Barberton Manor Guest House, built in 1927 after a Sir Herbert Baker design, is a National Heritage Site, still in its original state, but offers modern day comfort.
This Mpumalanga guest house is situated close to Swaziland, Kruger National Park, (KMIA) Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport and Nelspruit.
Barberton, a small town nestled in the Makwonja Mountains in Mpumalanga has a rich history: in the 1880's gold was found at Eureka City which turned this small settlement into a booming town.
It is a place of geological interest: 3.5 billion years ago the earliest life forms on earth lived in this area. The fossils can be found in the rocks around Barberton and attract many scientists from all over the planet every year.
Barberton, being the undiscovered gem of the Lowveld; 'the Wild Frontier', offers many attractions: hiking trails, scenic drives, visiting a gold mine, the Heritage Walk (starting at the museum) to name a few.
If you are into birding, this Mpumalanga guest house can provide you with a bird watcher's venue, boasting more than 250 species.