The guest house has eight comfortable double twin en-suite bedrooms.
The eight luxuriously finished double bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms and the main bedroom boasts a sauna. All rooms have TV.
Outdoor entertaining area with a waterfall where you can have a private braai or just sit and relax. We have an electric fence around the property to give our guests an added peace of mindô, in addition we have a shuttle service using a Mercedes Benz Vito that is fully air conditioned.
The valley of Tzaneen yields Valencia oranges and grapefruit (such as Star Ruby). Bananas and macadamia nuts are also common crops in the area, with the town producing the majority of the country's mangoes, avocado pears, paw-paws, tea and coffee.
Tzaneen offers visitors a change of scenery at almost every turn. The mountainous landscape, subtropical climate, lush indigenous vegetation alternating with cultivated plantations and the largely unspoilt natural environment make this lovely area one of the most attractive recreation and tourist areas in South Africa.
There are several game and nature reserves around Tzaneen, including the famous Kruger National Park, which is only an hour's drive away.
The unique Modjadji Cycad Reserve, named after the succession Rain Queens who have lived in the area since the 16th century, encompasses the world's largest concentration of a single species Cycad Encephalartos Transvenosus, also known as the Modjadji Palm
On the R71 from Polokwane to Phalaborwa, before you get to Tzaneen, you'll find a Sasol Garage on your right hand side - drive past that garage. At the 4 way stop turn left towards Tzaneen Dam into the street that becomes voortreker rd. There will be a shopping complex (Aqua Mall) on your left hand side.
At the next 4 way stop yield to the left into Aqualane. The first street on your right is John Smith, turn right into it. After that, turn left into Koos Nel Street. Drive past Gerit Kruger St. The next street on your right is Tom Van Ardt - look for No: 09, it will be on your left.