Get away for a romantic weekend, spoil your sweetheart in our fully- equipped units on the banks of the Magalies River to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Mountain, while relaxing and unwinding from the stresses of daily life.
Mokoya Lodge is a cosy country venue in the Hekpoort valley providing superb settings to create memorable Mokoya experiences. Offering 17 cottage style (on-suite) bedrooms on 27 Hectares of bush.
Restore and revitalize your soul in our secluded spacious "wooded" bush environment and connect with nature. The Eco Retreat self-catering home in Hekpoort is nestled between the Magaliesberg and Witwatersrand mountain range along the Magalies River.
Chosen by Getaway as one of the top ten pet friendly venues in SA! Nestled in a picturesque valley in the Magaliesburg Mountains and in the heart of the Magalies Meander, Saamrus offers you a relaxing break from it all. Peace and tranquility ...
Nullarbor Cottages are nestled in the rocky arms of the Witwatersrand Mountains on a private farm and provide an ideal quiet and romantic country getaway.
Pet and Child Friendly Self Catering Accommodation. Stone Hill has 10 fully equipped luxurious self-catering timber cottages, accommodating from 2 to 6 guests each.
At Patrys Paradys we welcome both the romantic couple who prefer the solitude of farm life, and the group of friends or family who needs a place to come together to strengthen that special bond.
Jackal Hill is situated on the Magalies Meander about 15km from Magaliesberg. Stunning views of the Magaliesberg Mountains, less than 3 km's from Askari Big 5 Game Reserve, two Micro Breweries in close proximity.
If you are ready for a fun filled gathering of friends and family or a relaxed weekend away Ma-Ria's Farmhouse is just for you! You will find us at the foot of the Magalies Mountains nestled on a working farm with all the domestic animals you haven't seen
The town of Hekpoort is situated on the southern slopes of the Magaliesberg Mountain, only a few minutes drive from the Hartebeespoort Dam. Hekpoort is accessible from the south via a pass through the Daspoortrand. The author Vincent Garruthers wrote a book called The Magaliesberg and in the book he describes how Gert Kruger, brother of president Paul Kruger, was appointed commandant of the districts of Moorivier and Magaliesberg in the 1800s. During his appointment he established the farm, Hekpoort in the Moot Valley, this was around 1845. The land that Hekpoort was established on belonged to Chief Mogale wa Mogale.
During the Boer War, the British attempted to clear the valley and foothills below the range, these attempts were reinforced by the establishment of fortified outposts. One at the foot of the Hekpoort pass is still intact today and is preserved as national monument. Built in 1901 under the direction of Lieutenant-General Barton, it was nicknamed Bartons Folly. It is suggested that because it differed from the typical two storied blockhouses of the time it was therefore something other than what it appeared to be, it was called a folly.