About Lisbon Hideaway
Rediscover the beauty of nature and inspiration of stunning scenery at Lisbon Hideaway on the banks of the Lisbon River. Breathe the champagne air and soak up the peace and tranquility of this self-catering hideaway. Just seven kilometres outside Graskop, it is within easy reach of the Lisbon and Berlin Falls, God’s Window, Blyde River Canyon and Pilgrim’s Rest.
Here you can relax with un-spoilt beauty on your doorstep in one of our three timber chalets. The fully equipped chalets accommodate a maximum of four adults with two children. Linen and towels are supplied.
Nestled between the Lisbon River, conserved wetlands, nature reserve and a blue swallow breeding area, Lisbon Hideaway is an excellent spot for bird watching and bush walks. Numerous bird species occur in the protected area of the property and surrounding reserve. Lisbon Hideaway is a four-hour drive from Johannesburg and 40-minute drive to the Kruger National Park.
No service over weekends or on Public holidays.
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Things to do in and around Graskop
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This is the spot where everyone takes their shots. Serious shutterbugs will be reaching for their polarising filters and best wide angle lens. Choose a clear day and you can see all the way to the Kruger National Park and Mozambique. Glance towards...