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An-Mari Guest House is the elegant home of Marius and Annelise Grové, situated in the historic town of Lydenburg, centrally located in the majestic Mpumalanga Province. Your hosts pride themselves in offering guests a comfortable stay with friendly hospitality, making you feel right at home.
Intimate attention to detail is apparent throughout their lovely home. Lavish luxury is combined with an old-world flair to set a relaxing and sophisticated mood, yet still managing to retain a sense of serenity and seclusion from the rest of the world.
An-Mari Guest House offers a complete bed and breakfast service, with all of the conveniences one could wish for with four double bedrooms. Breakfast is served in the classical dining room, adorned with pictures and portraits of generations of family members. Dinner is available on request. Guests are most welcome to relax under the lapa overlooking Lydenburg and the Steenkamps Mountain, or in one of the comfortable living rooms. Secure parking will ensure a good night’s rest and peace of mind.
Apart from its spectacular location, Lydenburg also sports a wide range of tourist attractions including historical buildings and monuments, and some of the region’s best trout fishing facilities.
In the surrounding area are some of the province’s best tourist attractions including the Long Tom Pass, God’s Window, the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve, the Echo Caves, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and the Lydenburg Falls.
- Type: Guest House
- Sleeps: 8
- Check-in: 12:00 PM Check-out: 10:00 AM
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Things to do in and around Lydenburg
Nature Reserve (14.2 km from Lydenburg)
The Sterkspruit Nature Reserve is situated just outside of Lydenburg in Mpumalanga. The reserve's escarpment incorporates highveld grassland, forested kloofs, wooded stream banks, and quartzite cliffs. The natural habitat is perfect for fly fishing,...
Theatre, Gallery or Museum (4.3 km from Lydenburg)
The Lydenburg Museum focuses on the cultural, archaeological and ethnographic history of the Pedi area. The museum’s current location is in the Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve, home to a variety of indigenous antelope, small mammals and birds of the...
Nature Reserve (6.8 km from Lydenburg)
The Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve is situated north-east of Lydenburg next to the R37 (Long Tom Pass) road. The Lydenburg Museum is located at the entrance to the reserve. The reserve is named in honour of Mr Gustav Klingbiel, a former councillor...
Lone Creek Falls is a well-known spot and is part of the waterfall route in the area of Sabie, Mpumalanga. A short 200 m walk from the parking will take you to the foot of the 68 m waterfall. If you'd like to experience the falls in solitude and...