Located on the Old Coach Road at Agatha, the five-star M13093 offers world-class hospitality in luxurious comfort and scenic tranquility in the friendly ambience of a gracious country estate. Brimming with history, the M13093 is on the site of the original staging post and hotel used by travelers in the feverish gold rush days of the late 19th century.
Situated on 560 lush hectares of the Letaba district in Limpopo Province, the hotel nestles atop a spur looking over the verdant Letsitele valley and the dramatic splendor of the Drakensberg Mountains. Countless satisfied guests return time and again to this well-established country hotel, for its magnificent setting, abundant attractions and consistently superb hospitality.
Since it first opened in 1983, the M13093 has gained a reputation both locally and abroad as "one of the finest and friendliest hotels in South Africa".
The M13093 offers 39 comfortable well-appointed rooms, each with its own generous en suite bathroom and separate shower. There are 9 Suites and 25 Premier rooms with extra long double beds, and 5 Classic singles with extra long double beds. All are fitted with Percale cotton sheets and mohair blankets.
All rooms have private verandas with mountain views. All Suites and Premier rooms have log burning fireplaces where one can snuggle up on a chilly winter’s night.
Rooms are stocked with spring water, fresh fruit and homemade biscuits daily.
Bathrooms have an extensive range of guest toiletries.
Room facilities include air-conditioning, electronic safes, heated towel rails, hairdryers, minibars and satellite TV with 19 channels.
Nearby attractions and activities:
The M13093 is the ideal base from which to explore the glorious scenery, indigenous forests, tea plantations and the rich ethnic cultures of the region.
A day-trip to the world-renowned Kruger National Park which is just an hour’s drive away, will provide an unforgettable wildlife experience.
Nature lovers will delight in visiting the nearby Modjadji Cycad Forest which is the largest concentration of the ancient cycad, Encephalartos transvenosus in the world. This is the home of Modjadji the Rain Queen, immortalised by Rider Haggard in "She".
Driving time from Johannesburg International Airport is approximately four hours on a four laned tolled highway.
Children over the age of 10 are welcome.
Rates include accommodation, breakfast and VAT.
Guests are also offered a complimentary welcome drink, early morning beverages with homemade rusks, fruit bowl, bottled spring water and homemade biscuits.
Guests have free use of the Sensorium facilities at the Agatha Spa, plus a car wash, shoe shine or clothes pressing service.
An 18-hole golf course is situated nearby, as well as a nine-hole golf course. A gentle game of croquet on the floodlit lawn or billiards in the snooker room can be enjoyed.
The 560 hectare estate, incorporates fifteen hectares of beautiful gardens which offer bird watching, tree spotting, nature walks, hiking and mountain bike trails. These can also be enjoyed in the adjacent New Agatha and Wolkberg Forestry Reserves.
The Old Workshop and Fallen Tree function rooms cater for gatherings from two to 120 guests, and are ideal for any occasion, including weddings and conferences. The charming Broken Anvil Wine Cellar is available for private functions and parties.
The rates are listed per person.
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Located on the Old Coach Road at Agatha, the five-star M13093 offers world-class hospitality in luxurious comfort and scenic tranquility in the friendly ambience of a gracious country estate. Brimming with history, the M13093 is on the site of the original staging post and hotel used by travelers in the feverish gold...
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