This classy 4-star accommodation can accommodate top level business travellers - company directors, company representatives, advocates, lawyers, and celebrities. We receive international guests, holiday makers, visitors to the Kruger National Park and weekend visitors from Mozambique and Swaziland.
Our adaptable rooms offer a family-friendly setting. Beside a small conference room we also house two VIP/honeymoon Suites.
There is wheelchair access and the guest house has a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere despite being situated in the middle of a small but vibrant city. Breakfast is included in the price and an honesty bar is available in the rooms. The guest House is Child-friendly and very safe.
The property is protected by a surveillance system, electric fence and security lights. Easy access to the property takes place via an electronic gate operated by your cell phone.
In Room Facilities:
We offer clean, modern rooms where you can work, sleep and experience the Lowveld's surroundings and excellent weather. A desk in your room with free Wi-Fi is available.The dressing table is equipped with enough light, big mirror and a hair dryer.
Our standard service offering includes:
* HDD Flat screen TV with Hotel Bouquet Digital Satellite TV
* DVD Player
* Dressing Table
* Coffee Bar
* Honesty Bar
* Hair Dryer
* Private Lounge
* Free WI-Fi
* En-suite bathroom.
Nelspruit is the capital of Mpumalanga situated in the fertile valley of the Crocodile River and has been called the gateway to Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park.
With its sub-tropical climate, abundant sunshine, lush covered hills and valleys it forms the ideal base from which to explore Mpumalanga.
Nelspruit is the trading centre for the surrounding fruit growing area of Mpumalanga.
The Lowveld botanical gardens just outside Nelspruit boasts a rare collection of plant species and the first man-made rain forest which attracts the majority of Nelspruits visitors.
Nearby Sudwala caves, a dinosaur park and cultural centre will expose your senses to the most primitive of Africa's history. A short distance away from Nelspruit is the gold mining town of Kaapsehoop where the mist filled evenings and herds of wild horses grazing in the town will transport you into memories of the past. The mountains in and around Nelspruit provide much in the way of camping and hiking traills with varying levels of intensity.
The Nelspruit Nature Reserve offers several walks through the reserve, lasting from one to six hours. The Green Heritage Hiking Trail offers a pleasant, relaxing way to enjoy the indigenous vegetation, a wide diversity of birds and small antelope. Take a walk along the Nelspruit Historical Walking Trail. Stretching from the Promenade Centre to the Civic Centre, the one-hour historical route brings interesting facets of Nelspruit's past to life. Features include a restored ox-wagon in the library gardens.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Outdoor Swimming Pool, Honesty Bar, Gymnasium, Conference Facility, Full Bar and Restaurant, Childrens' Playground, Wi-Fi, Hotel Bouquet Dígital Satellite TV, Full HD TV.
Our Service includes the following special arrangements at extra cost:
* Transport from and to Kruger National Airport, Shopping Malls and surrounding areas within a 10 km radius of Mbombela/Nelspruit.
* Daily excursions to the activities in and around Nelspruit.
Ini Bos: The biggest art festival in South Africa
Sasol Off Road Race: A yearly leg of the Sasol Off Road Race in Nelspruit
Jock 3 Stage Road Cycle Race: The toughest road cycle race in South Africa
Jock of the Bushveld Golf Tournament
South African netball championship
Kaapsehoop: famous for the last wild horses of South Africa that roam the town freely.
Long Tom Pass: named after the cannon, which the Boers used to try and dislodge the British from Lydenburg in the battle between the Boers and the British in the Anglo-Boer War (1899 -1902) in the Lydenburg area.
Pilgrim's rest: named by a digger who had found gold there.
Blyde River Canyon:the scenic beauty of the Blyde River Canyon, the world's 3rd largest gorge, is awe-inspiringly magnificent!.
God's Window: it is a must!! A viewpoint at an altitude of 1,829m/6,000ft extending northward over the blyde river canyon, eastward over the lowveld 1,000m/3,300ft below, and the Kruger National Park to the Mozambique border, and Westward over forest-covered mountain.