This Lydenburg accommodation has been home for the Viljoen family since 1986. The manor house dates to 1930 and it was built and initially occupied by the administrator of the Transvaal. This supreme accommodation in Lydenburg was purchased by the Viljoen family from Mr. Clive Mc Gee, and before him it was occupied by one more family.
Carel Viljoen has decided to change this Lydenburg accommodation into a superb guest house and kept the name that was written on the front gate, DANKHOF. There are 4 unique rooms in the manor house each one with a unique charm. The symphony room, the classic room, the royal room, and the vintage room.The house has classic high ceilings with Oregon Pine beams, floors, frames doors and windows with lead glass panes arranged stately with little coloured panes in between.
To round this superb guest house in Lydenburg off, Carel has added 4 rooms in the garden, 3 of them joined and the other separate. Furthermore these 3 rooms have got interleading doors making it great for a family stay. Each room has got a mini fridge, microwave, and most rooms a little kitchenette with utensils and a sink.
For both leisure and corporate guest this bed and breakfast in Lydenburg is ideal because it creates a home away from home. The owner personally attends to your breakfast, amazing host. Don’t forget to complete your breakfast request form, what a spread.