Enjoy the warm embrace of the Shamrock Arms Guest Lodge, which offers good value, tranquil surroundings and wholesome food. Shamrock Arms is also the perfect base from which to explore many places of interest and scenic beauty in Mpumalanga.
The Old Mill Hotel which opened its doors in 2004 started off as a local feed-mill. We are situated in the tranquil little town off of Machadodorp, which is well known for its trout fishing;
This AA Recommended self catering accommodation is found in the quaint, unspoilt village of Machadodorp, situated just off the N4 Maputo Corridor, an easy two and a half hour drive from Gauteng.
With 14 twin lakeside suites and 20 gorgeous twin estate rooms, each beautifully appointed room has a magnificent view of the rolling hills.
There are 10 elegant self-contained lodges, which are fully equipped and sleep four people. Each unit has two bedrooms, one of which is en-suite. The second bathroom has a shower, toilet and vanity.
Greystone Lodge offers self-catering accommodation and facilities on a private nature reserve in the Mpumalanga Highlands. Situated just off the N4 between Dullstroom and Belfast, Greystone Lodge is within easy reach of the Blyde River Canyon...
Verlorenkloof Estate is a well-established and highly regarded shareblock development and holiday destination in the heart of the trout triangle in Mpumalanga, offering a variety of nature-centered activities for the discerning holidaymaker. Situated in a
Blue Crane Farm is an phenomenal fly fishing destination with two beautiful manicured and well stocked trout dams. Our big dam is an impressive 9 hectares in size and has a number of jetties to make the fly fishing an even more enjoyable experience.
Doornkop unit 79 is your home away from home. This unit easily accommodates six people with its two en-suite main bedrooms and loft room with own bathroom for four children. Share the bush experience with friends or family.
Everything is provided own pool towels are required. There is a hot and cold swimming pool at reception as well as a restaurant and shop. There are 8 trout fishing dams with catch and release options.
Waterval Boven traces its origin back to 1895 when the Eastern Line railway was constructed between Pretoria and Delagoa Bay. Its name is derived from the Elands River Waterfall, above which it is situated. Waterval Boven was chosen as a settlement as it stood at the edge of the plateau before the escarpment, and thus had a moderate fever free climate. The cog wheel rail ascending the slopes of the mountain between Waterval Onder and the town is the only one of its kind in Africa, and a depot for the cog wheel locomotives was established at Waterval Boven. The town was administered by the railways until 1946, when it was transferred to a health committee. The town boasts a wonderful climate and is situated alongside the N4, which is the main route from Gauteng to the Eastern Lowveld.
The Elands River, which passes through the town, is a fly fisherman's paradise and is full of trout. Waterval Boven is an ideal hub to use as a base for hiking, climbing or just viewing the wonderful scenic beauty of this part of Mpumalanga. This was the last place of residence of President Paul Kruger before his departure for Europe.