Hawks Nest Guest House
Description Hawks Nest is ideally situated, in a tranquil and quiet setting, yet close enough to all amenities, restaurants, shops & a gymnasium. Ideal stop over for the business man or tourist on route to Nelspruit, Kruger National Park, Swaziland, Mbabane, KwaZulu Natal, Johannesburg … Halfway stop to everywhere! Our aim is to provide a high standard of accommodation at a reasonable rate, home from home, without the normal daily hassle, in a friendly and relaxing environment. Hawks Nest, in conjunction with Style Labb, now offers on site beauty treatments such as facials, manicures, pedicures, massages, etc. Arrangements for these treatments must preferably be made beforehand. Hawks Nest offers: - Tea/coffee facilities, wall-mounted heater and television with remote - 5 channels including M-net - in 8 standard double bedrooms. Each room has its own exclusive entrance & ensuite bathroom with bath and/or shower. Enjoy a delicious English / Continental breakfast in our cozy dining room. Dinners may be arranged on request. The entire property is secure with a remote controlled gate. Safe undercover parking is available. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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S 26° 32' 2.4" -26° 32.04' Longitude
E 29° 57' 35.28" 29° 57.588' QR Codes
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Address R39 Standerton Road Ermelo 2351 Mpumalanga South Africa Phone No. No phone number available Fax No. No fax number available Local Weather Map
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Kruger Park - Shimuwini ( Website)
Shimuwini is a Shangaan word for "Place of the Baobab Tree". The camp is so named because the nearby Letaba River which fronts the cottages, is lined with these huge trees, one of them estimated to be between 2 000 and 3 000 years old. Shimuwini Bushveld Camp is the most modern of the bushveld camps, being completely rebuilt after the floods in 2000.
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