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Hillwatering Country House
Hillwatering Country House
50 Marula Street, Sabie, Sabie
Phone: 013 7641421
Cellphone: 072 5539285
Rates High Season: From R480 - R520
Rates Off Season: From R480 - R520
Hillwatering Country House is a stylish guest house in Sabie, Mpumalanga, South Africa for bed and breakfast accommodation.
Set in the beautiful and peaceful residential area of Mount Anderson in the forestry town of Sabie, the guest house commands sweeping views of the Drakensburg Mountains, forest clad slopes and the Bridal Veil Falls.
Supreme comfort and warm hospitality awaits you at Hillwatering Country House offering stylish accommodation with attention to detail and cleanliness in a relaxed atmosphere, secure open parking with remote control security.
All four rooms have French doors leading onto a veranda where you have spectacular views of the mountains and the famous 70 meter high Bridal Veil Falls. The veranda is a place to sit and relax, whilst you enjoy a sundowner and watch the sun set behind the mountains.
Your day at Hillwatering Country House stars with a delicious generous breakfast where both Continental and English are served, which can be enjoyed on the veranda or in the dining room next to the log fire in winter.
Should you wish to have an early start to the day to visit the Kruger national Park we will be happy to supply a packed picnic breakfast.
There is a comfortable guest lounge with a full bouquet of DSTV channels. Free Wi-Fi available.
GPS Co-ordinates: 25.107295 S 30.769143 E
For overseas visitors who are arriving at Oliver Tambo International Airport, take the Boksburg highway (R21) and turn onto the N12 towards Emalahleni (previously Witbank). This road becomes N4. Continue past the Middleburg turnoff and after another 60kms, take R540 (R33) to eMakhazeni (previously Belfast), Dullstroom and Mashishing (previously Lydenburg).
P.S. If you are a foreign visitor, please note that the tollgate on the N4 does not accept foreign credit cards, only SA rands. Most garages selling petrol also only accept cash.
If you are coming from Lyndenburg over the “long Tom Pass’, when you come down the last hill into Sabie, you will see houses on your left, then our Hillwatering sign and a large sign with a map of the town on it. Underneath the sign is a football street post. TURN LEFT. Follow the road for about 100 metres and then TURN RIGHT into Marula Street (there is another Hillwatering sign post here as well).
Follow the road own the hill and around the corner for about 200 metres, you will see a large beige coloured house on your left – 50 Marula Street. This is Hillwatering (it has a sign outside).
If you are coming from another direction (i.e. Hazyview, Graskop etc.), you will drive through Sabie and take the R532 road to Mashishing (previously Lydenburg). As you leave town, you will go through a 3-way top street. After this, follow the Mashishing road for approx. 1 kilometre, passing on your right a CALTEX garage and the golf course. Take the 2nd turn to your RIGHT (Hillwatering is signposted from here). This crosses a small bridge, about 50 metres further on, TURN RIGHT at the T-junction. Follow the road up the hill until you come to a 3-way stop street. TURN LEFT into Marula Street and No. 50 is about 200 metres further on, on the right.
Sabie is approximately a 4-hour drive from Johannes burg and Pretoria.
Services, Features and Activities
• Kruger National Park (Phabeni Gate) – 50 kms
• Elephant Sanctuary – 35 kms
• Lone Creek Falls – 5 kms
• Bridal Veil Falls – 5 kms
• Horse Shoe Falls – 10 kms
• Mac Mac Falls – 20 kms
• God’s Window – 35 kms
• Blyde River Canyon – 85 kms
• Pilgrims Rest – 45 kms
• Sudwala Caves – 50 kms
En Suite Bathroom, Tea/Coffee, Bar Fridge, Satellite, Internet, Languages spoken: English; German; Dutch, Safe Facilities, Children over 12 welcome, Breakfast, SecureParking, Laundry