Cairos Country House Francia Wait, South Africa
11 October 2010
We enjoyed it tremendously. We enjoyed the room, the stay, the breakfast was really wonderful. Our hosts were so friendly and kind. I would truly recommend Cairos Country House.
Cairos Country House Anonymous, South Africa
04 October 2010
**peaceful and lovely** Mpho Mabule, South Africa
31 January 2010
My experience there was nice short and peaceful.
although the road is horrible, its certainly worth the stay at the hotel.
Joan and Jana were very sweet and always willing to help me out.
for my 1st time in Witbank, Ive got to say that i will definitely do it again.
thank you Joan for a beautiful, peaceful stay.
Had a lovely stay Anonymous, South Africa
20 January 2010
Staff were friendly and hospitable. Peaceful surroundings and spacious, clean rooms. Enjoyed the dinner and breakfast. Will recommend this
place to anybody.
Pleasant Anonymous, South Africa
12 November 2009
My stay was pleasant thank you
Wonderful place Anonymous, ---Not Specified---
24 August 2009
Cairos Country House is such a wonderful place and we received such a warm welcome. It is such a beautiful house and wonderful service that suits the budget. I will definitely visit again.
Two nights in the honeymoon suite Philip Lloyd, South Africa
26 July 2009
The directions to the Lodge were excellent - it was just a pity that the final few km was down a road that was pure Mpumalanga, with potholes big enough to shake my bones followed by speed humps (!) of a viciousness that their size disguised.
Once there, I was warmly welcomed - with an apology for the fact that the room that was supposed to have been mine wasn't available, so instead they had decided to put me in the honeymoon suite. Did I mind? Slightly - if I had but known, I'd have brought my wife!
Then I hadn't thought of dinner. Would it be possible? If I didn't mind pork, no problem. And at 6.30, I was summoned. A real South African meal - great slabs of delicious roast pork, 'pap' and bredie gravy, mixed beans and beetroot, enough for two hungry men. Then lashings of fresh fruit, and coffee.
That night it was -2 deg C, and even with the heater on, the room had a distinct chill. But the blankets! One fur rug, with an artificial suede backing; a double thick patterned rug; and the usual sheets, and I was as warm as anything. A hot shower in the morning made the chill bearable, and the towel was large and super-adsorbent.
Breakfast was another good South African feast - two huge smoked sausages, lashings of scrambled egg, lots of toast with delicious jams and strong coffee.
The second evening was much like the first, except I went out to a nearby mall for dinner, and watched a little TV in the lounge when I returned. The lounge had satellite TV with a wide choice of channels - the bedroom only had six channels, most of them SATV which I never normally watch, and I hope it will be a long time before I do so again.
I left early the next morning, before breakfast, as I had to be in Johannesburg by 7. I enjoyed my stay - I was most comfortable, and the charges very reasonable.
A lovely stay. Riata Volschenk, South Africa
17 September 2008
Very nice stay! Had a lovely time!