About Leopards Rock Bush Boutique
Discover serenity, luxury, and privacy in the heart of the Waterberg and prepare to regenerate body and soul. This is the ideal accommodation, where nature meets luxury.
Nestled in the heart of the bushveld and overlooking a gorge, Leopards Rock Bush Boutique Apartments are located in an exclusive country estate just 15 minutes from Bela-Bela. Only three open plan, spacious apartments are set on a rocky incline with sweeping views over a majestic gorge. Enjoy this spectacular view from the comfort of your tastefully decorated apartment while the birdlife and peaceful surroundings soothe your stresses away while indulging from the beauty and tranquility to restore your energy.
Prepare to be blown away as you step into the stylish, ingeniously-designed self-catering units. Our décor provides an earthy and relaxed atmosphere inspired by nature. Awaken each morning to the chorus of abundant wildlife. This is where you restore your sanity and recharge your battery. Each uniquely distinct apartment offers its own stunning view. Invite yourself into the arms of nature when opening the big folding doors. Relax each afternoon in your own private solar-heated plunge pool and enjoy a sundowner as the stars appear in the night sky.
Leopards Rock is a 300-hectare country estate and has abundant wildlife in addition to numerous bird species, and home of a pair of black eagles. A peaceful area ideal for cycling and several walking trails offer the opportunity to enjoy the fresh air of the bushveld. Game is roaming freely such as impala, giraffe, kudu, nyala, sable, zebra, blue
wildebeest, red hartebeest, eland, blesbok, warthog, bush pig, leopard, lynx and home of a pair of black eagles.
The following are close by; Zipline at Thaba Monate; Bambelela Monkey Sanctuary; Mineral baths at Bela-Bela; and Thaba Kwena crocodile farm.
Check in: 14:00 - 19:00
Check out: 10:00
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling