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About Cockney Liz Hotel

Cockney Liz Hotel is situated in the historic mining town of Barberton, with its breathtaking view of the Makhonjwa Mountains. The Cockney Liz provides comfortable overnight accommodation in clean rooms with en-suite bathrooms, and is situated in town so the lively buzz of this lovely little town can be experienced first-hand.

Barberton is a by-product of the hills, a relic of fleeting gold fever. Once the ‘Gem of the Lowveld’, the town now rests in the supporting arms of the beautiful Makhonjwa Mountains. There are Heritage Walk signposts around town and a number of hiking trails in the hills behind.

A slow stroll from the town centre will take you into a gentle wooded ravine where you can see purple crested turaco, Knysna turaco and narina trogon. Another walk includes a kilometre-long tunnel used in the old days to move ore from a mine to a long vanished crusher. This is a destination you can make your own. Relax in the gentle serenity of the area, or thrill to the wild exuberance of the pioneering spirit as you explore on foot, by mountain bike or 4x4. Experience the wonder of this most ancient geology and its associated botanical richness, or play a gentle round of golf or game of bowls in the velvet air.

Our clean rooms provide comfortable overnight accommodation to corporate travellers, tourists, adventure-seekers and many more. The rooms are equipped with a TV with local channels and a tea and coffee station for the early birds. Secure parking is also provided.

Within a 12 km radius of the town you can reach half a dozen nature and wildlife reserves; inside an hour, through Malelane, you can be in the Kruger National Park. In two hours by road you can reach either Maputo or Mbabane, the capitals of neighbouring Mozambique and Swaziland.

  • Response Rate: 91%
  • Response Time: 5 hours
  • Type: Hotel
  • Sleeps: 32
  • Check-in: 02:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 1 Reviews


  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Budget
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Important Information

We reserve the right to request proof of payment for deposits or full payments that was made when deem it to be necessary. We reserve the right to charge guests for any damages to property that are wilfully caused or by their own negligence/improper behaviour.

Cockney Liz Hotel Rooms

Reviews for Cockney Liz Hotel

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Danie Visagie, South Africa
02 April 2013

Not enjoyed because room stick of smoking and matress bed is old and TV work not well.

Cockney Liz Hotel Map

Cockney Liz Hotel is 3.1km from the centre of Barberton , the nearest airport 45.1km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Things to do in and around Barberton

Barberton Golf Club

(2.4 km from Barberton)

One of the oldest clubs in the country, Barberton Golf Club hosts the popular "Barberton Daisy" Golf Tournament every year. This is an uphill course where one should try to stay out of the buffalo grass which represents the rough.Facilities include...

Makhonjwa Mountains

(4.2 km from Barberton)

The Makhonjwa Mountains around Barberton are renowned for their ancient green rocks with their unique scientific record of the pre-history of the earth and for the human stories in pursuit of hidden gold.Also referred to as the ‘Genesis of Life’,...

Eureka City 4x4 Trail

(10 km from Barberton)

Eureka City is an easy 4x4 trail located 10 km from Barberton. The trail has a grading of 2 and is 25 km long. It takes approximately 5 to 6 hours to complete. A 4x2 vehicle with diff lock, low range gear and high clearance is permitted. This is...

Barberton Steam Locomotive

(2.1 km from Barberton)

Take a slow stroll along the Heritage Walk from Barberton Museum to see a relic from yesteryear. This lovely old locomotive was brought to Barberton on its own steam in 1971, having served on the railway line between Barberton and Kaapmuiden from...