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About Oom Gawie se Plek

Set within the lush little town of Sabie, Oom Gawie se Plek offers a tranquil escape to guests. It is a great option for families or groups visiting this scenic part of Mpumalanga.

The property offers five fully furnished units, of which two can sleep up to seven guests and one can sleep up to five guests. One can sleep up to four guests. One can sleep up to six guests. Each unit also has a comfortable living space, a well-equipped kitchen and a covered patio with braai facilities. Linen and towels are supplied.

Guests can explore the surrounding area by visiting well-known tourist attractions such as God’s Window, the Blyde River Canyon and the Kruger National Park to name just a few. However guests choose to spend their time, they can rest assured that they will have a pleasantly memorable stay.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 2 hours
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 29
  • Check-in: 3:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 17 Reviews


  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Satellite TV*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Oom Gawie se Plek Rooms

Reviews for Oom Gawie se Plek

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Kholiwe Dludla
06 January 2018

My family and I absolutely loved our stay! Oom Gawie is such a pleasant host, always helpful and full of smiles. The rooms are fully equipped with anything that you would have at home and Sarah kept the room spotless!

Ray Bienedell
02 March 2017

Great, personal welcome; a lot of effort to supply info and menues of eateries in Sabie, route maps to sightseeing spots also available in unit; safe off street parking, lovely Bushveld feeling to venue yet only 2km from town centre!

AJ Diss, South Africa
26 September 2016

Great stay - we were 8 noisy males for the weekend and enjoyed the comfort levels, braai and service.

Tintswalo Baloyi, South Africa
04 January 2016

We had a good time. the place is clean. home away from home. it was lovely.

Riaan Enslin, South Africa
23 August 2015

Ons het Oom Gawie se plek as basis gebruik toe ons omgewing verken het vir 2 dae. Vanaf die oomblik toe ons daar aankom was oom Gawie behulpsaam. Skoon, netjiese plek en selfs gedurende "loadshedding" het ons nie problem gehad nie.Dit is nie 5ster nie, maar vir wat mens betaal kry jy baie meer as waarvoor jy betaal.Sal defnitief weer hier oorslaap.

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Oom Gawie se Plek Map

Oom Gawie se Plek is 1.3km from the centre of Sabie , the nearest airport 48.6km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Things to do in and around Sabie

Mac Mac Falls

(11.3 km from Sabie)

1 review

The impressive 70m Mac Mac Falls is one of a collection of waterfalls in the Sabie area. It’s worth walking the easy 3km Secretary Bird Walking Trail from the pools and through indigenous forest.

Lone Creek Falls

(7.7 km from Sabie)

4 reviews

Lone Creek Falls is a well-known spot and is part of the waterfall route in the area of Sabie, Mpumalanga. A short 200 m walk from the parking will take you to the foot of the 68 m waterfall. If you'd like to experience the falls in solitude and...

Bridal Veil Falls

(6.8 km from Sabie)

1 review

The Bridal Veil Falls is approximately 6 km from the tranquil and attractive town of Sabie. The waterfall resembles a bridal veil and roars down from a spectacular height of 70 m. There is a challenging 750 m walk through a luscious indigenous...

Sabie Forestry Museum

(0 km from Sabie)

3 reviews

Sabie is surrounded by one of the largest man-made forests in the world. Forestry first began in the area in 1876 with plantings of commercial eucalyptus and wattle trees. The museum documents the history of the industry and also showcases new...