Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Haenertsburg, Limpopo

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Haenertsburg
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Wegraakbosch Organic Farm
Wegraakbosch Farm is an eco-friendly farm with its own organic dairy and cheesery.
Debengeni Waterfalls
The roaring Debengeni Falls is a magical spot for picnicking or swimming in the crystal pool.
Zwakala Brewery
Limpopo’s award winning craft brewery! What a cool venue, awesome people and incredible beer.
Canopy Tours
Tarzan and Jane style adventure! Canopy tour, Gecko Tubing, Guided Quad Biking, Abseiling, Klooffing or Canyoning, Paintball, Wall climbing, Mountain Biking.
Glynnis Steyn
Take time to find yourself and let wellness specialist Glynnis help you balance mind, body and soul. Instant pain & stress relief, reflexology and aromatherapy.
The Growth Centre
Colleen Ballenden offers foot massages, reiki and more at The Growth Centre. A quiet sanctuary for reflection and tranquillity.
Magoebaskloof Hotel
Whether you are an experienced spa-goer or a first-time visitor, Bakwena Express Spa has the perfect treatments for you to de-stress comfortably.
Pot & Plow
An English mountain pub well worth visiting! The Pot ‘n Plow is an essential stop for pizza, pool and plenty of chat.
Mountain Café
Imagine a place where the best local ingredients are brought together to create seasonal dishes that speak of the best the mountain has to offer. Fresh produce, exquisite flavours, beautiful surroundings – whether it’s a sumptuous breakfast, lunch in front of a log fire or a glass of wine overlooking the lake, Mountain Café is.
Caffé Villa Trattoria
Menu with a real Italian flair. Lovely open and sunny deck and crackling fireplaces inside for the colder days. The ideal place to relax with family and friends.
Iron Crown Pub & Bistro
An English style country pub and bistro, serving succulent steaks, light bites and hearty pub classics.
Red Plate Restaurant
Enjoy a full menu with breakfast, lunch and dinner outside on the deck or inside in front of a roaring fire.
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Our Generator Policy

Dear Guest, we have had to change our methods for running the generators due to the rise in recent diesel prices, our monthly diesel bill has gone up by over R10,000 and we have not raised our room rates to recoup this expense. It will be much appreciated if you could abide by the rules:

Main Building:

  • Please note that when we are on loadshedding or have a fault and are running on the generator, the geysers will not be warming water. Please understand that we have 18 geysers to warm, and it is just not viable at current diesel prices.
  • Please be considerate of your fellow guests, as some rooms share a geyser. If used sparingly the water remains warm for at least a day.
  • Rooms that share: Paris/Jade, Egypt/Africa, Delft/Darnis, Hanoi/Manhattan/Grindelwald - all other rooms have their own geysers.

Kyoto/Loch Lomond

  • As the generator for the chalets are only shared by the two chalets - the cost of running them all day long when electricity is out, is just not viable as the cost would only be shared by two chalets where the main building has 15 rooms.
  • Should the electricity be off due to a fault we will put the generator on from 6 to 8am, 12-2pm and 5 - 9pm only. Your geysers should warm in this period, as well.
  • When there is loadshedding over a meal time, we will also put the generator on for that period in order that meals can be prepared, otherwise it will remain off.