Plumbago Guest House

Through the wrought-iron gates at the end of a bougainvillea-lined drive you will find Plumbago - as pretty as the flower that shares it's name, set on an avocado and banana farm, it sits above the plantation watching over out to the Kruger National Park in the distance. With 1940's jazz in the background it has just the right accompaniment to the nostalgic, colonial-inspired setting. charming air conditioned rooms with sitting areas, en-suite bathrooms, tea trays and fine bed linen which have the same casual gracefulness about them with subtle, natural tones, Jacobean print curtains, mahogany beds and abundance of vased and water-colored flowers. The elegant pool and sauna in the beautifully tended bird-filled garden allows for relaxation. The tennis court's viewing lapa includes a mini library with Robbie's history-reading corner.

There are 3 Suites at Plumbago Guest House. Suite 1 offers king or twin sized beds with private bathroom with shower and lounge area. Suite 2 offers a king bed with private bathroom with shower. Suite 3 offers a king sized bed equipped with mosquito net and has a private bathroom with a bath.

They have a turndown service in the evening preparing your bed with a fresh flower and a Belgian chocolate on your pillow, hot water bottle for the chilly nights, boiling water flask and weather report card. In your suite you will also find an information folder with pen, A4 writing paper, note pad, post card, business card, brochure and information on Plumbago.

Children and Pets by arrangement. For Lunch and Dinner, bookings are essential. Fully licensed. Credit cards accepted.  Beauty treatments, activities, transfers and Safari's can be arranged

Located 13km from Hazyview on the R40 towards White River.



  Electronic Safe in Room Air-conditioned


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