Loerie Guest Farm is a peaceful country haven with a laidback atmosphere, where guests can simply kick off their shoes and wholly unwind...
Loerie Guest Farm is a peaceful country haven with a laidback atmosphere, where guests can simply kick off their shoes and wholly unwind next to the swimming pool. The farm is just a short drive from Kruger National Park, the Blyde River Canyon, God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and Pilgrims Rest, the restored gold rush town and home of Jock of the Bushveld.
Loerie Guest Farm is tucked away in the Sabie River Valley, amongst indigenous forests and set in pleasant garden surroundings with abundant bird life. Situated on a working banana farm in the sub-tropical Sabie River valley with splendid mountain views, Loerie Guest Farm is strategically situated 35 km east of Sabie and 17 km west of the Kruger National Park, midway between the spectacular scenery of the great escarpment and the world-famous game lodges.
Game safaris and bush walks can be arranged prior to arrival.
Guests can relax playing pool, table tennis or volley ball next to our large swimming pool or sitting next to the bushfire in the evening at the communal braai area. Other attractions and activities close by include game drives, bush walks; elephant rides; river rafting, quad biking, tubing, horse riding; Chimp Eden, Sodwala Caves; Moholoholo Animal and Bird Rehabilitation Centre; Kapama Cheetah Project and many more. The guest farm is also just three and a half hours' drive from Johannesburg and OR Tambo International Airport.
For groups of six and more we offer two large dormitories comprising a ladies section and a men section. The ladies section features three rooms, a twin room sleeping two people on twin beds with a private en-suite bathroom and a small dorm room sleeping six people on bunk beds. The larger dorm room sleeps up to 24 people on bunk beds.
The men's section offers four rooms, a twin room sleeping two people on twin beds with a private en-suite bathroom, two dorm rooms sleeping 12 people on bunk beds, and smaller dorm room sleeping six people on bunk beds. The men’s section has its own toilets and showers. Dormitories must be booked at least two days in advance. In addition, groups are welcome to use the fully equipped communal kitchen and dining room for self catering, or can contact the owner for prepared meals.