About Barberton Manor Guest House
Barberton Manor Guest House, the Gem of Barberton built in 1927 after a Sir Herbert Baker design is a National Heritage and still in it's original state, but offers modern day comfort.
The two storey, spacious house is surrounded by botanical garden of two hectares, near the road to Swaziland 40 km, 60 km from the Kruger Park and 65 km from Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport near Nelspruit.
Barberton, being the undiscovered gem of the Lowfeld, offers many attractions: hiking trails, scenic drives, visiting a gold mine, an Heritage Walk starting at the museum and many more.
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Things to do in and around Barberton
(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...
(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...
(3.2 km from Barberton)
Get bunged up with local knowledge at the Barberton Museum where the geology, mining, Swazi history and general history of Barberton are displayed, as well as Belhaven and Stopforth House Museums, Fernlea Museum and the Block House.Find out about...
(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’,...