Böhm’s Zeederberg is a small owner-run Country House situated in the picturesque Sabie River Valley...
Böhm’s Zeederberg is a small owner-run Country House situated in the picturesque Sabie River Valley of the Mpumalanga Drakensberg, South Africa. Mrs Böhm and her German speaking family have been your friendly hosts since 1975, and have been awarded a Four Star Grading by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.
Böhm's Zeederberg offers 10 rooms, eight in the garden and two in the main building. The rooms are individually decorated and each feature a private veranda with views over the majestic Sabie River Valley. All rooms are equipped with a minibar fridge, telephone, tea and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer, heater and air-conditioner, and both king-size and twin bedded rooms are available. A third bed for an extra person sharing can fit into four of these rooms, if required.
The Country House is situated on a hilltop 900 meters above sea level in a Malaria-Free area, close to the Kruger National Park. The Garden Chalets boast panoramic views over the Sabie River Valley and surround the centrally situated swimming pool in a 2 hectare lush subtropical garden; filled with beautiful indigenous tree which have been labelled for your easy identification. The garden is a bird watches paradise, with two different kinds of Turaco nesting in the huge Wild Fig trees, to name a few of the abundant birds found at Böhm’s. The 60 hectare indigenous bush farm is alive with varied wildlife: small buck including Duiker and Bushbuck, Blue Vervet Monkeys and Bushbabies, many small mammals like Mongoose and Bats, and a myriad of indigenous birds.
The Country House is surrounded by all the major tourist attractions: just a 30 minute drive to the Kruger National Park and just a 30 minute drive to the start Panorama Route including all the waterfalls, God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels, the historical gold mining town of Pilgrim’s Rest, to the majestic Blyde River Canyon. Mrs Böhm offers up-to-date advice on scenic places to visit and walking trails in the area.