16 Aug The Magoebaskloof Hotel – Limpopo
‘The original Magoebaskloof Hotel was built in 1937, located on Magoebaskloof Road, between Polokwane and Tzaneen in the Haenertsburg region. An unspoilt setting was chosen for the hotel’s location with glorious views extending to Duivelskloof, Modjadji and beyond. The hotel was built among indigenous bush and trees. The Magoebaskloof was built by Archie and Eileen Rankin.( Ref: Hotel website) The hotel is named after King Magobawho was murdered in 1895 by warriors under the leadership of Boer, Abel Erasmus. The hotel has expansive views over the surrounding mountains. It is also close to the historic village of Haenertsberg where one of the old Long Tom guns belonging to the Boers can be found.
The modern hotel has numerous facilities, self catering, dining room, bar, conference facilities. Its a handy stopover for travellers between Kruger, Tzaneen , Duwelskloof or other destinations. Also in close proximity to hiking trailsand fishing dams.
Contact details: 015-5909910 – off the R71 in the Woodbush forest reserve.