About The Stables
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Free uncapped Wifi.
Credit card facility.
NO MEALS ARE PROVIDED AT THE STABLES!!!!!!
THE STABLES offers comfortable accommodation, each room is uniquely decorated.
THE STABLES is situated on 8Ha of unspoilt vegetation, indigenous trees in serene and tranquil surroundings.
Guests can relax and enjoy the panoramic views over the Drakensberg and Wolkberg mountains, appreciate the abundance of bird-life, with Nyala and Impala literally grazing on your doorstep.
THE STABLES is situated on a small holding 7 km from the CBD of Tzaneen off the R71 en-route to the Kruger National Park and the Mozambican border post.
Nearby activities include: horse riding, fishing, cycling, guided walks, bird watching, mountain biking, abseiling and many more activities. Magoebaskloof and Haenertsburg are only 30 minutes’s drive from Tzaneen, passing
well-stocked fruit stalls along the way.
There are 4 self-catering units - each equipped with a kitchenette - fridge, stove/oven combo, toaster, kettle, microwave, pots, pans and dish cloths.
TV with an Open View Decoder. and a stand fan.
Also provided in the rooms - bottle of filtered water, ice, fresh milk, Jacobs coffee, Five Roses & rooibos tea, brown & white sugar, and freshly home-baked rusks.
Undercover parking and a communal braai. Guests are required to bring their own fire wood/charcoal.
Three economical "SLEEP & GO" rooms are non-self-catering rooms, each unit has an en-suite bathroom, a bottle of filtered water, 2 sachets of milk, Cremora, Jacobs coffee, Five Roses & Rooibos tea, brown & white sugar as well as freshly home-baked rusks.
NO MEALS ARE PROVIDED AT THE STABLES!!!
Family friendly: Lush lawn infront of the Units for the children to play on, privacy for the parents, braai facilities.
100% deposit required for advance bookings, or otherwise stipulated.
Cancellation before 3 days due to arrive - 100% refundable.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling