The Coach House offers old world comfort in the Magoebaskloof region of South Africa.
The Coach House looks out over the lush Letsitele Valley and the dramatic splendor of the Drakensberg Mountains. The hotel is built on the site that was once used as a gathering point for wagons in the exciting gold rush days of the late 19th century. The Drakensberg offers travelers one of the most scenic destinations in South Africa.
Guests are accommodated in 39 well-appointed en suite rooms of which nine are suites, 21 premier double rooms and five classic single rooms. Each room and suite has its own veranda with sweeping views of the Drakensberg Mountains. The rooms are invigorated daily with fresh flowers, homemade biscuits and spring water. The premier rooms and suites have log fireplaces that offer comfort and warmth on cold winter nights.
For a meal akin to a fine morning feast, select fresh fruits and other choice delicacies from the buffet or opt for a delicious cooked breakfast on the verandah overlooking the pool. Lunch and dinner offer an explosion of flavors with locally sourced ingredients that have been masterfully combined in wonderful dishes in the Zeederberg Restaurant. The Broken Anvil is the Coach House's own wine cellar that boasts a wide range of local and imported wines. For a pre-dinner cocktail, the John Buchan Bar is just the place to be.
Surrender yourself to total tranquility at the Agatha Spa, where guests have unlimited access to steam rooms, a gymnasium and heated pool. For surplus magic, grab a ready-made picnic basket for a stroll in the gardens and enjoy the many private vistas.
The Coach House has, for many years, been providing the finest accommodation and dining experience in South Africa's Limpopo province. I have visited this hotel on a number of occasions, the first being over twelve years ago. The rooms are large and comfortable, the scenery is quite breathtaking and they definitely serve some of the finest cuisine in the area. On a tour to the Limpopo province and the town of Tzaneen, the Coach House should definitely be considered.Read More
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