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BOOKS FOR SALE AT THE BUFFELSPOORT INFO CENTRE

“Wild Flowers of the Magaliesberg” by Kevin Gill and Andry Engelbrecht 

 

“The Magaliesberg” by Vincent Carruthers 


The books are available from the Buffelspoort Valley Tourism and Information Centre

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Thursday
Mar082012

Gracepoint guesthouse, conference centre & wedding venue, Mooinooi

Near the Magaliesburg is this Beautiful, safe and quite Guesthouse with 22 rooms and a swimming pool and lapa to relax. We also have a conference centre and wedding venue.

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Wednesday
Jul052017

Grobbelaar's Whitehouse

Guesthouse Rooms

Located just outside Mooinooi (nearby Rustenburg, Hartebeespoortdam and Brits) Grobbelaar’s White House is perfect for business travellers or tourists seeking a welcoming home atmosphere.
Each standard room has a double bed, bar fridge and a fan. Each luxury room has a bar fridge, in-room tea & coffee facilities and en-suite bathroom.
A communal dining room area with a microwave is available as well as a lounge area with DSTV. A communal braai area with a swimming pool is also available after a long day at work.
Supper/Lunchboxes are available as per request.

 


Simunye Rooms

Situated just outside Mooinooi, Simunye provides affordable and comfortable rooms to rent. Facilities includes a communal lounge area, two communal bathrooms, a communal kitchen as well as a communal braai area.

 

 

Long Term Rentals

Grobbelaar's White House as well as Simunye's rooms are available to rent weekly or monthly at a special price depending on the rooms. Situated nearby to some of the biggest mines it is perfect for business men.

Homemade lunchboxes or supper are available on visitor's request. 

 

 

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Plot B26, Old PTA Road 

Mooinooi, 0325

Tel: 084 350 3264
 

Please feel free to contact us with any enquiries regarding bookings and availability.

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Directions

1.  Drive on the N4 to the Mooinooi off ramp.

2.  Take the Mooinooi off ramp at your Left. 

3.  At the robot turn left.

4.  Drive until you get to the T- junction (Hartebeespoort/Rustenburg)

     NB You will go over 4 Stop signs before you get to the T-junction.

5.  At the T-junction turn left on R511 Road to Hartebeespoort Dam.

6.  Pass the BP Garage on your left and about  800m from the garage you turn right on the        

     gravel road. (You will see a big wall for Lagai Roi.)

7.  Look out for Plot B26 on the right hand side of the gravel road.

8.  Turn right you’ll will see a black gate and just hoot.

Location

Roughly halfway between Hartebeespoort dam and Rustenburg, hugging the Magaliesburg lies the town of Mooinooi. Essentially a mining town it rests in a valley used to grow citrus and mine chrome, and makes for wonderfully easy weekend breaks for those after a hard week's work.

Mooinooi's proximity to the Magaliesburg promises outdoor activities, particularly hiking, sightseeing and golf. Not too far from Hartebeespoortdam with the Chameleon village, snake and animal farm, elephant sanctuary, monkey sanctuary and Buffelspoortdam.

Friday
Nov072014

Kumbagana Game Farm and Black Eagle Hiking trails, Magaliesburg mountains

Take a break and get away from the crazy world out there. Treat yourself and the family with a stay in our chalets. The Magaliesberg Mountains, nature and wild animals willl blow you away or just relax and watch the sunset go down. Enjoy the beauty of nature.

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Thursday
Jul062017

Maretlwane Guest House

Sunday
Oct082017

Sugarbush Hill

Sugarbush Hill lies on the northern slopes of a peaceful valley in the Magaliesberg Mountain Range. We are on the Rustenburg side of the range, about 50 km from Hartebeespoort Dam and 25 km from Rustenburg. It takes just over an hour to get to us from Fourways and an hour and a quarter from the eastern suburbs of Pretoria.

All our units are set at the foot of a hill and all have their own braais, carports and deep stoeps with panoramic mountain views. Guests are welcome to explore the 11Ha of indigenous bush.

Sugarbush Hill gets its name from the Common Sugarbush, Protea caffra which can be found in abundance on the hillside just behind the units. All the cottages have been named after indigenous plants found in the Magaliesberg area. Wherever possible, alien species have been done away with or replaced with indigenous plants. As a result, our bird life is prolific and slowly but surely we are creating a natural haven where city folk can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Buffelspoort valley. We have identified and tagged a lot of indigenous trees on our property, so if you would like to brush up on your tree knowledge, bring along a tree book and spend some time looking them up. 

We can now proudly say that we are a 3-star establishment, after having been graded by the Tourism Grading Council of S.A. This means that our guests can be assured of certain minimum standards.

Things to do on and around Sugarbush Hill

We do provide limited entertainment for our guests,TV in lapa, pool, darts, jacuzzi, table tennis, there is also a lot to see and do in our area if you want to. A lot of our guests simply relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.

We have a swimming pool, which is essential for those hot summer days. We have put bird identification books in all our units, so don't forget your binoculars if you are a birder.

There is 11Ha of indigenous bush to explore, with a stunning view from the top of the hill. However, if you want structured hiking trails, we can direct you to some of the best hiking in the area. Most of our guests use Kranskloof, a 400Ha farm that is literally 5km from Sugarbush. The farm boasts a choice of marked trails, which take you through kloofs with running water and some of the best scenery that the area has to offer.

Booking and Terms

Over weekends (Fri, Sat, Sunday), long weekends and peak periods, we charge from R250/person/day sharing for all units. The weekend single rate is R300/pp/pd.

During the week outside of peak periods we have a flat rate of R250/person/night.
Children between the ages 4 – 12 pay half price.Children under 4 years FREE  (Cots available on request)Please note we have a policy of a minimum of 2 night stay over weekends. However, if we have place available and people make enquiries for a 1-night stay close the weekend, we may be able to help them, so please ask if you are interested.

We require a minimum 50% deposit to confirm your booking. Please put your name in the reference area so that we can correlate it to your booking. If you can, we would appreciate payment in full, as we do not like to handle cash for obvious security reasons. The balance is payable on arrival, but we do not accept cheques or credit cards, so please ensure that you have the correct amount of cash for us on arrival.

Check-In and Check-Out Times

Check-in times are from 14:00 until 19:30, unless alternative arrangements have been made.

Units must be vacated by 11:00 on the morning of departure. Arrangements to leave a bit later can be made with management. However, this depends on if there are guests arriving that day.

What to bring:

All the food and drink you will require for your stay. The closest decent shops are about 18km away.
We sell charcoal/wood and firelighters for braais.
Swimming Towels/Hiking Shoes/Sunblock/Binoculars

Terms and conditions apply:

  • A 50% deposit secures reservation. Deposits are payable within 5days and are non- refundable
  • The balance of accommodations is payable on arrival
  • Guests are liable for breakage/damages etc. to be settled on presentation of our invoice
  • Owners/Managers will not be liable for any loss of injury on the premises
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice

When emailing a booking enquiry please include the following information:

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  • Name And Surname
  • Home Telephone Number
  • Work Telephone Number
  • Cell Phone Number
  • E-mail
  • Arrival Date
  • Departure Date
  • Number of Adults
  • Number of Children

Banking Details

  • Starcrow 112cc
  • ABSA Rustenburg
  • Cheque Account
  • 4065284803
  • Branch Code: 632005
  • ·         For any questions contact:
  • ·         Maggie & Gerald Esterhuizen
  • ·         082 495 5123
  • ·         082 550 3756
  • ·         Fax: 0866161314