Barberton Manor Guest HouseEnjoy comfortable Mpumalanga accommodation in one of the rooms as well as the lovely breakfasts and 4 course dinners. Modern comfort has been created with luxurious bathrooms.
Mantongomane LodgeRooms and chalets inside and outside. Mantogomane Lodge is situated in the valley close to Barberton slightly elevated with spectacular views.
Kloofhuis Guest HouseSituated at the slopes of the Makhonjwa Mountians, verlooking the town of Barberton and the De Kaap valley, this 1890 built Victorian Style house with its spacious verandah provides the perfect opportunity for relaxation.
Fountain Baths Guest CottagesNestled at he foot of the Makhonjwa Mountain, Fountain Baths was built in 1884 as a bathhouse for the gold miners.It boasts as being the first swimming pool in the old Transvaal. Lush in the garden make it a birders paradise.
Gold Nugget Guest House, Restaurant and Sports Bar.Well known for its service and hospitality. Named after the famous Gold Nugget weighing 179 ounces, found by prospector H W Peacock on 3 July 1912 at Kaapsehoop.
William George House B & BBuilt in 1896 this charming Victorian home set in a lush subtropical garden, is a stone's throw from the town center and restaurants. We have 3 double rooms with en suite bathrooms, each with their own private entrance.
Boondocks Mountain Lodge and LabyrinthCreated with extraordinary attention to detail and surrounded by beautiful gardens, comfort with style best describes the 8 en-suite rooms at Boondocks.
Jerusalem Kop - Die Kasteel“Die Kasteel” is a spectacular structure built out of concrete and steel perched on top of Jerusalem kop which gives you 360 degree views of the most beautiful lowveld landscapes
Old Coach Road Guest HouseOpened its doors to the first guests during November 1997. The name is derived from the coach road between Barberton and Delgoa Bay, used by transport riders delivering supplies to the many gold prospectors
Dawsons Game and Trout LodgeA unique African experience, is situated in Mpumalanga where the last remnant of the Great Rift Valley forms the Escarpment, separating the High- and Lowveld