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Belfast is situated 2025m above sea level and it is one of the coldest and highest towns in South Africa. Belfast is known for its excellent trout fishing conditions. Farmers farm: Cattle, dairy, sheep, maize, potatoes and timber. The town exports about 6 millions tulip buds annually. It also has the oldest Bluegum plantation in South Africa.
The town was named after Richard Charles O’Neill, who owned the farm that Belfast was built on, O’Neil was originally from Belfast in Northern Ireland. In October 2009, Belfast was renamed to eMakhazeni.

Greystone Lodge

Greystone Lodge offers AA Recommended accommodation and facilities on a 500 acre private nature reserve in the Mpumalanga Highlands of South Africa on a self-catering or B&B basis. Situated just off t...

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Lakenvlei Forest Lodge

The main lodge is situated at the edge of the wetland, surrounded by reed beds, pine forests and tranquil hills. The chalets are in close proximity to the lodge, where you will find a country-styled r...

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The Bells in Belfast

We offer accommodation here at The Bells, a charming original Cape-Dutch style house in the friendly town of Belfast, Mpumalanga. Guests enjoy our cosy rooms with wooden floors and the fireplaces a...

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