We offer two different types of accommodation:
Thatched Self Catering Chalets:
Each of our beautifully thatched chalets is creatively decorated keeping with the bushveld environment, featuring two elegant bedrooms and separate wheelchair friendly bathroom with shower, basin and toilet amenities.
Ten spacious caravan stands/camping sites are available offering braai facilities and running water. Power points (2 x 10 Amp and 1 x 20 Amp) and the breathtaking views make this a must for the caravan connoisseur. Groups of up to 10 people can be accommodated on one stand.
Swimming pool, Spa & Beauty treatments, jacuzzi (only available to guests who booked Spa treatments), self drive / self walk game watching, bird watching, kids playground and many more.
Buyskop itself is a site of immense historical interest. The outlaw Coenraad Buys lived here with his followers in the 1800's, withstanding sieges while all efforts to apprehend him failed. The Union Buildings in Pretoria were constructed with sandstone obtained from Buyskop. The old quarry is situated on Buyskop Lodge and can be visited. The nearby extremely popular holiday town of Bela-Bela and surroundings offers the visitor an immense variety and options of entertainment, right here in the bush.
In Room Facilities:
One bedroom has a queen size bed and the other bedroom two single beds, which can be moved together. A comfortable lounge area is designed for your relaxation, with 2 sleeper couches. A fully equipped kitchen with all necessities for aspiring culinary experts, and of course, the trusted braai - bushveld comfort at its best! A four plate stove is there for your use and the microwave/grill oven takes care of your other needs. Electricity supply is from Eskom with ceiling fans in the bedrooms and lounge.
The brand new, clean and beautifully constructed wheelchair friendly, thatched ablution facilities include showers, toilets and basins. Also available, at no extra cost, is use of the family bathrooms with a bath, shower, toilet, basin as well as the baby change room.
Bela-Bela is a Sepedi (Northern Sotho) word meaning "water that boils on its own" or when literally translated, "boiling boiling" and refers to the town's world renowned hot water springs which were discovered in the early 1800's by the local Batswana tribes.
The spring water flows strongly at 22 000 liters per hour and reaches a temperature of 52° Celsius. It is rich in minerals such as calcium carbonate and sodium chloride as well as other mineral salts that are beneficial to human ailments such as rheumatism.
Bela Bela is also the gateway to the Waterberg area, an unique fauna and flora heritage of unimaginable value for local tourism. The area is malaria free and while the summers are hot, the winters are mild.