About Tussen-I-Bome Oxwagon Resort
Tussen-I-Bome Guest Farm is a quaint resort and venue, nestled in the malaria free Bobbejaansberg Mountains a mere 30 minutes, or 26 km from Montana, Pretoria on the KwaMahlango /Moloto road. A unique venue for Weddings, Conferences, Year-end functions, Birthday parties, Family re-unions and Bachelors parties.
We specialize in all types of functions . The rustic Bushveld surroundings and ox-wagon theme of the venue strive to provide a relaxing outdoor experience to individuals, wedding guests and corporate clients. Our guests can experience unspoiled nature to relax and refresh their mind and spirit.
Situated on a Bushveld farm, our venues and accommodation are nestled among an indigenous canopy of trees – hence, the name ‘Tussen-I-Bome’ from the Afrikaans meaning “Amongst the trees”. There are two swimming pools, one, a rock pool, on the slope of a hill with a balcony overlooking the valley. This is the ideal spot to enjoy a sun downer. The other pool close to the Big Tent and Wagon Tent venue and bar area, lends itself to real summer fun.
Impalas, Zebra and an abundance of bird life offer you the unspoiled tranquility of nature, leaving you free to explore the area at leisure. There are some hiking trials for the more adventurists and a short mountain bike track on the property.
Wedding Venues: Tussen-I-Bome offers a rustic and unique venue for a wedding and can cater for up to 120 people. The Wagon Tent Venue is at the foot of a hill, built in the style of a big ox-wagon. It is often turned into a chapel for wedding ceremonies.
Conference Venues: The function venue is perfect for any conferences, meetings and team building events. A Wi-Fi Internet connection is available on request. The Big Tent Venue is a short distance away and is ideally suited for wedding receptions and big conferences.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling