Accommodation near Lydenburg Hospital

Explore the nearest holiday and business accommodation options below or view other Places to stay in Lydenburg.

Lydenburg Hospital is situated at Berg Street Lydenburg, Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Telephone: +27 (0)13 235 2233

Places to stay close to Lydenburg Hospital


Klitzgras Chalets
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Klitzgras Chalets are set in a tranquil Picturesque setting, on the banks of three dams. Enjoy our open spaces and view beautiful sundowns.

Distance away: 0.9km

The Manor Guest House
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The Manor Guest House built at the turn of the century has been recently renovated by owners Caroline and Geoff Rogers

Distance away: 1.3km

Amani Boutique Hotel
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Amani is a dream come true, offering discerning guests a place in nature with amazing views on the mountains and valleys, as well as the Mpumalanga Parks Board dams.

Distance away: 1.8km

Villa Afriq
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Centrally located private luxury on the Panorama Route, 80 minutes from the Kruger Park. Convenient distance from Johannesburg International to sleep over before you enter Kruger.

Distance away: 1.9km

De Ark Guest House - Lydenburg

The De Ark Guest House also hosts corporate functions and business meetings and intimate art functions in the opulent Bonaparte Theatre. For the true romantics at heart, De Ark Guesthouse is the perfect venue to make a wedding reception absolutely magical.

Distance away: 2.1km
Priced from 1,000.00

Longtom Farm Guesthouse
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Longtom Farm Guesthouse is situated in the picturesque Mpumalanga in eastern South Africa, three hours drive from Johannesburg. Ideally situated between popular attractions like Dullstroom, Sabie, Graskop, Pilgrim's Rest, God's Window and Kruger Park.

Distance away: 2.5km

Porcupine Ridge Guest House
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A beautifully renovated country house, tucked away in the mountains, 5 km from Sabie. Expect a warm welcome, 4-star luxury, old world charm and modern comforts.

Distance away: 6.8km

*The distances are measured as a straight-line and do not necessarily reflect the actual travelling distance.