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Purple Gecko Guest House

Lydenburg, Bed and Breakfast


Purple Gecko Guest House

4 Star

Tel:27 (0) 13 235-4486
Mobile:27 (0) 83 280 3513
Fax:086 694 8241

Purple Gecko Guesthouse is situated at the foothills of the spectacular Longtom Pass in the picturesque town of Lydenburg, South Africa. Lydenburg is ideally situated near world famous attractions like Dullstroom, Sabie, Pilgrims Rest, Gods Window, Kruger National Park and the Blyde River Canyon. Even if guests are on holiday, on business or just passing through, Purple Gecko Guesthouse is an experience in comfort and luxury. The Guesthouse consists of seventeen luxuriously appointed units, each with its own en-suite bathroom and private entrance, mini bar, tea facilities and DSTV. A full breakfast is served in the dining area and dinner on request. The tranquility of the beautiful gardens sets the scene for guests to enjoy a superb breakfast and for newly-weds there is an exquisite honeymoon-suite with romantic spa. Energetic businessmen can exercise in the sparkling lap pool before breakfast or just relax after a hard day's work. The unique decor, with a gecko theme, excellent cuisine and location of The Purple Gecko are all ingredients that make up the perfect recipe for an unforgettable stay.

Lydenburg is a town abuzz with new developments and the atmosphere is charged with excitement and interest. Lydenburg is situated at the foothills of the famous Long Tom Pass and surrounded by the Steenkampsberg and Mauchsberg mountain ranges. A great attraction in the area is the Lydenburg Waterfall - consisting of 3 stunning waterfalls. It is regarded as one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Mpumalanga and definitely an enchanting sight to see. Two of the falls lie next to each other and plunge into a deep pool which feeds the third. It’s a mesmerizing sight that draws a continuous flow of people everyday. Other attractions in Lydenburg include historic memorials, nature reserves and other splendid sights and even some marvelous hidden fishing spots.