Welcome to Forest View Cabins
DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS!!!
15% MIDWEEK discount
- 3 night minimum stay
- valid Sunday - Thursday nights until 9th Dec 2021
(excludes public holidays and long weekends)
10% GROUP discount
- 2 night minimum stay
- valid until 5th August 2021
- min 12 adults, max 16 people (only if all 4 cabins are booked)
10% WINTER discount
- valid 2nd May to 5th August 2021
- 2 night min stay
TIME SPENT IN NATURE, IS NEVER A WASTE OF TIME!
Experience the luxury of peace and quiet!
Situated 14km outside the rural town of Tzaneen, overlooking the majestic Wolkberg Mountains and surrounding forests, there you will find Forest View Cabins. Cosy, elegant self catering cabins with picture perfect views.
Forest View Cabins is perfectly situated for guests to explore the surrounding areas which offer a multitude of diverse things to see and do. Forest View Cabins is the ideal choice for a romantic getaway or family re-union. We offer peaceful, self catering accommodation – no traffic, no television and minimal disturbances make us your ultimate escape!
We offer 5 stylishly decorated cabins, fully-equipped for your self-catering stay. Three cabins have two bedrooms and a big double sleeper couch in the lounge, comfortably sleeping six people. Two cabins are open-plan, with a king size bed OR 2 x single beds. Each cabin also has a covered deck. ALL 5 cabins have their own spectacular view.
Reconnect with family and friends at Forest View Cabins! An open lapa/boma area is available for small functions (self-catering) for groups booking all 5 cabins.
Please take note, we are in a forested area and occasionally timber is harvested from the nearby plantations and may be noisy during work hours.
Forest View Cabins can only be accessed via a 3.5km dirt road. The road is generally passable in a normal sedan.
For your safety and peace of mind, Forest View Cabins is surrounded by an electrified fence as well as CCTV ... so you can relax and unwind.
We look forward in welcoming you to Forest View Cabins.
Prefer a bushveld break instead of the mountains?