Graskop is home to Sheri’s Lodge & Backpackers, it is a small forestry town on the edge of the escarpment. We invite you to come spend a night (or even a week) at our little piece of Africa.
Sheri’s has 10 rondavels and offers a variety of accommodation options, from Backpackers dorms to the more private self-catering units. Whether you are looking for a quiet getaway or a group tour, we have something for you. We welcome both local and international travellers.
After a long day of sightseeing (and there is plenty to see), come home to Sheri’s, put your feet up and relax. Tea and coffee is also on hand for those chilly days. Connect with friends and family via our FREE Wi-Fi and plan your activities for the next day with the help of our friendly staff.
We have a small swimming pool, braai facilities, free WiFi, communal kitchen and dining area, satellite TV (Dstv), pool table, arcade game, tea & coffee packs, housekeeping service on request, laundry service. We are available 24/7 to help you any way we can.
Clean linen is provided, and towels are available from reception on request. There is a communal area which includes kitchen and dining facilities. We have FREE WiFi and there is also a computer available on request from reception. There is a pool table and swimming pool and satellite TV.
The natural wonders of Graskop are probably the most photographed and painted scenes in the world. Situated in the magnificent Mpumalanga Province, Graskop is ideally located in the heart of the tourism region and is the gateway to the Panorama Route.
Graskop is a small town found on the edge of the Drakensberg escarpment and the ideal base from which to explore all the sight-seeing venues in Mpumalanga including the Kruger National Park, Pilgrims Rest, Blyde River Canyon and so much more.
Graskop is a bustling tourism destination. With the ever growing amount of activities, Graskop will keep you busy from day to day. Of course, the spectacular scenery complements the many activities available. Graskop is also only a few minutes away from the scenic wonders of the Province including God's Window, Bourke's Luck Potholes and the world renowned Blyde River Canyon, Three Rondawels and the impressive waterfalls such as Lisbon and Mac Mac Falls.
God's Window boasts truly dramatic views to the South and East from various placed viewpoints, overlooking the almost sheer 300m drop into indigenous forest clad ravine. Being 250m higher than the pinnacle viewpoint, the total drop to the lands below is approximately 750m. The Blyde River Canyon is the third largest in the world and one of South Africa's popular scenic wonders. The scenery of the 25 000 ha reserve is truly unsurpassed by any other. Its vegetation is both varied and lush and the rich selection of birdlife includes a breeding colony of the rare bald ibis.
The first modern records relating to the town of Graskop date back to 1843, with the arrival of the Voortrekkers in the area. They were searching for a route to the coast, to what is known today as Maputo in Mozambique.
The farm Graskop was so named because of the vast tracts of grassveld and absence of trees in the area. In the 1850s it was owned by Abel Erasmus, a rather adventurous character in hunting, prospecting and imposing law and order in the area. He left his name on a pass over the Escarpment. Today Graskop is the terminus of the branch railway from Nelspruit and a centre of a large timber industry. Graskop is also famous for the story ‘Jock of the Bushveld’ which dates back to between 1885 and 1887. Paradise Camp is where Sir Percy Fitzpatrick established his camp. Two chapters in his book are set in this area.
Graskop boasts a vast array of exciting activities including fantastic golf courses, hiking trails, 4x4 trails, horse riding, quad bikes, motorbike tours and much more! Besides its magnificent beauty, Graskop is also well known for its delicious pancake bars and delightful coffee shops! Graskop is one not to be missed. It is truly a spectacular experience boasting rich historical heritage and pristine beauty.
In Room Facilities:
* Family Rooms:
Each unit has a kitchenette (no stove), its own small patio, TV (DSTV) and a wall mounted heater to keep the cold out. Clean linen and towels are provided.
* Backpackers / Dorms:
Each dorm unit can sleep up to 10 people and has an en-suite bathroom (shower and toilet). Clean linen is provided, and towels are available from reception on request.
* God's Window
* Three Rondavels
* Blyde Canyon
* Berlin Falls.
* Kruger National Park Tours.
* Lisbon Falls.
* Robber's Pass.
* Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
* Cozinha Velha Restaurant.
* Dine at The Smokey Train.
* Sabie Brewing Company.
* The Ant and Elephant Restaurant.
* The Thyme Restaurant.
* Hiking Trails in Sabie.
* Hippo Trail.
* Mac Mac Summit 4x4 Trail.
* Pancakes at Harrys Pancake Shop.
* Visit the Bourke's Luck Potholes.