Owl Cottage - Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants

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Owl Cottage

Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants - Accommodation

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ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:

Owl Cottage is a charming detached cottage that sleeps 6 people in comfort in 3 separate bedrooms with twin beds. One room is en-suite with a shower, hand basin and loo. There is family bathroom with a shower over the bath and a washing machine, for cold water washes. All linen and towels are provided.
The large kitchen/dining/sitting room has comfortable seating. The kitchen is fully equipped and offers a table top stove, two gas rings and a microwave oven. There are two fridges for your food and all important cold drinks. The covered stoep has two braais, seating for 6 and a dart board. There is a lawn to run about on and sparkling swimming pool for hot summer days. The view over the forested kloof towards Tzaneen is breathtaking
We are close to the Woodbush reserve and our birding is spectacular. We have regular visits from a large troop of Samango monkeys and Cape parrots pop in to have a nibble on our pecan nuts. There are some beautiful walks nearby and the village of Haenertsburg is 15kms away offering pretty shops, a pub and restaurants.

Internet is available on request.

Check in time is flexible, please phone us to confirm check in time that will suite you.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Owl Cottage, Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants

Establishment Facilities
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Gay Friendly
  • Pools
  • Secure Parking
Room Amenities
  • Non Smoking

Things to do near Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants

Ba-Phalaborwa Tourism - Ba-Phalaborwa, Tourism Information

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Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality is situated on the North-eastern part of South Africa in the Limpopo Province. It is one of the four local municipalities in the Mopani District. The Municipality serves as a convenient gateway to the Kruger National Park and the Transfrontier Park through the Mozambique Channel. Gateway to the Kruger National Park and Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park Dubbed the 'town of ...

Bushbuckridge Tourism - Bushbuckridge, Tourism Information

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Duiwelskloof Tourism - Duiwelskloof, Tourism Information

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Modjadjikloof lies in an unhurried fertile area of exquisite beauty at the entrance to the Lowveld and is a pretty village with panoramic vistas on to the surrounding Wolkberg Mountains. As green and lush as Tzaneen, its former name Duiwelskloof ('devil's gorge') is said to have two possible derivations: the village got its name either from the sticky wet mud of the area, which presumably ...

Gravelotte Tourism - Gravelotte, Tourism Information

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Gravelotte is not very well known as it is small but it is a truly beautiful suburb in Limpopo. SanWild Wildlife is a private game reserve/sanctuary where you will get to see many animals such as impala, kudu, wildebeest, hippos, rhino, elephant and many more wild and rescued or rehabilitated animals. There are guided tours, walking trail ... ...

Haenertsburg Tourism - Haenertsburg, Tourism Information

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Originally a gold rush town that sprung up in 1887, Haenertsburg is now a destination for the avid hiker, the urban escapee, and the nature lover. Driving east from Pietersburg (Polokwane) to Haenertsburg, the land rapidly changes from flat, dry bushveld to steep hills and valleys covered in lush green forests. Perched up in the hills, Haenertsburg looks like a little piece of Austria transplanted ...

Hoedspruit Tourism - Hoedspruit, Tourism Information

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Hoedspruit is a small tourism and agriculturally orientated town in the central Lowveld just outside the famous Kruger National Park. Tourism facilities centre around Game Lodges, Safaris and other "Big 5" activities as well as birding, hikes, and exclusive "getaways". It is a growing town full of character and friendly people Visit us and see for yourself!!! ...

Klaserie Tourism - Klaserie, Tourism Information

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Klaserie is South Africa's second largest private reserve, but it has only been accessible to tourist since 1995. Klaserie is actually a collection of smaller reserves that border on the Kruger National Park and the Olifants River, but the main focus here is the Klaserie River. In this dry region, the river acts as a magnet for wildlife in the area, drawing birds and mammals out into the open ...

Letsitele Tourism - Letsitele, Tourism Information

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Lesitele is lush and prosperous agricultural suburb in Limpopo with many fruit and vegetable farms, mainly citrus. Lesitele is approximately and hour away from the Palaborwa airport which makes it convenient for visitors. ...

Leydsdorp Tourism - Leydsdorp, Tourism Information

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Leydsdorp, the smallest city in South Africa and once the capital of the Lowveld, was named in honour of President Paul Kruger's secretary of state, Dr William Leyd. Having shot his first lion at the age of twelve, Paul Kruger was a keen hunter and used to visit his hunting house (which can still be seen today) on a regular basis. In fact, he enjoyed it so much, that when he needed to put his ...

Magoebaskloof Tourism - Magoebaskloof, Tourism Information

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Magoebaskloof, is a particularly beautiful part of the world that lies at the foot of the northern tip of the Drakensberg mountain range. The dramatic landscapes, afro-montane forests and beautiful grasslands makes it a very popular hiking and outdoors area. It is a magical place with birding, hiking and colorful and striking gardens to visit, not only during Spring but also during the warm ...

Munnik Tourism - Munnik, Tourism Information

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Polokwane Tourism - Polokwane, Tourism Information

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Wide streets, jacaranda and coral trees, colourful parks and sparkling fountains characterise the principal town and vibrant capital of Limpopo. Described as "a bustling development situated in a sea of grassland interrupted by rounded granite kopjes", the city of Polokwane was founded in the gold rush of the 1880s. Meaning 'place of safety' and known as the 'place of peace', it is the largest metropolitan ...

Tzaneen Tourism - Tzaneen, Tourism Information

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Tzaneen is a large town situated in the Mopani district of the Limpopo province in South Africa. It is in a fertile region with tropical and subtropical agriculture taking place in a 20,000 km² region. About 650 000 people residing within a 30km radius, with the town itself holding a population of around 30,000. The Tzaneen area is a subtropical paradise filled with indigenous and exotic plants. ...

Magoebaskloof Hiking Trail - Tzaneen, Hiking trails

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The trail network consists of several sections which can be combined to form trails ranging from two to five days. The trail described began at Dokolewa Pools, accessed from the Tzaneen side of Magoebaskloof Pass. The first day of the circular trail was from Dokolewa to Woodbrush-about six hours of fairly tough hiking over 8,4 kilometres. From Woodbrush to Waterfall Hut is about 15 fairly easy kilometres, ...

Phalaborwa Tourism - Phalaborwa, Tourism Information

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Phalaborwa borders the Kruger National Park, with the central business district only two minutes away from the Phalaborwa Gate to the Kruger National Park. From this gate well-trained park rangers provide hiking tours, guided night drives on open vehicles, barbeques in open bush and sparkling wine breakfasts. Since the Phalaborwa Gate was officially opened in 1961, it has served as a most convenient ...

Directions to Owl Cottage

Map of Owl Cottage in Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants

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Directions to Owl Cottage

GPS Co-Ordinates: 30° 0' 19" E / 23° 51' 41.5" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Owl Cottage in Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants

Departing: O.R. Tambo International Airport
Address: O R Thambo Airport Road, OR Tambo International Airport (JNB), Kempton Park 1627, South Africa
Distance: 377 km / Duration: 3 hours 47 mins
1. Head northwest 0.5 km
2. Slight left onto the R21 N ramp to City Center/Kempton Park/Pretoria 0.4 km
3. Merge onto R21 36.3 km
4. Take exit 134 for N1 N toward Polokwane 1.6 km
5. Merge onto N1
Partial toll road
122 km
6. Turn left to stay on N1
Partial toll road
136 km
7. Exit onto N1/R71 toward Louis Trichardt 12.7 km
8. Take the ramp to Grobler St 0.6 km
9. Turn right onto Grobler St 0.8 km
10. Continue onto R71 64.6 km
11. Sharp left
Destination will be on the right
0.6 km

Nearest Airport

O.R. Tambo International Airport - Johannesburg

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OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg is the busiest airport in South Africa and Africa, with about 17 million passengers coming through every year. Johannesburg International as it was known previously, was renamed in 2006 to honour the memory of Oliver Reginald Tambo, contributor to the liberation of South Africa.

OR Tambo International Airport is 20-minutes away from the eastern suburbs of Johannesburg and 45 minutes from Sandton unless you take the gautrain which takes only 15 minutes to get to Sandton.

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Nearby Towns

Alternative accommodation near Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
Magoebaskloof, Valley of the Olifants » Current Current
Haenertsburg, Valley of the Olifants » 17 mins 19.0 km
Tzaneen, Valley of the Olifants » 24 mins 20.8 km
Letsitele, Valley of the Olifants » 46 mins 49.9 km
Phalaborwa, Valley of the Olifants » 1 hour 50 mins 123 km
Hoedspruit, Valley of the Olifants » 1 hour 55 mins 138 km

Reviews for Owl Cottage

"3rd visit"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

3rd time in 6 months says it all! Thanks for your many kindnesses xx

Reviewer: Jackie Patrick
Country: Zimbabwe
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:43 AM

"Gauteng"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

Tig and Phil thanks for a wonderful and relaxing weekend. The peace and tranquility was exactly what we needed. Highlights were the Cape Parrots and African Goshawk. Not forgetting the variety of butterflies too. Surrounding scenery, view and forest was beautiful. You will definitely be seeing us soon again

Reviewer: Michelle and Howard
Country: South Africa
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:41 AM

"Awesome"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

Awesome hospitality. Great getaway breath taking views very warm and kind hosts. God Bless and take care x x

Reviewer: Nkele,Nombulelo, Zodwa and Obakeng ( Valencia)
Country: South Africa
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:36 AM

"Relaxing"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

I came here from Nelspruit to switch off and put a few things into perspective. I think I have answered that very well. Nice and quiet it is inevitable to really recharge

Reviewer: T P Maepa
Country: South Africa
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:31 AM

"From Sweden"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

Fantastic place Owl Cottage, the best. And the birds as well, David Letsoale is a terrific bird guide. He showed us the Bat Hawk a long time sought after lifer and many other species. We have to come back.

Reviewer: Peter Nilson
Country: Sweded
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:29 AM

"Pretoria"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

What a lovely welcoming place. Everything perfect Azaleas flowering. We just have to come back next year. Thank you Phil and Tig

Reviewer: Dick and Helet Groot
Country: South Africa
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:25 AM

"London"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

A comfortable space to enjoy the sights and activities of Magoebaskloof. We particularly enjoyed the braai and verandah space

Reviewer: Mark Huleatt James
Country: U.K
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:20 AM

"Jhb"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

A perfect place to end a perfect holiday. Loved the Cape Parrots enjoyed the personal touches, thank you

Reviewer: Blatch family
Country: South Africa
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:16 AM

"From Pretoria"

Owl Cottage reviewer rating

Very comfortable accommodation with lots of space The veranda is a great space for relaxing and family togetherness

Reviewer: Piet and Suzanne Smit
Country: South Africa
Posted: December, 3rd 2012 08:13 AM

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