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For only R2 700 per couple, per night (children 12 and under stay for free). You will not believe what’s included!

One night double, luxury accommodation, 2-Course dinner, continental breakfast

T’s & C’s apply

  • Subject to availability
  • Reservations are essential
  • Full pre-payment secures your booking
  • Excludes beverages not mentioned and personal extras
  • All self-drive options are for your own account

A 5* country hotel in the heart of it all. Facilities include a fine-dining restaurant, a deli and a brasserie, sunning decks where you can laze around reading and enjoying the bird life at the poolside in pristine, landscaped gardens.

Not to mention a great starting point to explore “Gauteng’s playground”, the Cradle of Humankind and beyond. The emphasis is on getting away from it all … right on your doorstep! No flights, no shuttles … no stress!

10 things within close driving range from Toadbury Hall County Hotel that you MUST DO

Before you check-in,  plan your self-drive visit to the Cradle of Humankind, the womb in which life began – the very birthing place of our ancestors. As there is a lot to see and do,  you ought to know the best spots to visit. We have made it very easy for you.

Stones & Bones

Check out the Maropeng Visitor Centre

Tour 2500 square metres of exhibits; take an underground boat ride; see fossils; learn about the birth of humankind; view million-year-old stone tools. Put it this way: you’re not going to be bored.

Get dirty at Wonder Cave

An underground wonderland; Wonder Cave is 87 footsteps down an eccentric elevator. Or you could travel via abseil. The choice is yours. Millenniums worth of minerals reached the 1.5 million-year milestone when an earthquake cracked a fault line, exposing this ancient wonder.

Adrenaline Pumping

Ground Zero Adventures

We’ve got the family holiday adventure covered A range of adrenaline-pumping outdoor experiences; river rafting, archery, quad biking, paint ball, tubing, go-karting and more.

Wildlife Wonders

Explore the new home of the Lion and Safari Park

See the animals up close at the Lion Park

Visit the Rhino and Lion Reserve

Take a private game drive through the bush for the best viewing of wildlife in its natural environment. There are predators and herbivores, hunters and hunted, nocturnal and diurnal; all the creatures of

Africa in one sitting! And there’s also an Animal Crèche for kids and adults alike to play with adorable lion cubs.

Bushbabies Monkey Sanctuary

The Bushbabies Monkey Sanctuary looks after orphaned and abused animals. The sanctuary, situated in one of the many gorges of the Magaliesberg mountain range, provides the perfect environment for monkeys from around the world.

Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary, started in 1999, grew from five elephants to a total of twelve African Elephants. These Elephants have been domesticated through positive reinforcement animal management principles, and as a result, provide us with the unique opportunity to interact with them. Visitors are taken on a journey into the world of the African elephant and are guided through an unforgettable experience with these magnificent creatures.

Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre – De Wildt 

The Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre in South Africa was established in 1971, initially as a Cheetah breeding project, and the centre has bred over 800 Cheetah cubs over the past 40 years. Various conservation projects have been initiated since its inception which also includes a successful African Wild Dog conservation program.

Culture & Craft

Take a walk in Lesedi Cultural Village

Lesedi is a melting pot of cultures set amongst untouched bushveld and rocky hills. Discover rural African culture at its most vibrant. Learn about the rich cultural background and traditional history of South Africa in an informative and entertaining way.

Dietmar Wiening Gallery

There’s fun to be had indoors as well if you make time to vis­it the and see the amaz­ing works of this lead­ing bronze sculptor of birds and marine life.

See? You can make the most of the summer by immers­ing your­self in all these incred­i­ble expe­ri­ences and activ­i­ties.