This lovely guest house offers six bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Each room is air-conditioned and has a heater for those colder nights.
The name Hadassah is derived from the Hebrew word hadas, a myrtle tree from the Myrtaceae family. The myrtle has a pleasant fragrance. Since “man is like a tree of the field,” therefore the righteous are called myrtles, likened to a good tree with a pleasant smell. It is here that you will be welcomed with pleasant and outstanding service, making your stay a memorable one.
In Room Facilities:
This superb venue can accommodate up to fifteen guests, either in double or single rooms. Each room is stylishly furnished with full en-suite bathrooms, high-quality air-conditioners, televisions with DStv as well as tea/coffee making facilities.
Hadassa is a privately run guest house situated in the heart of Burgersfort surrounded by the Maroni mountains in the great Limpopo Province (old North Eastern Transvaal).
Burgersfort is in the middle of the fast-growing mining environment just 15 kilometres from Steelpoort. The Mpumalanga scenery route, which starts at Orighstad and includes the Echo Caves, Potholes and the Blydepoort Canyon, is a short distance drive from Burgersfort.
*Pets by Arrangement
For guests looking to explore the area, Blyde River Canyon and Bourke’s Luck Potholes are both within a 56 km drive. Guests can also visit the Lekgalameetse Nature Reserve, 58 km away, which is a great location for hiking and birding. Further along is the Khamai Reptile Park in Hoedspruit that offers visitors the chance to see various snakes, lizards, scorpions and spiders, as well as Nile Crocodiles.