1890 Victorian Styled house situated in a "kloof" on the slopes of the Mkhonjwe Mountains, with a beautiful view of the town of Barberton and the De Kaap Valley. Come experience true Lowveld hospitality!
The guesthouse, established in a in 1927 built manor - after a Sir Herbert Baker design - is a national heritage. With used materials as Birma teak and Oregon pine, it is an example of superior architecture.
Barberton is the gem of the Lowveld, situated in picturesque surroundings and scenic beauty in the De Kaap Valley, where some of the oldest sedimentary rock formations in the world are found. The rich heritage makes it an ideal tourist destination