Waterberg Cottages

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Nestled in the heart of the Waterberg plateau, Waterberg Cottages offers its guests a haven of tranquillity, relaxation and fun, in the beautiful Bushveld. 

Only 2.5 hours away from Pretoria and malaria free, Waterberg Cottages is a family-orientated establishment and has many activities to keep the kids occupied.


Waterberg Cottages offers four self catering cottages for you to choose from:

Windsong Cottage (sleeps 11) itself is an historical farm house now tastefully updated into self-catering accommodation. It comprises kitchen, pantry, lounge/dining room, three triple bedrooms one of which is en-suite, and one double bedroom with en-suite. In addition there is a further bathroom, separate shower room and two toilets. Windsong has a lovely large stoep with sofas and large dining table, perfect for relaxing and entertaining.

Butterfly Cottage (sleeps 2-4) is a lovely thatched cottage with one double bedroom. It comprises of a large open plan living/dining/kitchen area, one double bedroom and a bathroom. There are two sofa beds in the living area for use if required.

Bushwillow (sleeps 7) is a two storey cottage, with lovely views out over our new game area. It has a large open plan living/dining/kitchen area as well as two bedrooms and the mezzanine. The mezzanine has two full size sofa beds with very comfortable bed mattresses. This can either be used as an upstairs living room, or as an extra bedroom.

Kudu Lodge (sleeps 16) offers a wonderful opportunity to have a large get-together with family and friends. It has a large open plan living/dining/kitchen area, with a modern fitted kitchen, open fire place, kitchen table, and three sofas, perfect for relaxing and entertaining. It has 2 double bedrooms with en-suite facilities and 2 further large bedrooms, one with two single beds and two bunk beds, the other with three bunk beds. The later has en-suite shower and toilet facilities and the other has a separate bathroom.


• Swimming Pool.
• Private Braai areas.


• Camera Trapping
• Walking and birding.
• Visiting the Hippo.
• Canoeing at Kudu Dam (Subject to availability).

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