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Barberton is set in very old country, and well worn to boot. The hills were scuffed threadbare by treasure hunters centuries ago. Even before the glint of gold there was the allure of red ochre, and a... More Info
Situated at the slopes of the Makhonjwa Mountians, overlooking the town of Barberton and the De Kaap valley, this 1890 built Victorian Style house with its spacious veranda provides the perfect opport... More Info
This Charming Guesthouse and fully licensed pub is set in a tranquil garden setting. The Gold Nugget Guesthouse has become known for its friendly service and hospitality.
All our rooms are en-suit... More Info
Old Coach Road is situated 9kms from Barberton on the R38 Kaapmuiden road.
Set on 13 acres of land within the Barberton Mountainlands, it is ideal for that quiet weekend break away. Close to Kruger P... More Info
Barberton Manor Guest House - 'the Gem of Barberton' - built in 1927 after a Sir Herbert Baker design - is a National Heritage and still in it's original state (Birma teak doors, Oregon Pine floors), ... More Info
Nestled at the foot of the breathtaking Mkonjwa Mountain Range in the quaint mining town of Barberton, you'll find Fountain Baths Guesthouse. Built in 1884 as a bathhouse for gold diggers in the area,... More Info
Situated in a tranquil area on a large stand with an indigenous garden. Original house built in 1907 in Cape Dutch Style.
Palisade with motorised gate surrounds the property making it comple... More Info
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The "Chill Inn" dates back to "The Gold Rush Era", this newly renovated Inn is true to its name " Chill Inn " were one will feel welcome and at home in its secluded and homely sitting. prepare a meal ... More Info
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Geotrail is interesting.....the museum and heritage walk as well.....although driving Is a better option......
- H.A Bresler
Nice historic town
- Gerhard Badenhorst
An interesting place to visit with a number of places to see
- Robyn Hughes
Baberton is a lovely heritage town. We played golf on the Saturday and enjoyed the variety of birds.We did the heritage route and it was amazing. A really pleasant little town to visit with lots to see and do for a weekend away
- Erna Pretorius
We found Barberton to be a very beautiful and interesting historical town and we both said it should be promoted more for tourists. There is so much to offer as far as hikes, bike rides, birding, the geographical sites on the drive to the Swaziland border and the awesome views and so much more! It should no longer be kept hidden from the world! There is so much potential and bringing tourists to the town will help develop the town and benefit all the local people. It has to be a place for all to explore and visit. Put it on the map!
- Lynne Addison