Memorable group holidays at Mountain Creek Lodge in Hazyview

Mountain Creek Lodge in Hazyview

Mountain Creek Lodge in Hazyview provides a place to enjoy the vast open spaces of the Mpumalanga countryside near the world-famous Kruger National Park as a family, corporate or group of friends.

If you are looking for social distancing-inspired vacations in the African bushveld, this should be on your list.

Besides excellent facilities, your hosts have also put in place various COVID-19 protocols to ensure your safety during your stay. Many of their previous guests had wonderful things to say about their stay at the lodge.

Accommodation at Mountain Creek Lodge

In terms of accommodation, there are two Main Lodges, four Chalets as well as a Cottage.

The first Main House is designed for families and groups and has four bedrooms with en -suite bathrooms in each one. It also comes with a full kitchen, two dining rooms, and a lounge with a fireplace as well as a TV area. In total, it can comfortably accommodate up to 12 people.

In the second Main House you will find three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It also comes with a full kitchen, lounge / tv room, dining room and a private boma/braai area and a patio with a built-in braai / fireplace. This unit can accommodate up to six people.

The Chalets can accommodate between two and four people with the option of two and one-bedroom units. Inside, you will find fully-equipped kitchenettes and en-suite bathrooms. All the Chalets come with their own private verandas with built-in braai’s.

Designed for up to four people, the Cottage comes with two bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms, a lounge and dining room area, a kitchen and a private veranda with braai facilities.

Standard amenities in all the units include air conditioning, clean linen, towels, basic toiletries – soap and shampoo as well as select DStv. All beds are single beds, but they can make available King-size beds on request due to limited availability.

Make an online booking HERE.

Facilities at Mountain Creek Lodge

Guest facilities include ample, secure parking for vehicles; an entertainment area where you can play darts, table tennis games or pool; a bar area; as well as a swimming pool and dam for those hot summer days.

Activities nearby

Mountain Creek Lodge is ideally located to place you within reach of most of what Hazyview and the greater Mpumalanga has to offer the holiday-maker. Attractions include beautiful waterfalls, zip line, quad-biking, absailing and rafting adventures.

For thrill and adventure seekers, the lodge is a short distance from the world-renowned Kruger National Park as well as other popular spots and activities.

Reviews from previous Mountain Creek Lodge guests

“What you have here is just magnificent, so, so beautiful. The room is gorgeous and spotlessly clean. The view and garden is just breath taking. Will definitely be back, but for a longer stay. Your staff are ever so friendly, accommodating and efficient, made us feel very welcome. I definitely give it 5 stars for excellence!” wrote cassmig21 on their TripAdvisor page.

DCermelli added; “Amazing long weekend with family at the doorstep of kruger national park. Everything you need is available at these marvellous cottages, kitchen, double beds bedrooms and ensuite. Shared playing room and pool.”

Mountain Creek Lodge is located along the R536 in Hazyview, Mpumalanga. Here is their location on Google Maps. For bookings, call +27 (0) 82 959 4643; email or visit them online at today.


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Expensive is not always better.  Our team at Home Food and Travel will tell you that they have camped in areas with limited ablutions and had a wonderful holiday.  They have also spent a night in a five star hotel only to be disappointed because their expectations exceeded the experience.

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