On Our Estate

On Our Estate

Hiking

Each bedroom is equipped with a backpack and water bottle for your use whilst at Heysbrook.

Birding

 

Heysbrook is blessed with both highveld and lowveld birds, as well as several that aren’t supposed to be here!

Bring your Bicycle

 

The kids are welcome to bring their bicycles and to explore our estate.

Clay pigeon shooting

By appointment, prior to arrival, only.

 

Typically, six different routines are undertaken for a total of 26 shots per person.

Volcanic Rock Pool

 

Ideal for lazing, reading, games and swimming,

Catered or Self-catering?

While Heysbrook is ideal as a self-catering venue, you’re welcome to have Gerald, our manager together with Mavis, who’s been in the kitchen for nearly twenty years, cater for you.

Surrounding Area

Surrounding Area

Historical Buildings

 

Within a ten-minute drive of Heysbrook include the Five Arch Bridge, the Kruger Hof museum, where Paul Kruger last lived before going into exile in Europe.

Sudwala Caves

 

Well worth the 60km journey, a guided tour of the caves and a meal at one of the restaurants makes for a pleasant day out, particularly for the children.

Coffee and Curios in Dullstroom

 

Dullstroom is some 50km away. A tourist town with numerous coffee shops, restaurants, art galleries and antique shops, it is also close to several golf courses.

A Day Trip to Swaziland

 

A two hour drive from Heysbrook brings you to the Royal Swazi Spa. A further one and a half takes you past Piggs Peak to the Josefsdal/Bulembu border post.

Kaapsehoop's Wild Horses 

 

Kaapsehoop is famous for its wild horses which roam freely around the village, various B&B’s, wedding venues and artist studios.

Golf

 

A number of high quality golf courses are within reach of Heysbrook.

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