Welcome to Wayfarers Guest House on SA-Venues.com, offering 3 star graded accommodation in Sabie, Panorama Route.
Chris welcomes you to Wayfarers Guest House, in Sabie, Mpumalanga. Wayfarers has been in existence as a Guest House since 1996, and we have been the owners since October 2005.
Wayfarers Guest House consists of five bedrooms, a dining area and a spacious Guest Lounge. Outside is a beautiful garden and Gazebo, under which guests can relax and enjoy a sundowner, after a busy day exploring the region. At the rear of the property is plenty of secure parking for cars and trailers. Bikes and Mountain Bikes can also be securely parked at night within the rear of the garden.
We have five en-suite rooms, one of which is a family room which can sleep up to four people, two double rooms and two twin rooms.
All the rooms have the following facilities:
Bath and/or Shower in each room
Free Wi Fi throughout the Property
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
Within easy reach are the following “not to be missed” places of incredible natural beauty: Lone Creek Falls, Horseshoe Falls , Bridal Veil Falls and Sabie Falls which are all within 9 kilometres of Wayfarers, then Mac Mac Pools and Mac Mac Falls are a mere 13 kilometres away en-route to Graskop.
After this enter The Blyde River Canyon and enjoy the Pinnacle, Gods Window and Wonder View before moving on to the majestic Berlin Falls, followed by the absolutely awesome splendour of Bourkes Luck Potholes. Ten minutes further up the road one can enjoy the majesty of The Three Rondavels and the tranquil Blydepoort Dam in the distance.
Make your way back via Lisbon Falls to Pilgrims Rest, the oldest Gold Mining town in South Africa, where nothing has changed for more than a Century. An excellent lunch can be enjoyed at The Royal Hotel in Pilgrims Rest. Other attractions within easy reach are The Sudwala Caves, Casterbridge Farm Shopping Centre, Shangana Cultural Village and The Botanical Gardens, situated behind Riverside Mall in Nelspruit.
A day trip to Hoedspruit to visit the Endangered Wildlife Centre is another possibility. Along the road to Hazyview is the Sabie Valley Coffee Estate, Quad Bike Trails and The Elephant Sanctuary, and many excellent restaurants.
And finally, the biggest attraction of them all, The Kruger National Park, is a mere 45 minutes drive from Wayfarers, making day visits extremely practical. For those making early starts, breakfast boxes are provided.
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