About Olden Rose Guest House
Bordering the Mokolo River and set within a lush garden in the mining town of Lephalale, Olden Rose Guest House offers a comfortable and tranquil stay to guests visiting this leafy part of the Limpopo province.
This lovely guest house has 20 well-appointed rooms, of which all have a variety of bed configurations and en-suite bathrooms. Facilities in each air-conditioned room include a TV with DStv access, a bar fridge and Wi-Fi Internet access.
Breakfast and dinner can be arranged on request. Guests will also have access to the on-site braai facilities available. Days can be spent visiting the D’Nyala Nature Reserve or guests could choose to stay at the house and enjoy a dip in the swimming pool.
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Things to do in and around Lephalale (Ellisras)
(2.8 km from Lephalale (Ellisras))
Well known for being an excellent winter course, Mogol Golf Course offers golfers a demanding 72 par 18-hole course. Featuring lovely big Marula trees sometimes called sky bunkers, the magnificent 6077 meter course demands precision and...
(27.5 km from Lephalale (Ellisras))
Grootwater 4x4 Trail comprises a variety of short routes totalling 23 km. The trail is located on the banks of the Poer-se-Loop River in the Waterberg. If you tackle all the trails, you should complete them in about 4 hours. The various trails...
(11.1 km from Lephalale (Ellisras))
Home to the handsome nyala antelope, D’Nyala Nature Reserve protects an impressive number of mammal species. Predators on the prowl including leopard, brown hyena, jackal and smaller cats can also be seen. 60 mammals can be ticked off here...
(34.3 km from Lephalale (Ellisras))
Popular with water sports enthusiasts, anglers, families, birders and photographers alike, the Mokolo Dam Nature Reserve’s major attraction is boating. Almost a quarter of the picturesque malaria-free 4 600-hectare reserve is taken up by water...