Relax in an exclusive area in Ermelo, a small town in the province of Mpumalanga between Gauteng and Swaziland.
Ermelo is a booming little town that forms the center point of many smaller towns like Hendrina, Carolina, Amsterdam, Piet Retief, Volksrust, Standerton and Bethal to name but a few. It is an ideal stopover when traveling from Durban to the Kruger National Park, or from Gauteng to North Coast in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Our intimate executive accommodation nestled in an orchard offers you privacy, tranquil and comfortable stay. The stylishly furnished 9 bedrooms are all en-suite with under floor heating, furnished with a flair of luxury to ensure your comfort. For additional comfort all the rooms are equipped with coffee and tea facilities, bar fridges for personal beverages, safes for your valuables,We also offer photocopying and fax facilities and telephones in each room, TVs with hotel bouquet fans for the hot days and wall heaters for those chilly Ermelo highveld winters. A choice of Electric blankets or hot water bottles is available to keep you warm and cosy. A secure parking at the back of the main house, near the cottages gives additional sense of safety.
After a comfortable and relaxing night, enjoy either a full English or continental breakfast in our dining room or out on the terrace overlooking the private and immaculately kept garden.Our professional chef prides himself with scrumptious cuisine and meals for the guests with special dietary requirements. Buffet dinner is served in the cosy dinning room giving a family get together atmosphere.
With the new additions the Orchards now boasts nine rooms to chose from to meet your specific requirements and needs.
MAIN HOUSE has two entrances.
Consists of 4 luxurious rooms.
Each rooms is fitted with underfloor heating,equipped with a TV with hotel bouquet, bar fridge,tea and coffee facilities and complimentary hotel amenities like soap,hand lotion, shampoo are available. Also an electric blanket and a work station desk complete with a reading lamp. The en suit bathroom has a bath with a hand shower
Each room has its own entrance opening into a veranda.One of the rooms is a twin room with 2 single beds which can be turned into a king size bed for sharing.Both rooms are fitted with a carpet and underfloor heating, has a TV, fridge,working desk with a reading lamp.
This luxurious cottage provide 3 rooms each with own entrance, en suite bathroom with bath and a separate shower, TV, Fridge, working desk. One room is wheelchair friendly and can be used by both the aged and the physically challenged guests.The carpet floors are also fitted with underfloor heating and the electric blanket are provided. Complimentary hotel amenities are available.
All the rooms have a telephones and guests have to go through a switchboard to make calls.
The Orchards Ermelo Activities:
- Eye of the Vaal
- Bushmans Murder Rock
- Holkranz Bushman heritage site
- La Rockelle Cave and bushman paintings
- Battle at Onverwacht - last battle of the Anglo Boer War
- Lost Village in Bonnefoi
- Groblers Bridge - old stone arch bridge
- Natural Bridge - naturally formed erosion bridge over the Vaal River
- Battle site and historic village in Chrissiesmeer
- Paul Kruger Bridge
- Top art galleries
- 4x4 trails and adventures
- And Much, Much More ......
- Lace Chrissie-largest freshwater lake in South Africa
- Legoya Huts - Largest Stone Settlement in South Africa
- Birding, paragliding, Mountain biking, hiking, horse riding, angling
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Clothing & Accessories:
Ermelo though it is in Mpumalanga it is on the highveld and therefore very cold. Warm clothes are absolutely necessary. Comfortable shoes will be needed for visiting places of interest.
Health & Climate:
Ermelo has bitterly cold winters and neighbouring places like Belfast some times get snow. Summers get very hot too so precautions against sunburns should be taken.
The Orchards Ermelo Guest Review
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 1
Very good, but: - the food - dinner and breakfast - quite adequate / good but the meals were cold. - plates require to be heated and meals should be served hot.
Rating: Reviewed by Alan John Parsons over a year ago