Experience the sounds of nature by camping outdoors and being part of nature.
Campsites are R300 per stand (upto 6 people)
rustic ablution facilities
From the exterior to the interior Its Anners is different. It’s an art paradise. The 5 luxury double rooms are based on the five elements and all have there own unique wonders and decorations. The rooms are TV free to best hear and enjoy the sounds of nature, which is why you visit the bush. There is a TV in the lounge area for kids while you enjoy a braai outside.
The Family unit consists: of a private room with a double and 2 single beds, open living area with a kitchen, lounge with a sleeper couches and 3 bunk beds (6 people). The family unit sleeps 10 people and we can accommodate up to 16 people on request.
A 25m lap pool borders on the 22 m veranda from where game viewing can take place. The house is situated in a 1,5 Ha enclosure with trees, lawns and flower beds.
There are open and enclosed braai (BBQ) areas on the premises. The enclosed braai (BBQ) area can seat 60 people.
The location in nature provide the ideal breakaway from the hassle and bustle of city life. It also offers you the opportunity to celebrate your birthday/anniversary or have a small wedding with friends and family.
For the guesthouse breakfast is included. Lunch and dinner must be booked.
The family unit is a cottage that is on its own with its own Kitchen and lounge. The unit comprises of a main sleeping room that accommodates 4 people, the open living area with kitchen, lounge and 6 bunk beds. The family unit can accommodate up to 16 People if needed.
The Earth Room has a close to 300 year old 4 poster bed made from stink wood and yellow wood. The room is inspired by Africa and the decor and artworks contribute to the theme. For us Africa symbolize earth. Sleeps 3
The Air Room has a French feel to it. It is romantic and light. It also has an undertone of Africa, especially the designs in the bathroom. The art works are watercolour flower paintings and pastel drawings by Maxi. Sleeps 2
The “Fire” room has an African feel to it. The artworks convey the message. The decor and colour scheme convey the feeling of warmth. The Boilermakers Lodge head piece is from the Rand Mine in Johannesburg and fits perfectly with the theme “fire”. The en-suite bathroom has a bath, shower and toilet. Sleeps 2
The theme of the water room is the sea. The walls of the bathroom is covered by mosaic that took years to complete. The mosaic tiles were made from recycled window glass. The room have a queen size bed with a three quarter bed serving as a couch. Sleeps 3
This is the largest room in the house, with a 4 poster bed, desk and a lounge. The room is in the front part of the house and is decorated with paintings and other artwork giving it a Bohemian feeling. Some people refer to the decor as “Boere Barok”. Sleeps 4