About Aan De Vliet
Situated in the picturesque Sabie valley, on the banks of the Sabie River, AAN DE VLIET HOLIDAY RESORT is 8 kms from Hazyview and 20 kms from the Kruger National Park's Phabeni Gate.
44 Self-catering chalets can accommodate 2-5 guests.
Breakfast is available at an additional cost.
We also cater for Functions, Weddings and Conferences.
3 Types of Units are available :
STREAM Units (suitable for a couple),
RIVER Units (max 4 or 5 guests) and
GARDEN Units (max 4 or 5 guests).
Units are all self-catering with outdoor Braai areas.
All units have air conditioning and ceiling fans.
Each bathroom has a shower, basin and toilet.
Kitchens are equipped with a gas hob, microwave oven and a fridge.
Main bedrooms have double beds.
2 Single beds are built-in in the dining area.
Chalets catering for 5 people have an extra stretcher bed in the main bedroom.
NO Televisions in the units.
Safari: Our resort is 20 kms away from the Kruger National Park's Phabeni Gate. Explore the Park on your own, or we can assist you to book a guided tour on a game viewing vehicle. The Safari company will pick you up at Reception.
Golf: 8 kms from Aan de Vliet at Sabi River Sun.
Wedding Venues: Beautiful lush lawn and huge trees on the banks of the Sabie River. The River Lapa can accommodate 50 guests and the Big Hall up to 150 guests.
Conference Venues: 30 Delegates. Catering available. Whiteboard & Internet Access. Private Boardroom also available.
Family friendly: 2 Swimming Pools - Main and Toddler's pool. Kiddies play ground area with trampolines, swings and play park equipment. Lots of picnic spots next to the Sabie River. Volley ball and Table tennis. Lush lawn and beautiful gardens.
Romantic: Our STREAM Units cater for couples. Order a picnic basket and enjoy a romantic lunch on the banks of the Sabie River.
Credit card details must be supplied.
Bookings will only be secured once the 50% deposit is settled.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling