Kings Walden Guesthouse

Kings Walden Garden Manor
Beautiful mountain views and a romantic garden provide a charming backdrop for six luxury rooms at Kings Walden Garden Manor. Rooms that are made for romance and relaxation. Stretch out on extra-length, king size beds, relax in front of the fire with fine wine, good music and great company.  Our décor is inspired by clean, elegant lines with modern European undertones - warm and earthy, velvet and leather, cream and black - and our bathrooms are spacious and sexy.
The ideal 2-night stopover between Johannesburg and the wild bush.

Each room here leads out onto the gardens, where there is a large swimming pool and lawns, and paths leading to shaded secret spots where you can escape with a book or a lover. As the sun slips down the sky, enjoy a glass of wine on the porch overlooking the mountains, or linger over a drink in our stylish lounge. 

Our restaurant offers playful contemporary cuisine with a Mediterranean influence.

Many guests prefer to venture no further than their private lounge with its own fine fireplace where crackling logs enliven mysterious misty mornings.

Additional services & facilities include room service, hairdryer, safe and internet connection (in office), braai area, access to gardens (picnics can be ordered), extravagantly large swimming pool, hiking and birding on premises.


  • Local attractions include scenic mountain drives, hiking trails, waterfalls, boating and fishing on several dams, the annual cherry blossom festival at Haenertsburg and a rich agricultural environment of avocados, bananas, citrus, macadamias, tea and timber.
  • Sporting facilities in the area include golf, tennis, squash, bowls and horse riding.
  • The Phalaborwa entrance to the Kruger National Park is an hour's drive away.
  • And you can visit the Agatha Spa at the nearby Coach House Hotel for Vichy showers and mud-wraps, full body massages, manicures, pedicures and facials.

Places of interest in the area:

  • The Modjadji Cycad Reserve
  • The Wolkberg Wilderness Area
  • Woodbush Mountain Drive
  • Tzaneen Museum
  • Kaross Workers Embroidery Project