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About Hillwatering Country House

This beautiful country house is set in the malaria free hills of Mpumalanga, South-Africa, situated only four hours from Johannesburg and 40 km from the Kruger National Park.

Hillwatering offers its guests very spacious bedrooms all of which have their own bathrooms and verandah which overlook the mountains and waterfall. Enjoy your English and continental breakfast, which is served either on the verandah or inside by the log fire, or take a picnic breakfast by prior arrangement and spend the day site seeing the Big 5 in the Kruger National Park.

Riana and Ane pride themselves in offering you all the comforts of their home and garden. They are also on hand to help you plan your trips with their local knowledge. Self-catering is not available at Hillwatering Country House. We only take children from 12 years upwards.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 13 Reviews


  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Card Facilities

Languages Spoken

  • English


  • Portfolio Collection
  • 4 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
  • AA Highly Recommended

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Reviews for Hillwatering Country House

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Paul Hancock, South Africa
20 June 2016

Accommodation was slightly dated with very hard beds. 

Oletta Mahapa, South Africa
03 January 2012

We had a wonderful time. The place was beautiful and welcoming.

René Geers, Netherlands
07 March 2010

A wonderful experience to stay at Hillwatering. The accommodation is very nice with a lot of personal input. Very clean and comfortable. Hosts are friendly and cooperative.

Johanni Naude, South Africa
19 February 2010

We only stayed for one night, but we had a very pleasant stay at Hillwatering Coutry House. The rooms were very cool and quite spacious. From our rooms we had garden view and in the distance we can see two of the area's most beautiful waterfalls (Lone Creek and Bridal Veil falls). Richard and his wife are very friendly and made us feel right at home. They also gave us great advise about where to eat and what to do in the area. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone staying in the Sabie area. Great value for money!

Ann Holmes, South Africa
02 December 2009

We arrived late and were made very welcome indeed, the room was perfect, and the verandah and garden lovely. We had ordered Dinner and it was good, and the breakfast great.

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Hillwatering Country House is 1.2km from the centre of Sabie , the nearest airport 47.9km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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