ID #4987

Kedar Country Hotel, Rustenburg, Bushveld, North-West Province (and the Paul Kruger Country House Museum).

Private nature reserve. Twelve double rooms and three executive suites with private plunge pools. Further 15 rooms planned. All rooms en-suite with radio and hospitality trays. Pool terrace with bar, dining room and braai area. Cable TV in the recreational centre. Two function facilities: The Summerhouse and the Blesbok Room cater for 36 schoolroom and cinema-style respectively. A 60-seat conference room as well as a new bar and reception area are planned. Paul Kruger’s farm, Boekenhoutfontein, was declared a national monument in 1936. The Simon van der Stel Foundation restored it and has maintained it since 1971.  Intended for use as a “living museum.” The house of Paul Kruger’s son, Pieter Kruger, which stands next to the museum, will be converted into a restaurant. The surrounding land has been incorporated into Kedar’s game farm. Prolific birdlife. Herds of impala and blesbok. In the foothills of the Pilanesberg. 1.5 hours from Johannesburg and 15 minutes from Sun City. Visit Pilanesburg National Park, the Lost City or the Valley of the Waves.

Rustenburg is on the N4 west of Pretoria. Travel west on the N4 towards Rustenburg (the Swartruggens road). Turn north onto the R565, following the signs to Sun City. About 5-km past Phokeng, follow the signs to Kedar Country House. If travelling south from Sun City, the sign is on the right, just past Boshoek. ASKedar

Head Office        Private Bag 1 Muldersdrift 1747
+27 (11) 957 2099
+27 (11) 957 3212 fax
Kedar Country House    Box 81 Boshoek 0301
+27 (14) 573 3218 telephone and fax

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