The guest house in Barberton is situated in a nature conservation area 12 km outside of Barberton town on the R38 Kaapmuiden road. Our guesthouse offers quiet weekend getaways or for the more active, birding and admiring local endemic plant species.
The route was also made famous by Percy Fitzpatrick and his dog, Jock. The remains of a portion of this road runs through the property. Site of the old Clutha Hotel, the remaining buildings were converted to a private home in the early 1930’s. We are ideally situated to explore the Kruger National Park, Swaziland, and the southern Lowveld.
We offer accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis with dinner available on request. If you are arriving late afternoon, early evening, please note that Barberton does not have a big selection of restaurants, besides the usual take-away franchises. As we are 15km north of Barberton town centre, we would suggest that you book dinner. Please note that the availability of dining facilities are subject to change depending on COVID-19 regulations and protocols.
Please let us know when you make a reservation if you will require dinner and advise us of any special dietary requirements. We are licensed to sell alcohol and do not provide self-catering facilities.
We have eight rooms available to suit most needs, a single room, one twin bed room, four double rooms, a family unit which sleeps four persons in two bedrooms, (one twin bed and one double) and a one bedroom apartment unit with two single beds. More information about our room layout here.