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Historical Coach House offers unmatched pleasure today

The Coach House Hotel And Spa located in the expansive wilderness south of
the medium size city of Tzaneen in Limpopo is famously known for being a
wedding venue. The reason is not hard to find: the serene natural setting
marked by green forests and magnificent mountain provide the ideal
backdrop to the beginning of a major step in anyone’s life.
However, the Coach House Hotel And Spa also provides a peaceful getaway
for couples who are already married and those who are still, perhaps,
still sussing each other out for future prospect. The hotel can be used
for accommodation for traveling business people visiting Tzaneen and seek
an alternative base away from the town.
But as for the weddings, the bride-to-be is spoilt for choice about the
kind of setting she wishes for her biggest day as there are several venues
on the property. These include the open air garden gazebo or the indoors
The Drakensberg Tree hall. The latter can also be an option for receptions
after the wedding ceremony, alongside the Old Workshop and Fallen Tree.
The venues above are also usable for conferencing and they all boast all
modern facilities and services to help groups to host successful meetings
of any type.
However, the rooms are the crowning glory of any hotel and the Coach House
is no slouch when coming to laying out the best in accommodation. Guests
can choose from suitably comfortable standard rooms to high end suites.
The standard rooms have double bed, shower, bath, air-conditioning,
minibar, DSTV channels and beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.
All room types are no-smoking zones; smoking is allowed in designated
areas.
Other room amenities and services include hairdryer, room service, laundry
service, bath robes.
There are fireplaces in deluxe rooms and suites only.
The delux rooms have double or twin beds options. The suites at Coach
House are simply a luxurious home away from home.
Away from conference needs, individual guests also have access to business
and communications services, such as photocopying and fax. Free wireless
Internet is available throughout all the common and public areas.
A hotel experience cannot be complete without dining, and so elegant is
the Coach House dining that it also attracts day visitors. Mouthwatering
menus, fine wines and an irresistible ambiance are the hallmark of dining
at this sophisticated hotel in the forest.
The main dining place is the Zeederberg Restaurant, while light meals and
snacks can be had at the John Buchan Pub. The historical pub, adorned by
memorablia that adds to the hotel’s heritage, was named after one of the
area’s most famous residents, Sir John Buchan. He was the founding
Governor of Canada.
There are many attractions around the Coach House guests can visit on day
trips. These include the Modjadji Cycad Forest, named after Rain Queen
Modjadji. The cycads there are some of the oldest species in the world!
Other attractions include the Tzaneen Museum, which also aknowledges the
history and heritage of the local North Sotho and Tsonga through
hand-made weaponry, tools, sacred drums, basketry, pottery, beadwork and
other products and implements. There are also several nature reserves
around, all with their own unique attractions, these include the Hans
Merensky Nature Reserve.
The Coach House Hotel and Spa is the place to be, no matter the occasion.
The Spa has indoor heated pool, sauna, steam room, which makes it the perfect place to unwind.
Call 015-306 8000 for further info.






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