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About Steynshoop Mountain Lodge

Steynshoop Mountain Lodge is an intimate country house with understated and elegant interiors in a secluded setting against a dramatic mountainside in a World Heritage Site of the Magaliesburg.

A choice of standard and luxury en-suite rooms all offer special comforts and extra attention to detail. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink at the private pool, terrace lounge or boma, all positioned to enjoy the most spectacular sunsets and vistas. The Guest House offers spectacular walks and other leisurely pursuits.

At Steynshoop Mountain Lodge food is a passion and the set dinners are prepared with flair and personal attention. Steynshoop Mountain Lodge is now fully licensed under the Liquor Act of Gauteng.

Drift off to the sounds of the African bush and awaken with the chorus of birds. If you wish to discover tranquillity and service Steynshoop Mountain Lodge is for you. Available activities on the premises are Archery and Croquet.

Safari: The property has extensive natural game including bushbuck, nyala, mountain reedbuck, baboons, monkeys, kudu, warthog and leopard.

Conference Venues: The Royal Room is a fully-equipped, state-of-the-art conference facility with sweeping views of the Magaliesberg Range. Accommodating up to 12 delegates, The Royal Room provides an ideal facility for training and strategy sessions.

Family friendly: The Lodge has tennis courts, volleyball and badminton facilities, a croquet lawn and implements, boules set, a full-size billiard table and bows, arrows and an archery target range for use by guests.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 2 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Guest House, Lodge
  • Sleeps: 18
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Reviews: 23 Reviews

Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Swimming Pool
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Satellite TV*
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Conference Venues
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

We would require a 50% deposit to secure the reservation, the balance is payable on arrival. Please confirm whether a provisional booking should be made, as I am not holding a reservation for you at this stage. Provisional bookings are held for 24 hours. If payment has not been made within these 24 hours, kindly contact us to confirm availability... We would require a 50% deposit to secure the reservation, the balance is payable on arrival. Please confirm whether a provisional booking should be made, as I am not holding a reservation for you at this stage. Provisional bookings are held for 24 hours. If payment has not been made within these 24 hours, kindly contact us to confirm availability for the requested dates again before making payment.

Steynshoop is now fully licensed under the Liquor Act of Gauteng.

Guests staying at the Lodge for Saturday night may wish to extend their stay for most of the day on Sunday, as well, to maximise their use of the Lodge's facilities over the weekend. Subject to availability, a late check-out (i.e. for up to 5 p.m., instead of the normal 11 a.m.) for this purpose, may be arranged.

Lunch
R140.00 per person (Light Lunch – Please confirm) (Optional)
R280.00 per person (3 course Lunch – Please confirm) (Optional)
Special arrangements may be made for a braai in the Boma.

Weekend Special
If you book both Friday and Saturday nights, we are happy to extend a complimentary 'light lunch' on Sunday. This will enable you to take full advantage of the weekend at Steynshoop Mountain Lodge.

Group Bookings
If you book for a minimum of 8 guests, for a minimum weekend stay of 2 nights (or 1 night mid-week), you will have the lodge for your exclusive use and children will be permitted to stay as part of your group*. The following rates will then apply, which are inclusive of a 3 course dinner and full English breakfast -
R9 000 per night (for 8 guests) - additional guests pay R1 000 per person per night, and children (2 - 11 years old) R500 per child per night. Children under the age of 2 stay for free.
*provided that there have been no prior bookings for the dates concerned.
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Reviews for Steynshoop Mountain Lodge

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Vuyani Makasi
04 November 2019

The mountain view, the rooms were amazing, the staff were friendly and Pieter was a great host. We felt very comfortable

Mimi Moche
25 September 2019

It's a beautiful place, Pieter and the kitchen staff were friendly and welcoming. I know they can't change the set up of the house but didn't like the fact that kitchen is so close to the rooms. I wouldn't encourage anyone to use a small car to go to the MountainLodge as the rocks are really bad.

Bagcinile Carolina Kesebilwe
04 July 2019

The manager and staff were very kind and welcoming and made our stay memorable.The road to the lodge, however, was not kind to our sedan and may need some improving.

Alton Dennison
23 December 2018

Steynhoop lodge was exactly what was advertised, it was tranquil and beautiful. The host Peter, was amazing and very attentive. The pool was spectacular and great for cooling off. Only thing that they should improve is the road leading up to the lodge, it's gravel and some parts too rocky. It's not ideal for low cars. I would go back there for another trip and to get away from the city.

Trevor Ndlazi
27 August 2018

The service at the Lodge was excellent. The menu can be extended. Also the TV should be bigger for the rate the one is paying per room. The furniture also needs to be updated as it is a bit worn. This will make the property very competitive with nearby hotels as everything else is excellent

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Steynshoop Mountain Lodge is 16.6km from the centre of Magaliesburg , the nearest airport 38.7km (Lanseria International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling