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Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

The industrial town of Vanderbijlpark lies on the banks of the Vaal River that separates the Gauteng Province from the Free State Province in South Africa. The town was first established to house workers of a large steel mill and laid out in a garden city fashion with provision made for the re... read more

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jacuzzi, pet friendly, bed and breakfast, camps, chalets, cottages, guest houses, guest lodge, holiday homes, hotels, house boats, resorts, self catering.

12 Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:

Old Willow No7 Houseboat Charters

House Boats, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Old Willow No7 Houseboat Charters is located on the Korhaan River Estate in Sasolburg and offers stunning sights, sou...

Braai Area
Parking on Premises

FROM

R1695

per night

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Heaven on Vaal

Self Catering in Vaaloewer, Vanderbijlpark

Every year millions of curious tourists flock to the shores of South Africa eager to experience the ultimate African ...

Swimming Pool
Parking on Premises
Full Kitchen
Braai Area
Pet Friendly

FROM

R1375

per night

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Candy's Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Chalets, Self Catering in Vaaloewer, Vanderbijlpark

South Africa promises you a real adventure during your next family vacation. Beautiful spectacles, friendly people an...

Swimming Pool
Full Kitchen

FROM

R650

per night

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The Guesthouse

Bed and Breakfast, Cottages, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

We are a self-catering affordable guest house situated in the heart of Vanderbijlpark and closely situated to many re...

Aircon
Laundry facilities
DSTV
TV

FROM

R500

per night

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Longtrail Accommodation

Cottages, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Longtrail Accommodation offers comfortable self-catering accommodation centrally situated approximately 2 km from the...

Swimming Pool
Parking on Premises
DSTV
Braai Area
WiFi
TV

FROM

R500

per night

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Zorganta Guest House

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Zorganta Guest House offers comfortable accommodation in a quiet suburb in Vanderbijlpark. Guests can feel at home in...

Swimming Pool
Parking on Premises
Braai Area
Aircon

FROM

R550

per night

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Atherstone Guest House

Guest Houses, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Atherstone Guest House offer a 2-bedroom self-catering unit within the heart of Vanderbijlpark and is situated near E...

Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
Laundry facilities
Braai Area
Full Kitchen
Parking on Premises
DSTV

FROM

R550

per night

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No 11 On The River

Guest Houses, Self Catering in Vaaloewer, Vanderbijlpark

No. 11 on the River offers comfortable accommodation on the banks of the Vaal River. The self-catering accommodation ...

Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
TV
Braai Area
Full Kitchen
Parking on Premises
DSTV

FROM

R1450

per night

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Dezo Guest Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Guest Lodge, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Situated in Vanderbijlpark, Vaal Triangle, the modern Guest Lodge will attend to all your needs.

The beautiful Gu...

Swimming Pool
Aircon
TV
Parking on Premises
Laundry facilities

FROM

R570

per night

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Friedenheim B&B

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Located in the heart of the Vaal triangle at the R59 near Naledi Park, Sasolburg, Vereeniging and Vandebijlpark. Two ...

Swimming Pool
Braai Area
Laundry facilities

FROM

R800

per night

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Twins Guest House

Guest Houses, Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Fully equipped communal kitchen with breakfast nook; electric oven; electric- and gas plates; microwave; combined fri...

Swimming Pool
WiFi
DSTV
Braai Area
Full Kitchen
Internet access
Parking on Premises
Aircon
TV

FROM

R800

per night

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Invite Guest House

Self Catering in Vanderbijlpark

Invite Guest House is a 3 star rated self-catering guest house situated in the quiet neighbourhood of Vanderbijlpark ...

Swimming Pool
WiFi
TV
Braai Area
Laundry facilities

FROM

R450

per night

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Vaaloewer

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Sharpeville Human Rights Precinct

More info about Vanderbijlpark

The industrial town of Vanderbijlpark lies on the banks of the Vaal River that separates the Gauteng Province from the Free State Province in South Africa. The town was first established to house workers of a large steel mill and laid out in a garden city fashion with provision made for the residents’ recreational needs. Over half a million trees were planted to counter pollution emanating from the mills.

Vanderbijlpark residents are a cosmopolitan bunch with many engineers sourced from countries around the world. The town has several schools, churches, parks, malls and a university campus.

Visitors are attracted to Vanderbijlpark through the water-related activities available along the Vaal River that is navigable for over 50km. On weekends, motor sports enthusiasts, fishermen and families arrive to enjoy what the river has to offer.

 

Top 8 reasons to visit Vanderbijlpark

1. Cruise the Vaal River on the Liquid Lounge double-deck river boat. The boat company offers 2-hour lunchtime cruises that include a meal and cash bar.

2. The Emerald Resort and Casino has a range of fun activities for the family: the casino has gaming tables, slot machines and a privé lounge, the Aqua-dome has a waterslide and heated pool and Animal World houses a variety of animals, birds and reptiles.

3. Horse racing meets take place every Wednesday and Saturday at the Vaal Turf Club just outside of Vanderbijlpark. Dress up and enjoy a day at the races.

4. Vanderbijlpark hosts several popular events through the year: the 3-day Rotary River Festival in March, the month-long Vaal Meander Wine Route in July, the Spring Beer Festival in August and the Vanderbijlpark Triathlon in November. The events are well attended by visitors from all parts of the country.

5. Not to be missed is a guided hike through the Vredefort Dome, a UNESCO World Heritage Site outside of the town of Parys. The crater was formed millions of years ago and your guide will take you past interesting war relics, mineshafts and a ladder climb up Devil’s Chimney. While there, a visit to Parys is an education in itself.

6. Consumers wanting choice and shopping convenience have access to the 125-store Vaal Mall or the smaller 40-store Riverside Vaal Mall, both located in Vanderbijlpark.

7. Golfers will find the 18-hole parkland course at Emfuleni Golf Estate both challenging and enjoyable. The course overlooks the Vaal River. Visiting golfers are welcome.

8. Ever tasted a potjie? The potjie (small pot) is a meal consisting of meat, vegetables, spices and ‘secret’ ingredients stewed in a cast iron pot over an open fire. The Vanderbijlpark Potjie and Mampoer Fees takes place annually and gives visitors the opportunity to sample a succulent potjie along with mampoer, a homemade spirit high in alcohol content.

 

Transport

Vanderbijlpark is 90km – via a toll road – from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg. Chartered flights are available from the Vereeniging Airport, 25km out of town. Several car hire companies are based in in the town and OR Tambo airport or you could order a rental online. Taljaard Taxis operate a metered taxi service in Vanderbijlpark.

 

Did you know?

Other than the original outlying townships and smallholdings, the suburbs in Vanderbijlpark are nameless and are instead categorised into a location followed by a number, for example CW1 is Central West area number 1. SW5 is alongside the river and most sought after.

The Vaal River extends for 1120km from its source in the Mpumalanga Province east of the country, and through 3 other provinces on its journey west before emptying into the mighty Orange River in the Northern Cape.

About Self Catering

Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.