9 on Kromellenboog is a guesthouse of distinction, with 15 luxurious rooms in a peaceful setting in Sasolburg. A business trip, holiday or just an overnight stay, with us you will find safe, tranquil accommodation.
A beautiful river-front retreat less than one hour from Johannesburg, suitable for the whole family! Situated on the banks of the Vaal River, between Sasolburg & Vanderbijlpark, near Stonehaven on Vaal. 4 x Double Bedrooms (3 en-suite).
At Olive Guesthouse in Vanderbijlpark is situated in a tranquil and secure environment. At Olive Guesthouse offers two en-suite rooms with bath and shower, kitchenette with fridge and fitted with air conditioning, as well as two...
Asante Guest House is situated in a quiet suburb of Vanderbijlpark. The rooms are spacious and offer the guest high quality finishing. Asante is within walking distance from the Emerald Casino and Resort on the banks of the Vaal River.
Welcome to HeathBridge River Lodge, situated in Loch Vaal with river views from the property stretching across the Loch. We have 2 self-catering cottages on a private home. All water is navigable and safe to ski and swim in. This is a nice way to get away
On the banks of the Vaal River, 10km outside Vanderbijlpark, is Cruise-n-Snooze. A houseboat vacation on the Vaal River one of two self-catering Rondavels units that can accommodate four adults.
Situated in Vanderbijlpark, Loch Vaal is a fully equipped air-conditioned cottage ideal for boating / water-sports enthusiasts. Sleeps up to six.
Our self catering cottage is nestled amongst the trees on the banks of the Vaal River just one hour drive from Johannesburg.
Treat yourself to a memorable, peaceful weekend away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the comfort of our self catering apartments at Heaven on Vaal. Each unit has a view of the river & their own braai on their balcony.
Self Catering Accommodation on the Vaal - Private with own braai and access to river. (5 metres from water's edge). Sleeps 5 in two bedrooms (Main with double bed and loft with three single beds).
Established in the early 1950s to provide housing and facilities for SASOL (South African Coal, Oil & Gas) employees, Sasolburg is far more than that today. Although SASOL and a number of other major companies have made it their home and are a major part of the Sasolburgs populations lives, there is more to this town than just industry.
Awarded the administrator's Trophy for the most beautiful Large Town in the Free State several times, it stands out head and shoulders above the rest. When the town was established, thought was given to its environmental impact and Oak trees in particular were planted to help make Sasolburg a green town, today the town boasts almost 12000 oak trees. In the early 1990s Sasolburg was also awarded Arbor Town of South Africa for its role in the promotion and preservation of trees in and around the town.
President Brand Road is home to a 6Ha Highveld Garden which was established to preserve the natural vegetation of the highveld region. The Garden houses a variety of indigenous Highveld plants and is flanked by a bird sanctuary with over 70 different species of bird. Sasolburg is also close to the Vaal dam which is a major destination for water sport lovers, from windsurfing to sailing, jet skiing to fishing, or even just a family braai (barbeque).
For the culture seeker, Sasolburg is also home to the Ettienne Rousseau Theatre which plays host to Afrikaans theatrical productions as well as other performances throughout the year.
The area lies at an altitude of approximately 1500 meters above sea level. The average rainfall is over 630 mm per annum, while the average maximum summer temperature is 27 degrees Celsius and the average minimum winter temperature is 1,6 degrees Celsius.
Sasolburg is reached by the R59 from Vereeniging and the OR Thambo Johannesburg International Airport is a mere 100km from Sasolburg. Johannesburg lies 80 km to the north of Sasolburg on the N1.