Accommodation in Mashishing (Lydenburg)

Founded in a valley between two majestic strings of mountains by a group of Voortrekkers in 1849, Lydenburg (place of suffering) or Mashishing (place of long grass) was established as a municipality in 1927. At the foot of the magnificent Long Tom Pass, the town has emerged from an agricultural past into an exciting and vibrant agro-tourism one, brimming with history and has recently expanded exponentially with large discoveries of wealth-creating platinum. The sky’s the limit!

Establishments Available in Mashishing (Lydenburg)

Aqua Terra Guest House

Aqua Terra Guest House

Aqua Terra means 'water and earth' in Latin, this is clearly portrayed as the Sterkspruit River flows along the

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Lodge Laske Nakke

Lodge Laske Nakke

Lodge Laske Nakke is situated just outside of Lydenburg, Mpumalanga, on a 27-hectare property with easy access from the

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