Travellers trek in style and relax in luxury set against a backdrop of lush green mountainous vegetation in the North West Priovince with a stay for two at Thaba Tshwene Game Lodge.
Choose between these options:
- R830 for a two-night stay for two
- R1 199 for a three-night stay for two
In a standard room including a bottle of wine
- R1 130 for a two-night stay for two
- R1 645 for a three-night stay for two
In an executive room including a bottle of wine
The Lodge at a Glance
Thaba Tshwene Game Lodge is situated roughly 28 kilometres north-west of Klerksdorp in the North West Province near the town of Hartbeesfontein. Thaba Tshwene offers game drives, 4x4 routes, and a sparkling swimming pool and pool deck for relaxing. A cosy restaurant serves delicious meals and you can enjoy a cocktail on the lounge deck overlooking the waterhole. After dinner, head to the cigar lounge and relax on their deep, comfortable leather couches with a cognac while you watch a sports game on TV or just listen quietly to the crackling of the fire.
- Cigar Lounge with fireplace
- Lounge deck overlooking the waterhole
- Restaurant and bar
- Swimming pool with pool deck for relaxing
- Game drives
Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and is serviced daily. The rooms are individually decorated, with some of them in a style reminiscent of an English Country Manor with crisp white linen and floral curtains, and others more bohemian-looking with heavy wooden furniture. Some rooms come with a spa bath, either inside, or outside for a Jacuzzi bath under the stars. Each room has a spacious stoep with a private entrance for relaxing outside on warm afternoons.
- En-suite bathrooms
- Individually decorated bedrooms
- Spa bath in some rooms either inside or outside
- Spacious stoep with private entrance
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Hartebeesfontein
Fly-fishing for coarse fish is a popular pastime and sport near Hartebeesfontein. Hikers can enjoy the 11 kilometre “Ou Dorp” Hiking Trail that leads through the old part of Klerksdorp. Various historical sites are found on the route, such as the remaining homes of the town's original twelve Voortrekker families and the ruins of prehistoric kraals. Visitors may rent horses from the Rhino Rock Horses establishment and follow the horse trails. It also has a riding school. Bosworth farm is the site of some 600 San rock art images. The images range from geometric to animal and human images. As the site is on private land, visitors have to make prior arrangements to visit it. The recreational facilities at the Johan Neser Dam on Schoonspruit are excellent. Rhinoceros and over 30 other species of animals roam the Faan Meintjies Nature Reserve whilst more than 150 species of birds keep birdwatchers’ eyes glued to the skies.