Self-catering lodge in Dullstroom
Within 15 minutes of the (relative) hustle and bustle of Dullstroom village, Amberley Mountain Reserve provides you with the unique experience of complete privacy and seclusion without being remote. Enjoy all that the 900 ha of the estate has to offer.
ON THE ESTATE
Hiking, Biking, Walking
Guests have the entire estate to themselves and can explore the estate at leisure either on foot or bike. The estate is home to a variety of wild plains game.
Guests have exclusive use of the lodge swimming pool.
Sorry no pets
Regrettably, pets cannot be accommodated. This is as much for your pets safety as it is for our animals. The lodge is open to the plains where large herds graze.
There are six dams and a weir available for guests to fish. Four of these dams and the weir are located within walking distance of the lodge and two large dams on the north western side of the estate that can be accessed by 4x4 vehicles.
The Lodge housekeeper's primary function is to ensure a restful stay. The Lodge is serviced daily with the housekeeper cleaning, making up the bedrooms, resetting the fires and helping with kitchen duties.
Cell signal - and (no) Wi-Fi
Being in the country, Amberley does not have the option of being on a Wi-Fi network. Vodacom cell signal (voice and data) is very strong - and fast (we easily download movies and conduct video meetings) on our cell network. Using your own cell contract, you too should have good connectivity.
Self-catering - or not
A fully equipped kitchen is available in the lodge. Catered meals are available on request.
AROUND & ABOUT
Where To Eat
Dullstroom has many celebrated restaurants and pubs in which to enjoy glorious food, sundowners, coffees and breakfasts. For more private celebrations, the town offers a number of excellent caterers.
Visit Anvil Ale brewery for a craft beer tasting. There are a number of coffee shops on the main street and as well as the Bergen Cheese factory whose tasting room offers the opportunity to sample and purchase traditional cheese straight from the farm without having to venture out of town.
Wild about Whisky is well known for its whisky tours and now offers an amazing selection of premium spirits from around the world each with their own story and range from gin to rum and all in-between.
Rated by many to be one of the best in South Africa this Ernie Els signature course is set among some of the most scenic mountainous terrain in Mpumalanga. Grab a bite or drink at The Fly Catcher restaurant at the club house.
Shops & Beauty Dullstroom Village
Local village shops are small and often unique in their offerings. Take time to browse deli food and sweet delights, home décor, antiques, and artworks, as well as boutique clothing, jewellery and accessories. Dullstroom also has hairdressers and makeup artists and for the arty and creative, studios offer the opportunity to paint and throw pottery, frame-making, pewter creation, decoupage and mosaic lessons.
Escarpment Battlefields Tours
A one-day tour is available to book that focuses on the Battle of Berg en Dal, the final set piece battle between the British forces and the Boer Commandos of the Eastern Transvaal.
Get a close up view of how raptors fly and hunt with an accompanying educational talk which is great fun for all ages. Check the visiting hours
Amberley Lodge | Amberley Mountain Reserve | Dullstroom | 1110