It is L’anda Bed and breakfast in Middelburg Mpumalanga's pleasure to host you in a relaxed and charming atmosphere in the quiet, central part of town.
Recently 4 star graded by TGCSA, L'anda Guest House offers Self Catering accommodation in Middelsburg as well as bed and breakfast and guest house accommodation in Middelburg. Treat yourself with a delicious dinner or breakfast specially made by your hosts.
B&B and self catering in Middelburg
L'anda Guest House in Middelburg offers both self catering units and guest rooms for affordable Middelburg accommodation!
You have a choice between our luxurious en-suite rooms or our spacious self-catering units.
The 2 en-suite rooms are very spacious and beautifully decorated.
You can relax in you room while looking out on the garden.
Enjoy tea and coffee while watching DSTV.
The 2 self catering units, each with their own kitchen and living room, are charmingly decorated, very spacious and fully equipped.
- 2 Self-catering units
- Crisp, upmarket linen
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Safe parking
- Every unit has its own kitchen
- Every unit has its own lounge
- Spacious, luxurious bathrooms
- Fax Facilities available
- Wifi Internet available
Sparkling bathrooms and modern kitchens make L'anda one of the most sought after self catering guest houses in Middelburg.
This is a Malaria-free area.
There are close to 70 species of mammals on the reserve including 3 of the 'Big Five', namely; White Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard. Because of their dwindling numbers, Oribi, White Rhino, Buffalo and Sable Antelope enjoy special protection. Hippo, giraffe, warthog, many more buck and other wildlife abound in the Reserve.
Game viewing by boat with qualified guides is a highlight.
The White Church:
Proclaimed a historical monument, this is a landmark of the central town area, due to its size and gracious architectural design.
Anglo Boer War Sites in Middelburg:
Concentration Camp Cemetery, Drift, English Bridge, National Monument, Old Canon Blockhouse, Old Cemetery And Blockhouse, Meijersbridge, National Monument, The Old Church, New Cemetery
Canal, English Bridge, Tree Lane
Botshabelo Open Air Museum:
The museum is the starting-point of a number of waymarked hiking trails.
The Ndebele village is well worth a visit. This is situated close to the camping site, at the end of the Aasvoëlkrans trail.
Little Elephant Art and Craft Market:
All the people that work at the little Elephant were unemployed.None of the artist had any formal training in artwork. They are now owners of small shops at Midway.