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Toad Hall Guest House

Address 42 Hoog Street, Wakkerstroom, Wakkerstroom
Phone Phone: 017 730 0427
Cellphone: 082 552 6650
Rates High Season: From R450 - R450
Rates Off Season: From R450 - R450
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Overview

Beautifully appointed Toad Hall is situated in the quiet village of Wakkerstroom, Mpumalanga, just three hours away from Johannesburg or Pretoria.

Toad Hall is a charming restored Victorian house circa 1867 and offers luxury accommodation for up to 8 guests….

Four double bedrooms (three twins and one double, two of which are en-suite and two with own bathrooms.

Log fires and electric blankets provide warmth in winter. In summer a beautiful garden provides serene surroundings and tranquility. Self-catering or bed and breakfast is offered.
Directions
N17 to Springs-Bethal:
Just after leaving Bethal (you will see a township on your left), turn right on to R35 to Morgenzon-Amersfoort.
At first traffic light in Amersfoort turn right on to N11 to Volksrust. (Do not take the turning to Wakkerstroom after leaving Amersfoort....go straight to Volksrust.
On entering Volksrust, at first traffic light turn left on to R435 to Wakkerstroom (27kms).
Once in Wakkerstroom, at first stop sign turn right (there is ‘Honeymoon Cheese’ shop on your right- yellow building).
Toad Hall is on next block on corner---turn left into 42 Hoog Street, driveway entrance on right.

GPS Coordinates
Longitude - 27.3541° S
Latitude - 30.1243° E

Services, Features and Activities

Attractions
Birders can look forward to various birds that are endemic to the area, and guided birding tours can be arranged. The 700 hectare wetland, with four hides, plus the drives in and around the village, out to Zaaihoek Dam or towards Piet Retief guarantee great birding experience.

Mountain biking, hiking or scenic drives keep the more adventurous busy, and cozy log fires in winter keep the more sedate visitor warm on those lazy winter afternoons. For those interested in history, further out of the village Anglo Boer War and Zulu War sites, as well as rock art sites can be visited. Trout and bass fishing is available in dams nearby on arrangement.

Wakkerstroom Walks and Trails. A new venture has started in Wakkerstroom - walks in and around the village. The aim is to provide visitors with walks and trails that show off the natural beauty as well as the fauna and flora. Definitely the best of what Wakkerstroom has to offer.
Features
Ensuite Bathroom, Tea/Coffee, Satellite, Languages spoken: English & Afrikaans, All children welcome, Breakfast
Room Options
Twin, Double, Luxury