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Accommodation at Kedar Heritage Lodge, Conference Centre & Spa offers 66 African-themed, rustic, stone and thatch rooms comprising 12 Standard twin rooms and 33 Deluxe rooms, 3 Lake Side suites, 15 Super Deluxe rooms with outdoor showers in enclosed gardens, a Royal Suite with outdoor shower, plunge pool and fireplace and a Presidential Suite with plunge pool, fireplace and gazebo.
All the rooms are decorated with vibrant, hand painted ethnic print fabrics and African artwork – a true reflection of the treasures of Africa. All rooms have a radio, TV and tea & coffee-making facilities.
We consider the resort to be a sanctuary from the hectic pace of modern day living.
Conference facilities at Kedar include:
- Boekenhoutfontein (150 Cinema);
- Kukama 1 (36);
- Kukama 2 (24);
- Lord Roberts Boardroom (10);
- Summer House (50);
- Molotlegi (30);
- Campaign House (150).
Kedar provides secure African style settings for conferences, weddings and private or corporate functions. The facilities have African features and open-air areas for traditional African buffets and braais.
Paying tribute to South African history, the 120 seater restaurant is decorated with portraits and weaponry from the Anglo-Boer war period. The Armoury Restaurant offers guests the perfect setting to enjoy traditional South African fare.
Reservations are essential.
Tel: +27 (0)14 573 3218
Fax: +27 (0)14 573 3377
With its unique entrance set amongst large indigenous trees with a central fire and a traditional outdoor cooking area, offering a uniquely African ambience for relaxed informal buffets and braais, or more formal functions, around a central fire. This outdoor venue, seating 300 people, offers an uniquely African ambience for your buffets and braais. This venue has proved to be most popular for informal parties and weddings. Open by arrangement only or special occasions.
Offers light lunches, refreshments and drinks with an outdoor seating area. The Heroes Bar, which means “drinking place”, provides a full range of local and imported beverages, cocktails and South African wines, as well as a pub lunch menu. There is big screen TV in the bar for sports enthusiasts.
The Victorian style house Paul Kruger built for his family during the late 1800s now houses the 1872 Restaurant. It caters for 80 people and offers an excellent venue for those special functions. Open by arrangement only.
Paul Kruger Country House Museum
It is often forgotten that, before becoming President of the old Suid-Afrikaanse Republiek, Paul Kruger was a successful farmer who owned and worked several farms in the Rustenburg district. On one of these – Boekenhoutfontein – stands the Paul Kruger Country House Museum which encompasses a collection of unique historic buildings, offering a fascinating insight into Kruger’s life and a time when South Africa was locked in a struggle for sovereignty with the British Empire. Declared a national monument in 1936, and preserved by the Simon van der Stel Foundation since 1971, it is now administered by Kedar Heritage Lodge, Conference Centre & Spa and has been restored to its former glory.
Spa in the Country
Conceived and designed as a truly African sanctuary, Spa in the Country uses indigenous African herbs, flowers and spices in all our treatments. These range from anti-stress massage, aromatherapy and reflexology, to advanced biological skin care and water treatments. Our fully-qualified and experienced therapists have been trained to combine ancient African beauty and health therapies with conventional treatments, resulting in a unique approach to body and skin care.