About Jorn's Guest House
We offer our guests an irresistible combination of German professionalism and warm South African hospitality. The guest house is surrounded by a nature reserve, water features and breathtaking mountain views.
The guest house consists of five architectural-designed units which stand apart from the main house. An additional four rooms are semi-detached and all have private entrances, en-suite bathrooms and patios overlooking the lush green gardens.
This graceful landscape cries out to be explored by nature lovers. The golf course is one wood and a seven iron away. If you're a friend we haven't met yet, we hope you will stop by to find out what all the excitement is about.
Safari: We can easily organize safari drives for our guests and self-drive options are also possible as we are close to Kruger National Park
Golf: We are within walking distance from the Nelspruit Golf Course. Our bar and lounge area is also decorated with numerous golfing memorabilia from signed golf shirts of famous golfers such as Nick Faldo and Gary Player - a golfers haven!
Conference Venues: Our Board Room is perfect for small groups - training and meetings and we offer catering services.
Family friendly: We have three Family Rooms accommodating four guests each as well as a Garden Cottage with a kitchenette for three persons sharing. Kindly note - we do not offer accommodation to children under the age of six.
Romantic: Our King Suite is a romantic haven! The room has a double power shower, a huge spa bath and bush shower. The room has a high balcony which overlooks the tropical garden, waterfall and koi pool and the distant mountains.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
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