Mountain Retreat lies serenely on the Iron Crown Mountain
majestically surveying the vast ranges of the Drakensburg and the
waters of the Ebenezer Dam.
Bifrost in Nordic mythology is the bridge way to the home of the
gods aptly named for a country home renown for its uniquely tranquil
atmosphere which inspires and enchants guests.
Located in South Africa, three and a half hours drive (385 km) from
Johannesburg in the magnificent Magoebaskloof-Haenertsburg area of
the Northern-Limpopo Province. An excellent stopover to the Kruger
Park 150 km away. For the tourist arriving at JHB international
Airport, numerous car hire companies are available.
Bifrost is a large furnished home with living room, dining room, 3
main bedrooms for adults and 2 smaller
rooms for children and an adult.
There is comfortable accommodation for 9 people, 7 adults and 2
A modern well equipped kitchen with a microwave, gas stove and oven,
fridge and freezer.
Laundry service on request.
The facilities include electricity, cellphone, television, hot
water, fireplaces and a playroom.
Blankets, pillows, bed linen and towels are at hand. For outdoor
cooking, a Cobb BBQ/Braai are provided. Guests are requested to
bring their own charcoal briquettes.
Bifrost is fully serviced by trained staff.
These activities are enjoyed and easily organised.
• Trout and Bass fishing
• Hiking and Horse riding
• Abseiling and Kloofing
• Mountain biking - Bring your own bike
• Bird watching
Haenertsburg Village, a charming cluster of essential shops and
restaurants only 5km from Bifrost offers interesting diversions.
Along the R71 there are plant nurseries, pubs, tea gardens and the
Debegeni Falls to amuse and intrigue visitors.
September is the month for the Spring Fair and Orchid Show. Visiting
Cheerio Gardens for the cherry blossoms, azaleas and camellias is a
wonderful experience. Nearby along the Cheerio road is the
Wegraakbosch Organic cheese factory where cheese tasting and a glass
of wine create a happy moment.
The Ebenezer Mile for swimmers and the many mountain bike races
attract hundreds of sporting enthusiasts annually.