Farmhouse Charm

On the outskirts of Ermelo, South Africa, with elevated views of rolling farmlands below, Kralinbergh is a serene sheep and cattle farm, and an ideal stopover between the Kruger National Park and Swaziland.
Our 100 year old home oozes historical farmhouse charm with elegant modern touches, inviting fireplaces, original artwork and a sunny veranda.

Steeped in History

Dr Aardt Jurriaanse, a Dutchman, studied medicine in the Netherlands and came to South Africa during the Anglo Boer War with a medical corps in aid of the Boers. He stayed on in South Africa after the war and worked as a general practitioner in the Ermelo district of the old Transvaal. He named the farm after his small home town of Kralingen (now a suburb of Rotterdam in the Netherlands).


Our 8 en-suite rooms are decorated to give the ambient feeling you would expect from a manor house. Our rooms have fine percale linen, DStv, free WiFi and a tea tray. Spoil yourself in the spacious honeymoon room with a romantic four-poster bed, fireplace and private entrance onto the veranda. Warm wooden floors, high ceilings, large windows framing country vistas and our beautiful stoep overlooking the countryside entice you to linger over breakfast.


Per person / per day
Room Rate
Double R500
Single R700
Card facilities available


All guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast
Dinner is available on request


At Kralinbergh, we have a very popular hiking trail for our guests to embark on.
Please contact Pieter ( 0734104285) for more information.



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