Middelburg (MP) Accommodation
Middelburg is a medium-sized town in Mpumalanga, South Africa. It was established by immigrants as a large, industrial area. It maintains this identity to this day, although its tourism sector is growing, especially since it lies on one of the main routes to the Kruger National Park. Middelburg is great for a stop-over en route and it also has an appeal to business people visiting the town for work-related reasons.
When Middelburg was first established, it was largely populated by British and European immigrants. This was because the backbone of the town was the steel industry, which in turn fed other industries such as coal manufacturers and transportation. Post World War II, when the European economies were depressed, there was an influx of migrants to the town who saw opportunities for putting their industrial skills to work. Today there are two notable companies in operation, Columbus Steel and Thos Begbie. Furthermore, there are also a number of agricultural endeavours as well as the budding tourism industry.
Apart from the Kruger National Park nearby, there is the Loskop Dam Nature Reserve and the Botshabelo Nature Reserve, the latter provides views over the Botshabelo Mission Station. You can also pop into the Botshabelo Mission Station Museum and if you’re looking to learn about the local culture take a tour of the Ndebele Tourist Village.The centre of the town is marked by the Dutch Reformed Church, which provides an insight into the town’s early days. If nature is more up your alleyway, there are a number of pleasant hiking trails just outside of town. Alternatively, you could visit the Middelburg Dam.
The Middelburg Country Club welcomes visitors and offers a tennis court, golf course and swimming pools as well as a bar and restaurant. There are also numerous bars and restaurants in the town which are frequented by locals.
Middelburg is also rich in terms of accommodation, take your pick of hotels, self-catering establishments or guest-houses to make your business trip or Kruger Park holiday comfortable.
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Conveniently located just outside Middelburg, on the old Belfast road, we cater for weddings, functions and business meetings.
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Welcome to the grandest stately home of the Swanne Group situated in the picturesque town of Middelburg. With such a traditional name we had to conform to an elegant era backed by English traditions ... More Info
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We passionately cater for all your weddings, birthdays and events celebrations , hosting from 30 - 400 guests.
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Town and Country guest house offers comfortable accommodation in the heart of Middelburg.
Guest can take advantage of the DSTV television, heaters and tea-and-coffee making facilities which come st... More Info
Tudor Manor is ideally situated, close to the Middelburg CBD and 1½ hour's drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria and 2 hours drive from Nelspruit and Kruger National Park
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Located near Middelburg Mall, we offer our guests quality accommodation at very affordable rates.
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We invite you to make yourself at home in a beautiful cottage style house in a tranquil suburb in the country side of Middelburg Mpumalanga, South-Africa. Lobelia Guesthouse is 1½ h drive from OR Tamb... More Info
The 4 STAR graded Lamor Guest House is situated half way between Gauteng and the Lowveld in the tranquil town of Middelburg.
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Setilda's Bed and Breakfast is situated on the Highveld in Middelburg, Mpumalanga in the quiet neighbourhood of Gholfsig next to the Middelburg golf course. The house is located on a spacious 2000 squ... More Info
Situated in Middelburg, halfway between Pretoria and Lydenburg, on the Panorama Route. This is the gateway to the Kruger National Park, Swaziland and Mozambique.
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Middelburg (MP) Reviews
With all the mining activities taking place in the area, Middleburg's landscape is green and a breeze to visit. The people are friendly and hospitable.
- Thabo Mashegoane
Ons het altyd net deur Middelburg gery maar nooit geweet daar is so n oulike plek nie.Die rivier wat daar deurloop en die koppies rondom is pragtig.
- maureen kruger
Ons het Middelburg geniet. Baie Eet plekke en goeie kos asook skoon en netjiese dorp. Mense was gasvry en vriendelik.
- Koos & Marina Erasmus
Pleasantly clean, considering all the mining going on in that area.
- Tish Smit
I was exposed to a different area of Middelburg and was pleasantly surprised by how the city has developed over the past years. I was also impressed to see that the roadworks were conducted on a Sunday obviously to avoid traffic problems during the week - very considerate as it does not effect so may people over a weekend.
- Caroline WASCHEFORT