Accommodation in Lydenburg, Mpumalanga
|South Africa >> Mpumalanga >> Lydenburg|
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|Calverton Lodge||Lydenburg||Hotel / Lodge|
||Lydenrust Guest Farm & Horse Trails||Lydenburg||Self-catering|
|"One can only appreciate the true beauty of this area when seen through one’s own eyes"
Nestled at the foot of the magnificent Steenkamps Mountains and overlooking the Kwena Dam, Lydenrust Guest Farm is situated on a 320 hectares of farmland in the Kwena Basin, 30km from Lydenburg, in Mpumalanga...|
|A & J Kruger Gastehuis||Lydenburg||Guest House|
|Aventura Resort Blydepoort||Lydenburg||Bed & Breakfast|
|Forget-Me-Not B&B||Lydenburg||Bed & Breakfast|
|Hops Hollow Country House & Brew Pub||Lydenburg||Guest House|
|Lapeng Guest Lodge||Lydenburg||Hotel / Lodge|
|Laske Nakke Resort||Lydenburg||Hotel / Lodge|
|Little Ascot Country Inn||Lydenburg||Guest House|
|Longtom Farm Guest House||Lydenburg||Guest House|
|Malapo Country Lodge||Lydenburg||Hotel / Lodge|
|Mugaba Game Lodge||Lydenburg||Hotel / Lodge|
|Stassenheim Guest House||Lydenburg||Bed & Breakfast|
|Stonecutters Lodge||Lydenburg||Hotel / Lodge|
|The Manor Guest House||Lydenburg||Guest House|
The Greater Lydenburg area is steeped in history. Iron Age remains and ruins have been linked to those in Zimbabwe, and the "Lydenburg Heads", replicas of which can be seen in the excellent small museum, are some of the exciting archeological finds made in this area. Wars were fought across the mountains and valleys, leaving deep traces, amongst which was the Anglo-Boer War in 1899 - the Long Tom Pass was named after the cannon which the Boers used to try and dislodge the British from Lydenburg.
Whilst Lydenburg is an ideal stop-over en route to the Kruger Park, there is so much to see that a longer stay is warranted. Numerous hiking and nature trails, birding, visiting historic sites, some of the best all year round flyfishing in South Africa for trout, carp, bass, barbel and yellow-fish, mountain biking, as well as clear starry skies for amateur astronomers, are some of the activities which can be pursued.
Guest houses, lodges, B&B establishments, self-catering cottages and a caravan park offer a wide and varied range of accommodation; "eating out" is becoming a pleasurable event with new venues opening in the town, and supplies of fresh produce, first-grade meat and quality fruit are readily available for self-catering families.
"ITS ALL HERE - JUST BRING YOURSELVES!"