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The Royal Coach

12 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

The Royal Coach is situated in the historic gold mining village of Kaapschehoop and is the original coach that Queen Elizabeth II travelled...
The Royal Coach is situated in the historic gold mining village of Kaapschehoop and is the original coach that Queen Elizabeth II travelled in on her visit to South Africa in 1947. The Royal Coach is ideal for visitors looking simply to get away and relax and for wanderers seeking new viewpoints.

The coach consists of three wood-panelled comfortable bedrooms furnished with three-quarter and double beds. One of the rooms has an en-suite bathroom while the other two rooms share a bathroom; they all have baths. An interior dividing door separates one bedroom from the other two, promoting both cosy intimacy and privacy when desired. Meals are available at the Salvador Bistro, run by the same owners, which is open from 08:00 but earlier breakfasts can be arranged. The bistro is famous for wood-fire pizzas and a cosy fireplace in winter.

Kaapschehoop is a fantastic venue for photographers, birdwatchers and nature lovers, and is the ideal romantic setting as proven by the frequency of weddings in the town chapel. Birdwatching can be done at the Blue Swallow Nature Reserve and guests can book a guided tour to seek out the endangered birds. Various other animals can also be seen including a vast selection of flora and fascinating rock formations. There are a variety of nature walks, a waterfall and mountain bike trails within walking distance, as well as a horse trail facility located 8 km from the village. The town provides a convenient stopover for travellers making their way to the Kruger National Park or Mozambique.
from R640

Nostalgie

12 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Nostalgie is a lovely self-catering house situated in the small town of Kaapsehoop.

The beds are queen size and the lounge is...
Nostalgie is a lovely self-catering house situated in the small town of Kaapsehoop.

The beds are queen size and the lounge is comfortably furnished and equipped with wide screen TV with all DSTV channels. DVD player with dvd's. Linen and towels, as well as electric blankets are provided, and the rooms share a bathroom with a bath only. There is an outside shower for guests to enjoy. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, a stove and oven, a microwave as well as tea and coffee facilities. Lovely views can be enjoyed from the furnished stoep and under-cover parking is provided.

Wild horses also roam the area and guests are bound to see them while visiting. Various horse riding trails are available.
from R700

Khamkirri

11 Reviews
Sleeps 3 in 1 room

Khamkirri is a one bedroom self-catering house situated in the small mountain village of Kaapsehoop. The house offers self-catering...
Khamkirri is a one bedroom self-catering house situated in the small mountain village of Kaapsehoop. The house offers self-catering accommodation ideal for a couple or a small family. The house can sleep three people.

The house is fully equipped for self-catering. The open-plan living area has a well equipped kitchen with a microwave, mini-stove with an oven, and a fridge. All cutlery and crockery is provided. The living room has ample seating and a small dining table. There is an extra single bed in the living room. From the balcony guests can enjoy views of the wild horses roaming grazing in the adjacent field.

Kaapsehoop is perfect for birdwatching as the area boasts a wide variety of endangered bird species. Wild horses also roam the area and guests are bound to see them while visiting. Various horse riding trails are available.
from R700

Stonehaven

2 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Stonehaven is a spacious house situated in the peaceful area of Kaapsehoop, only 24 km from Nelspruit. The house can comfortably sleep...
Stonehaven is a spacious house situated in the peaceful area of Kaapsehoop, only 24 km from Nelspruit. The house can comfortably sleep eight people, and is fully equipped for a self-catering family holiday.

Stonehaven has three spacious bedroom with one en-suite bathroom and one shared bathroom. Bedding and bath towels are provided. The open-plan living area includes a dining area and lounge. The modern kitchen is well equipped and includes a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, and all cutlery, crockery and cooking appliances for preparing home cooked meals.

The living room faces large doors, leading to the patio and out into the enclosed garden. The patio area has braai facilities and patio furniture where guests can enjoy meals outside in the fresh country air. There is parking for four motor cars of which two of these will be under the car port.
from R500

Mountain Haven Guest House

32 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 8 rooms

Mountain Haven Guest House offers self-catering budget accommodation that is comfortable and clean....
Mountain Haven Guest House offers self-catering budget accommodation that is comfortable and clean. There are eight Two-sleeper Units, eight Four-sleeper Units and eight Six-sleeper Units. All units have basically equipped kitchenettes and bathrooms with showers.

The Six-sleeper Units have two double beds in separate rooms upstairs and two bunk beds in the lounge. The Four-sleeper Units contain separate bedrooms with double beds and two bunk beds in the lounge. The Two-sleeper Units have double beds and bathrooms. The unit all have views of the grasslands and forests. We promise to help you find all the most interesting places, to prepare your braai on your return and be available so that your stay is a pleasant one.

There is a lovely entertainment area with a fireplace, pool table, darts, and games. Surrounded by forests, waterfalls, unusual rock formations and thousand metre drops with magnificent views, you’ll find Kaapse Hoop has the ambience that few other places in Mpumalanga or even South Africa have.
from R390

Kaapsehoop Adventures

6 Reviews
Sleeps 13 in 4 rooms

Kaapsehoop Adventures is located in Coetzeestroom, in the heart of the Berlin Forest. Guests have access to a communal boma that is...
Kaapsehoop Adventures is located in Coetzeestroom, in the heart of the Berlin Forest. Guests have access to a communal boma that is equipped with barbecue facilities and cooking facilities, and breakfast, dinner and picnic baskets can be supplied at an additional cost on request.

Guests have a choice of staying in four comfortably furnished rooms. One of the rooms is furnished with a double bed and has a built-in log fireplace, while the other three rooms are furnished with single beds; one of these has a built-in log fireplace. Ablution facilities are shared and consist of male and female bathrooms with showers. There is no electricity but limited solar lightning is available and hot water is provided with a donkey boiler.

Kaapsehoop Adventures is a true nature lover’s paradise and with over 200 bird species, one of which is the endangered enigmatic blue swallow, the area is the birdwatcher and photographer’s delight. Guests can go on hiking trails or guided tours to waterfalls, horseback riding, archery and mountain biking. Several herds of wild horses roam the greater Kaapsehoop area and are often seen at Kaapsehoop Adventures.
from R500

Ou Plaashuis

3 Reviews
Sleeps 9 in 3 rooms

Die Ou Plaashuis is indeed what the name suggests: an old farmhouse. Here we try and make our guests as comfortable as possible without...
Die Ou Plaashuis is indeed what the name suggests: an old farmhouse. Here we try and make our guests as comfortable as possible without sacrificing our old farmhouse ways and traditions.

We get up early in the morning, then the dogs start barking, the birds start chirping and the kettle starts whistling. We then start brewing real ‘moer’ coffee and the aroma fills the whole house. In winter we light the old Union stove and everybody comes to warm their hands, body and backside.

Our rooms are very spacious and bathrooms are en suite. Each room has a separate outside entrance for privacy and convenience. If you wish to self-cater the house can sleep nine people and the kitchen is fully equipped with all you need.

The town of Kaapse Hoop is safe and quiet and one can go walking day or night. Our dogs sleep inside and although noisy are very alert and effective deterrents. Cars are parked inside the yard and the gate is locked at night.
from R900

Lambourn's

8 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Lambourn's is a little gem of a place in the quaint gold rush town of Kaapsehoop. Here you will find yourself surrounded by breathtaking...
Lambourn's is a little gem of a place in the quaint gold rush town of Kaapsehoop. Here you will find yourself surrounded by breathtaking views and strange formations of rock made of sand-stone which are ablaze in color with flowering aloes in June and July.

Offering luxurious self-catering accommodation, the unit has three bedrooms with three bathrooms and sleeps six people. The main bedroom has its own balcony with a breath taking view. The open-plan kitchen has all the modern amenities such as a microwave and a stove as well as a dishwasher and a dryer to make your stay comfortable. DStv facilities is available, but guests have to bring their own smartcard. There is also a sky-light which has clear glass to allow for star-gazing on those clear starry nights. You may even see a shooting star to make a wish upon. Regretfully no pets are allowed.

The rock-rabbits sun themselves and watch you with curiosity. The garden is alive with bird song, butterflies and all sorts of little critters. The wild horses are frequently seen in the sleepy village and if you take a hike to the edge of the escarpment you are sure to see them running on the plains. If what you need is to catch your breath and feel alive, then Lambourn's is the place to be.
from R1200

Koek n Pan Cottage

5 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Koek n Pan is set in the tranquil village of Kaapsehoop atop the mountains near Nelspruit. This family cottage offers self-catering...
Koek n Pan is set in the tranquil village of Kaapsehoop atop the mountains near Nelspruit. This family cottage offers self-catering accommodation is a private and spacious cottage and sleeps four people comfortably.

The cottage is fully equipped and consists two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open-plan living room with a kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge-freezer, microwave, electric stove and all cooking appliances, cutlery and crockery. The kitchen has a granite breakfast counter facing the open living room. The living room has a large couch and a TV with DStv selective channels. There is also a braai facility available on request.

The Koek n Pan is adjacent to the Koek n Pan restaurant where you can enjoy additional meals after a busy day sightseeing, horse riding and hiking.
from R700

Silver Mist Guest House

6 Reviews
Sleeps 72 in 32 rooms

Silver Mist Country Inn offers tranquil accommodation situated in the small village of Kaapsehoop. The area is well known for its wild...
Silver Mist Country Inn offers tranquil accommodation situated in the small village of Kaapsehoop. The area is well known for its wild horses roaming freely in the peaceful nature.

There are 24 Guest Rooms available and eight Self-catering Units. Guests can enjoy delicious meals in the restaurant, or a drink at the bar with a cellar that is filled with great wines.

A charming chapel and multi-purpose hall is ideal for weddings and private functions. This popular tourist village is a haven of beauty, with its misty mountains and high rainfalls.
from R750

Long Creek Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Long Creek is the ideal retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday living, it is where you can escape and be invigorated by the clean...
Long Creek is the ideal retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday living, it is where you can escape and be invigorated by the clean mountain air. This exclusive lodge with its luxurious atmosphere in the quiet village of Kaapsehoop is one of the first alluvial gold mining towns established in the old Transvaal.

The lodge boasts five individual en-suite luxury rooms. It offers a cosy ladies bar and a restaurant from which to choose your breakfast, lunch and supper cuisine. More often, dense mist can be encountered during the summer which provides the ideal ambiance for evenings alongside the log fire in the opulent lounge which overlooks the surrounding countryside and forests. A full-sized snooker table in the games room provide hours of fun.

The area is known for its diversity of hiking trails. Footpaths meander around amazing rock formations, aloes, trees, wild flowers, and the stunning Battery Creek Falls. You often encounter the horses roaming freely; they are just as at home here as the residents.
from R850

Kaapsche Hoop Gastehuis

7 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

Kaapsche Hoop, also known as Kaapsehoop or Kaapse Hoop, dates from the famous gold rush of the late 1880s where fortunes were made and more...
Kaapsche Hoop, also known as Kaapsehoop or Kaapse Hoop, dates from the famous gold rush of the late 1880s where fortunes were made and more often, lost. Nestled on the edge of the Mpumalanga escarpment, Kaapsche Hoop overlooks the valleys toward Barberton and Nelspruit. The guest house offers eight luxury en-suite rooms, each with its own private entrance, as well as a restaurant and bar providing a la carte and buffet dinners for our guests only. In the dining room there is a wonderful fireplace for romantic evenings and a place with a TV.

Situated just 28 km from Nelspruit, Kaapsche Hoop Gastehuis is ideally located as a base from for day trips to Sabie, Graskop, the Kruger National Park, Barberton, and even Mozambique or Swaziland. At the end of a busy day, you can escape the heat of the Lowveld and rest in the mosquito-free mountain air, or in winter, relax with a glass of exquisite wine.
from R1178

Karin's Kaia

28 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Karin’s Kaia is a cosy, self-catering home-away-from-home located in the Nelspruit area of Mpumalanga. The cottage sleep two to four...
Karin’s Kaia is a cosy, self-catering home-away-from-home located in the Nelspruit area of Mpumalanga. The cottage sleep two to four adults, and comprises two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Modern amenities include a TV and DStv dish (bring own decoder), an upper lounge and deck offering breath-taking berg views, a lower lounge with a fireplace, a barbecue area, and a lovely open-plan kitchen with an oven, stove, microwave, and fridge and freezer. Regrettably no pets.
from R600

Kaapsehoop Horse Trails

Sleeps 24 in 4 rooms

Kaapsehoop Horse Trails is a well-known and peaceful retreat set on the Drakensberg escarpment, 35 km from Nelspruit. We offer horse...
Kaapsehoop Horse Trails is a well-known and peaceful retreat set on the Drakensberg escarpment, 35 km from Nelspruit. We offer horse riding, self-catering accommodation, educational equine programmes, volunteer experiences and much more.

The farm-style self-catering accommodation offers a reviving getaway in the countryside. The houses are fully equipped for your basic needs and with barbecue facilities. Fire wood is supplied but it is recommended to bring charcoal with. Note that Kaapsehoop has an altitude of 1600 m with temperatures of up to 10° cooler than Nelspruit, so bring some warm clothes.

With over 30 years of trail-riding experience, your host Christo works on a natural horsemanship basis. Here you can enjoy comfortable and safe horse riding, whether a beginner or an experienced rider, on the well-trained cross-bred horses with a choice of English or western-type saddles.

As part of our educational programme, we offer an exciting five day pony camp for the kids during school holidays, an alternative way of learning through these tailor-made packages. This is also a unique venue for small weddings, functions and corporate events.
from R540

Diggers Edge Avonture

4 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Located on the edge of the escarpment, Diggers Edge Avonture overlooks the Battery Creek valley flowing towards the Elands River. With...
Located on the edge of the escarpment, Diggers Edge Avonture overlooks the Battery Creek valley flowing towards the Elands River. With nothing and nobody around you, this is the place to unwind.

There is a double room in The Tower affording supreme privacy and beautiful views, and there are three separate rooms in the old Bungalow. The rooms are equipped with up to three single beds in each and the separate ablutions offer two spacious showers. The kitchen has most amenities required including a fridge-freezer and a stove. A microwave oven is available on request. The braai area is where it really happens, while those who don’t want to be close to the fire can sit on the deck or hide in the thatched hall.

Due to the proximity of the unprotected high cliffs, this site is not recommended for persons under the age of 10 years. Guests occupying Digger’s Edge Avonture will be required to sign an indemnity form. Keys will need to be collected at Kaapsche Hoop Guest House.
from R440

Die Erf

2 Reviews
Sleeps 9 in 4 rooms

Die Erf is situated in the small town of Kaapsche Hoop. This well-appointed double-storey house offers four bedrooms furnished with double...
Die Erf is situated in the small town of Kaapsche Hoop. This well-appointed double-storey house offers four bedrooms furnished with double and three-quarter beds and can sleep a maximum of nine people.

Comfortably furnished, the rooms share the use of two bathrooms and all the necessary bedding and towelling is provided. The kitchen is fully equipped with a stove, a microwave and a fridge. All the necessary cutlery and crockery is provided. Guests can relax in the lounge, and make use of the small braai area.

The rooms will be serviced every second day but should you require a maid daily it will be additional fee. The keys for Die Erf has to be collected and delivered to Kaapsche Hoop Gastehuis in the main street which is Kruger Street.

You will find wild horses, amazing waterfalls and spectacular views at Die Erf. We are an ideal halfway point between Johannesburg and just about every wonder that Mpumalanga has to offer. Spend an evening, weekend or week here. A day trip to the Kruger National Park or other place of beauty such as Pilgrim's Rest and God's Window are possible using us as a home base. For your stay in Kaapsche Hoop, the Wild Horse restaurant offers great meals and hospitality. We will also act as an information centre from where bookings to other activities such as horse trails, hiking trails, fly fishing and the Kruger National Park.
from R620

Angels Mist Guest House

6 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Angels Mist Guest House is a newly refurbished guest house set in the peaceful haven of Kaapsehoop. We offer the tranquility of country...
Angels Mist Guest House is a newly refurbished guest house set in the peaceful haven of Kaapsehoop. We offer the tranquility of country life with the convenience of the proximity to Nelspruit, the Sudwala Caves and the grand splendour of the Makhonjwa Mountains.

Our double-storey house has eight comfortable double rooms, all of which have en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee-making facilities and full access to our rooftop deck which offers spectacular views of the Blue Swallow Reserve and horses. There is safe parking on the premises and a 24-hour security policy.

Kaapsehoop is a little town where wild horses still roam the streets and the surrounding forests. There is beautiful nearby waterfall hidden in an indigenous forest and visitors can walk through the sandstone natural “art gallery" which will bring you to one of South Africa craters which can be seen from the lookout point. In the far distance you can see Barberton at the foot of one of the crater’s walls.

Being only 28 km from Nelspruit, we are ideally situated as a home base from which you can travel for day trips to Sabie, Graskop, the Kruger National Park, Barberton, Badplaas and even Mozambique or Swaziland. At the end of a busy day, you can escape the heat of the Lowveld and rest in the mosquito-free mountain air of Kaapsehoop, or you can vegetate with a glass of exquisite wine during winter.
from R600

Die Paalhys

3 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Die Paalhys is a Canadian type fully equipped solid log home overlooking un-obstructed natural mountain terrain. The house is set in the...
Die Paalhys is a Canadian type fully equipped solid log home overlooking un-obstructed natural mountain terrain. The house is set in the quite village of Kaapsehoop where horses run free and the cool morning mist creates a magical setting in the mountains.

The house has two bedrooms and an open-plan living area with a fully equipped kitchen and a deck. The open-plan kitchen includes an old-style six-seater dining room table adjacent to the lounge with a television, local channels only. There is two additional sleeper couches for children in the large double volume lounge area. The huge deck area has a Webber braai and views of the natural surroundings. Covered paring is provided.

The small village offers many trails and restaurants run by the local residents creating a homely atmosphere to enjoy a peaceful vacation.
from R620
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