Adams Apple Hotel
Makhado (Louis Trichardt)
About Adams Apple Hotel
Adams Apple Hotel is a small family run Hotel.
We are located 14 kms south of Louis Trichardt on the N1 and surrounded by bushveld.
Excellent place to get away from the city rat race and enjoy the countryside.
We have 17 stylishly decorated rondavels offering twin rooms, or one family room.
All rondavels have en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, TV and Tea coffee making facilities. A la Carte Restaurant from exotic highly spiced cuisine to more simple traditional fare, to Cellars Restaurant with walk in wine cellar is a not to be missed dining experience. We have one large and one small conference facility, equipped with overhead projectors, TV and video and PA system. Secretarial services also on request. Recreational activities include a Ladies Bar, Swimming pool, dart and Pool tables. Big Screen for the Sports Men.
R450 for a single room and R550 for a double room.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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