ACCOMMODATION AT THABA'NKWE BUSHVELD INN
This lovely self-catering chalet is nestled in the bushveld with beautiful views of the garden and other chalets while still being private enough to forget about the rest of the world.
This chalet has a beautiful view of the garden and other chalets while still being far enough away for privacy.
This family friendly African themed self-catering chalet boasts with spacious interior individually decorated to blend in with the bushveld surroundings.
This self-catering unit is situated farthest from the main building and is family friendly with a private veranda and braai area.
This lovely chalet can accommodate 5 people for larger families. Conveniently situated near the parking area and swimming pool with views of the mountains and bushveld.
This semi self-catering unit offers a perfect view of the garden and swimming pool. This unit does not have an en-suite bathroom but is conveniently situated next to the ablution block.
This cosy cabin is situated near the swimming pool with scenic views of the garden. This cabin does not have a kitchenette or an en-suite bathroom but a modern ablution block is situated nearby.
This beautiful cabin offers a pool view and is closely situated to the parking and swimming pool area. Wildlife can be viewed at dusk right from the veranda.
This aptly named unit is individually decorated to reflect the bushveld surroundings and is situated close to the swimming pool and parking area.
This cabin is situated in the middle of the garden and can also be used as an additional room for large groups staying in the self-catering units.
This cabin is beautifully decorated with an elephant theme and far enough away from the other units to offer privacy from other guests.
The room is a family backpacker’s cabin and is not en-suite. The room has an outdoor dining area like the other cabins but not a private braai area.
Our Stables accommodation offers 7 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 19 guests.
We have a very rustic campsite with lots of trees for shade as well as a real bushveld campsite ablution facility. The ablutions, which still gets warm water from a donkey, consists of ladies and men ablutions.