less than three hours' drive from Pretoria
and nestled amongst some of South Africa's most
spectacular mountain scenery.
The Magoebaskloof Hotel is the ideal
retreat for those wishing to escape from the hustle and bustle of city
A balcony area for al fresco dining and coffee shop service runs the
length of the building and continues across the front, overlooking the
The Coffee Bean coffee shop also has indoor
seating and a comfortable lounge section with cosy fireplace. All day
light snacks and meals, tempting cakes and freshly squeezed juice are
Walk through to the impressive Tlou Restaurant, where an extensive a la
Carte menu will temp your palate, as well as the ever popular Table
The Phoenix and Fireman Pub situated next
to the Coffee Bean delivers a particularly special vibe. An impressive
long cedarwood bar, huge fireplace for those chilly evenings, and big
screen sport are offered.
There is also the trendy Red Post Box Pub offering an alternative for
those seeking sports bar facilities.
There are three conference rooms, squash, bowls, swimming pool, forest
walks, and the Samango Monkey Project on site.
The reputation for warm hospitality acquired over more than six decades,
is still to be enjoyed through all seasons.
Magoebaskloof Hotel is a favourite meeting place for locals, family and
friends, and children of all ages are welcome.
Every need has been anticipated and taken care of.
All rooms are spacious, have their own patios overlooking the valley
views, bathrooms (choice of showers or bath and showers), satellite TV,
telephones, fruit and flowers.
Samangoes are active, gregarious, noisy and curious, like most primates
around the world. Only in a few unique places does one have the rare
opportunity to come face to face with these graceful little apes - one
such places is the Magoebaskloof Hotel.
The Magoebaskloof Hotel is particularly well situated as a premier
birding destination. Nestled on the edge of one of the largest
consolidated expanses of Afromontane Forest in the subregion, the hotel
offers forest birding of the very highest quality.
Except for the coastal forests at Knysna, the Afromontane forests of the
Magoebaskloof area ranks as of the most extensive in South Africa and
also of the most beautiful. The vegetation of these forests have
enormous plant diversity and are dominated by trees as tall as 30-40m
The Tlou Restaurant
offers both Table d’hôte and an extensive à la Carte