen with microwave, stove/oven, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer. TV and DStv facilities (need to bring own smart-card). Gas fire place and wall mounted heaters for those cold, misty days. The main ...

Fever Tree Cottage

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Kaapsche Hoop

Fever Tree cottage is a freestanding, thick-walled stone cottage, situated on a mountain overlooking a dam on an 88 hectare avocado and pecan nut farm. It is spacious, light


Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Kaapsche Hoop

Clarizma is built in the authentic architecture of the 1880's. The house boasts two double rooms and another are with a bunker bed. One of the two bathrooms is en-suite and the kitchen is fully equipped for self catering

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Almar View B&B


14.6km North of centre of Kaapsche Hoop

Almar View B&B and Guest House offers you a magical view on the Crocodile River Valley. It is situated on N4 from Johannesburg, 16km west of Nelspruit.

Mountain View


15.7km North of centre of Kaapsche Hoop

Why would you choose to overnight at this homely guesthouse? Its your best overnight stop before the Kruger National Park and Mozambique. This luxury accommodation is geographically situated in the centre of the Lowveld Scenery like the Kruger ...

Sleeps: 24 in 9 units/rooms
From R 275,00
Per person, per night sharing.

Crocodile Nest B&B

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Nelspruit

16.7km North of centre of Kaapsche Hoop

The accommodation takes the form of five log cabins, of which 4 are simple two- person sleeping cabins with ensuite bathroom, and access to a communal living-room. A braai and entertainment area is situated there and available for use.

Sleeps: 39 in 9 units/rooms
From R 695,00
Per unit, per night.

Hippo Water Front


18.3km North of centre of Kaapsche Hoop

Hippo water front is the most peaceful and quiet setting on the banks of the Crocodile river only 10 km out of Nelspruit. Affordable, clean, comfortable and fully equipped chalets ensure a real rustic and African bush experience.


A Tua Casa

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Nelspruit

21.6km North East of centre of Kaapsche Hoop

A Tua Casa comfortably sleeps 8 guests.  4 Beautifully decorated air-conditioned bedrooms. 3 bathrooms. 2 en-suite with oval bathtub and spacious showers.

Sleeps: 65 in 33 units/rooms

Zebrina Guesthouse & Gallery

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Nelspruit

21.6km North East of centre of Kaapsche Hoop

At Zebrina we offer you a exqusite rooms, a great view, peacefull gardens with birdlife and ultimately a wonderfull experience.

Kaapsche Hoop Accommodation (Kaapse Hoop) - Kruger National Park & Lowveld, Mpumalanga

Lying in an area of sublime scenic beauty, Kaapsche Hoop (Cape's Hope) sits on the top of a misty Mpumalanga mountain pass on the Drakensberg Escarpment. Steeped in history, this small Kruger National Park & Lowveld town was established after the discovery of gold in the surrounding streams, and although the gold has long since dried up, Kaapsche Hoop still flourishes through the commercial forests around the town, and from the tourists who come to see the many features that Kaapsche Hoop has to offer.
Kaapsche Hoop's main attraction is the herd of 200 wild horses who roam the southern slopes of Kaapsche Hoop, and ramble freely through this little Mpumalanga town. Stories of their origin are still debated, as to whether the horses were abandoned after the 1873 gold rush, or whether they really are simply a herd of wild horses who have chosen to make Kaapsche Hoop home.
Kaapsche Hoop is also home to another rarity - beautiful Blue Swallows which can been seen in the Kaapsche Hoop Blue Swallow Natural Heritage Site - a pristine 460 hectare grassland just outside the village of Kaapsche Hoop.
Adding to the magic and mystery of Kaapsche Hoop, the village is a haven for ghosts, with paranormal activity particularly centred around the local pub which regularly experiences strange phenomena. 

Visitors to Kaapsche Hoop can take the Kaapschehoop Ghost Tour, and feel for themselves the eeriness of murder, mystery and intrigue that still lingers from the town's shady gold mining past.

When looking for Kaapsche Hoop accommodation (Kaapse Hoop) in this quaint little Mpumalanga village of gravel streets and lantern-style lights, Kaapsche Hoop Self Catering accommodation (Kaapse Hoop) can be found in an authentic 1880's style home right next door to the famous 'Koekepan Pannekoek', or off the beaten track in a thick-walled stone cottage situated on a mountain on an avocado and pecan nut farm. This charming Kaapsche Hoop Self Catering accommodation option also caters for the avid fisherman in Kaapsche Hoop accommodation (Fresh-Water Fishing) overlooking a dam.
Overnight in "Kaapsche Hoop Gastehuis" - Star Graded Kaapsche Hoop Bed & Breakfast accommodation (Kaapse Hoop) with incredible views over the Mpumalanga Lowveld, particularly of the Barberton Valley, known as De Kaap Valley.
Kaapsche Hoop is a nature lovers dream, its magnificent landscape resplendent with rolling hills, long grass, valleys, rivers filled with opportunities to horse ride and walk through the Berlin Forest, where the heavy scent of Eucalyptus permeates the air. For the more energetic, take the Kaapsehoop Escarpment Walk, and hike through a maze of unusual rock formations, or just relax by ambling around the enchanting town of Kaapsche Hoop, and enjoy the local art, unusual shops and restaurants. With its diverse history, incredible vistas and many activities, Kaapsche Hoop makes for the perfect Mpumalanga holiday destination.

If the gold rush fever has captured you, go the heart of where it all began in Barberton - 49km south of Kaapsche Hoop accommodation. Barberton, situated in the De Kaap Valley and surrounded by the Makhonjwa Mountain Range, is a small Mpumalanga town where geologists from all over the world come to study the origins of life in Barberton's ancient rocks found in the surrounding mountains. Found in only two place in the world, these unusual green rocks show evidence of the very first life forms, and how the Earth looked around 3.5 billions years ago. Discovery of these very rare rocks have put Barberton on the map as the Mpumalanga town where 'the history of our planet is cast in stone'.
But, what Barberton is most famous for is the 1880's gold rush, when thousands of hopefuls descended on Barber's Reef, an area so rich in gold that it literally sparkled!
Bearing witness to Barberton's gold rush days are architectural relics of the past on display in the form of beautifully preserved homes on Barberton’s Heritage Walk, On show is one Barberton's oldest buildings, the Belhaven Museum, which has been restored and furnished to its original 1904 appearance as an elegant Edwardian home belonging to an upper, middle class family. Another perfectly preserved Barberton house is the iron and wood Stopforth House, built in 1886 by baker and general dealer James Stopforth, whose descendants continued to occupy and maintain the Stopforth family home until 1983.

When looking for your own lodgings in Barberton, you will find unique, homely Barberton Self Catering accommodation tucked away amongst the trees with beautiful surrounding gardens, with nearby Barberton restaurants offering guests a huge variety of eateries such as Digger's Retreat, The Gold Mine, African Pioneer Mining, Old Rock Cafe, Umjindi Gallery and many more.

The outdoor adventurer will be thrilled with incredible Barberton activities such as 4x4 mountain routes, cycle trails, hiking, paragliding and horse riding, or visit the half dozen wildlife reserves within a 12km radius of Barberton.
For something gentler, indulge yourself with an English Tea at the Barberton Victorian Tea Garden in the historic Market Square.

Rich in history and surrounded by stunning scenery with ample opportunities for adventure, Barberton is without a doubt a fantastic tourist destination, which extends a warm welcome to those who come to explore this unusual little Mpumalanga town.

Why not extend your travels north to nearby Mbombela (formally known as Nelspruit - 28 minutes from Kaapsche Hoop Accommodation). Known as the gateway to Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park, Mbombela / Nelspruit boasts an international airport with regularly scheduled flights to the larger cities of South Africa, and is the perfect overnight stop before venturing into the Kruger National Park, which is about 53 minutes from Mbombela / Nelspruit accommodation.
When looking for WhereToStay in Mbombela / Nelspruit, you will find an abundance of lodgings to suit all tastes and pockets in Nelspruit Bed & Breakfast accommodation adjoining the Nelspruit Nature Reserve, only a short drive to Mbombela City Centre. Guests can also find Mbombela Self Catering accommodation in the heart of Nelspruit / Mbombela, conveniently located within easy reach of restaurants, shopping malls and the airport. For quests with more specific needs, Mbombela / Nelspruit accommodation (Special Category) caters for fisherman, weddings, pets, conferences and larger families. See the Mbombela / Nelspruit accommodation page for more info.

With its sub-tropical climate, Mbombela is the ideal holiday destination, offering adventures to the nearby 3 million year old Sudwala Caves, the Nelspruit Croc River Enviro Park, horse riding, 4x4 trails and golf on the 18 hole Nelspruit Golf Course. Then shop at Nelspruit Riverside Mall, and gamble at the Emnotweni Casino.

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WhereToStay makes a concerted effort to recruit a wide selection of suitable Kaapsche Hoop accommodation, particularly the more popular category such as Kaapsche Hoop Self Catering accommodation, and Kaapsche Hoop Bed & Breakfast accommodation.

Our aim is to present a mixture of upmarket Kaapsche Hoop accommodation, as well as affordable Kaapsche Hoop accommodation (to suit all pockets and tastes), especially for Self Catering accommodation in Kaapsche Hoop, which is a category more geared for family holiday accommodation in Kaapsche Hoop.

Suitable Kaapsche Hoop accommodation can also be found in nearby Mbombela / Nelspruit - 30.7km from Kaapsche Hoop accommodation, and Barberton - 49.3km from Kaapsche Hoop accommodation.

We recommend that, if in doubt about accommodation quality, and to put your mind at ease, you should consider Kaapsche Hoop accommodation (Star Graded). Be sure to check our other Special Categories including Kaapsche Hoop Fresh-Water Fishing accommodation listed on the WhereToStay Kaapsche Hoop Special Categories accommodation page.

Afrikaans alternate search phrase - Kaapsche Hoop akommodasie or Kaapsche Hoop akomodasie.