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About Die Erf

Die Erf is situated in the small town of Kaapsche Hoop. This well-appointed double-storey house offers four bedrooms furnished with double and three-quarter beds and can sleep a maximum of nine people.

Comfortably furnished, the rooms share the use of two bathrooms and all the necessary bedding and towelling is provided. The kitchen is fully equipped with a stove, a microwave and a fridge. All the necessary cutlery and crockery is provided. Guests can relax in the lounge, and make use of the small braai area.

The rooms will be serviced every second day but should you require a maid daily it will be additional fee. The keys for Die Erf has to be collected and delivered to Kaapsche Hoop Gastehuis in the main street which is Kruger Street.

You will find wild horses, amazing waterfalls and spectacular views at Die Erf. We are an ideal halfway point between Johannesburg and just about every wonder that Mpumalanga has to offer. Spend an evening, weekend or week here. A day trip to the Kruger National Park or other place of beauty such as Pilgrim's Rest and God's Window are possible using us as a home base. For your stay in Kaapsche Hoop, the Wild Horse restaurant offers great meals and hospitality. We will also act as an information centre from where bookings to other activities such as horse trails, hiking trails, fly fishing and the Kruger National Park.

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  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 10 hours
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 9
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 5 Reviews

Facilities

  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Hiking

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

Die Erf Rooms

Reviews for Die Erf

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Brian Gordon
13 November 2017

Lots of space in house and outside for children

Annalie Coetzee
02 October 2017

The rooms are lovely, everything of good quality and the hosts super friendly and accommodating. We were given the closed "deck" in which to braai and kuier - just our family. Will definately stay nowhere else when we're back in future.

Melissa van der Watt, South Africa
26 December 2016

Our family thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Die Erf. Upon arrival, the house was clean and well prepared. Everyday, we were treated by having staff come in and clean the braai / outside area as well as having a lady clean the house, make the beds and wash the dishes daily.We were treated with daily visits from the Wild Horses as well as some friendly cats and dogs :)The owners of the house were accommodating to any need and ensured a care free and enjoyable stay!We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Die Erf which is a spacious, well equipped home away from home and I would recommend this self-cateri...
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Peter Giesler, South Africa
27 December 2012

First of all when arriving, we had to wait two hours, till 3pm for the cleaner to finish. The drain going to the septic tank is broken, causing an unbearable stench the whole time. The fridge is broken and the stove does not work properly. Some of the dishes and glasses in the cupboards were filthy and others still had a price tag on. The soap provided in the bathroom was used before and soggy. The house is generally in a bad state and comparing with other places we stayed in recently, highly overpriced for what is offered. I can carry on with my list, but what is the point, we won't be back.

Janeen de Klerk, South Africa
07 November 2011

We really enjoyed it and will definitely be back. Good value for money. A few problems with hot water but they were quickly attended to. Very well equipped. Had a great weekend.

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Die Erf is 0.3km from the centre of Kaapsehoop , the nearest airport 43.7km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling