Situated in the heart of Sabie, just off the main road in a quiet suburban street with secure off street parking, the Sabie Retreat Guest House
is the ideal place to stay for a quick weekend getaway, an overnight business trip or even as a central base for those longer stays to explore the natural beauty of the Kruger Low Veld area or day tours to the world famous Kruger National Park.
The beautifully renovated en suite bedrooms all have separate entrances and some have outside verandas. The rooms are all beautifully appointed with crisp white linen, a tea and coffee station, air conditioning and DStv. We even have a suite that is wheelchair friendly.
Accommodation at Sabie Retreat Guest House:
Eleven well appointed en suite rooms, with separate entrances. One room has easy wheelchair access. Fresh white linen and towels are provided as well as a teas and coffee tray.
- One en suite executive room with 2 three quarter beds which we call Super King (shower & bath).
- One en suite queen room (shower).
- Nine en suite double rooms (showers).
All rooms have air conditioning and DStv.
Buzzing markets, busy borders, bubbling springs, ancient mountain formations, adrenalin kicks, wild horses, balmy nights, gyrating dances.
It is hard to believe that, in the days of the pioneers, the Low Veld was considered uninhabitable – a conviction that was shared by the African peoples who preceded them. Nowadays this warm, sultry and well-cultivated region is one of the country’s most densely-populated areas, home to the Shangaan and Swazi peoples and to the descendants of farmers who moved down here from the escarpment and tamed this scenic wilderness. Or most of it.
Of course, the one thing all Low Veld towns have in common is their proximity to South Africa’s most famous conservation area, the Kruger National Park, home to the big five and to numerous equally-fascinating mammals and hundreds of species of colourful birds and reptiles.
It is a land soaked in ancient African, Voortrekker and gold rush history where two giant rivers and three diverse countries meet. The imposing mountain ranges, the thrill of a South African safari and the rolling beauty of rural Swaziland, all only a short hop away from Maputo, the cosmopolitan capital of Mozambique.