About Rose Cottage
Rose Cottage is a spacious, well-equipped, self-contained apartment in the lovely village of Haenerstburg, near Magoebaskloof. Set in lovely gardens, with views over the grasslands, it is within walking distance to quaint village shops, a friendly pub, a family restaurant and upmarket coffee shop.
This cottage sleeps two guests in one bedroom with a queen-sized bed. Quality linen is provided and there is a separate bathroom with a shower. The kitchen area includes a fridge, a microwave, a kettle, a toaster, a table top oven and a hob. Steps may make it unsuitable for disabled or elderly visitors.
Nestled in developed gardens, on the edge of the village with open views over the grasslands, indigenous forests and plantations. There is a wealth of activities to keep you busy, or this lovely country spot is where you can just relax and recharge.
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Things to do in and around Haenertsburg
(6.7 km from Haenertsburg)
Get airborne on an adrenalin pumping trip above three waterfalls and the Great Letaba River Gorge! Zip into the magnificent Magoebaskloof Canopy Tour and slide through the forest on a two-hour arboreal adventure. The impressive foefie slide cables...
(1.2 km from Haenertsburg)
Grab the whole family and soak up the countrified charms of this quaint little dairy farm. Winners of the Eat In 'Best Organic Producer' 2008 award for their organic produce, Wegraakbosch Organic Cheese Dairy is well worth a visit. Take a tour,...
(3.9 km from Haenertsburg)
Situated in the Magoebaskloof between Haenertsburg and Tzaneen, the picturesque George's Valley is renowned for its beauty and friendly inhabitants. It’s a perfect stop over en-route to the Kruger National Park or for family holidays and weekend...
(0 km from Haenertsburg)
This ruin of the old Cyril Jackson Observatory was built by the world famous astronomer of the same name. It was built on his farm called Hilltop and finished in 1955. It had a retractable roof. The Haebertsburg skies are still very good for...