About The Orchards Ermelo
Relax in an exclusive area in Ermelo, a small town in the province of Mpumalanga between Gauteng and Swaziland. Ermelo is a booming little town that forms the centre point of many smaller towns including Hendrina, Carolina, Amsterdam, Piet Retief, Volksrust, Standerton, and Bethal to name but a few. It is an ideal stopover when travelling from Cape Town to the Kruger National Park or from Gauteng to KwaZulu-Natal.
Our intimate executive accommodation nestled in an orchard offers a tranquil and comfortable stay. The six stylishly designed bedrooms are all en-suite with underfloor heating, furnished with a flair of luxury to ensure your comfort. We also offer Internet access and fax facilities.
After a comfortable and relaxing night, enjoy either a full English or continental breakfast in our dining room or out on the terrace overlooking the private and immaculately kept garden.
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The Orchards Ermelo Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Ermelo
(52.5 km from Ermelo)
The El Dorian trail is situated on the Mpumalanga escarpment between Carolina and Badplaas. The horse trail covers 20 000 hectares of mountain and is ideal for beginners as well as advanced riders. There is a waterfall on the trail, rivers and...
(52.5 km from Ermelo)
The El Dorian hiking trail is located between Carolina and Badplaas in Mpumalanga. It is a two-day circular trail covering 15 km the first day and 12 km the second day. The trail goes past grass fields, indigenous forests, rock pools, fountains...
(56.8 km from Ermelo)
Bethal Dam is situated within the small town of Bethal. It's a popular spot for camping, boating, water skiing, swimming and fishing. Although Bethal Dam Resort is a municipal resort, high standards are maintained and caravan clubs use the...
(88.5 km from Ermelo)
Located on the Vaal River near Standerton, Grootdraai Dam was constructed in 1981 to supply the water needs of the SASOL plants at Secunda. Today the dam is a popular water sport and fishing destination.