Child & pet friendly self-catering accommodation Wild Syringa is a unique, off grid, secluded private cottage with breathtaking views. The cottage has a double bed making it ideal for a couple that want to spend a few days to retreat from everyday life in a beautiful environment. An open fire place in the lounge for cold winter nights. The cottage is fully equipped and all linen and towels are provided. You will get to see the spectacular night skies and listening to the call of the jackals.
“We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the lovely cottage, being completely off grid and tucked away in the Magaliesberg mountains was a delight. Allan is a friendly attentive host and was helpful with anything we needed. Honestly a treat if you’re looking to spend time away from the city somewhere you can see the stars and enjoy the untouched nature. I highly recommend taking the hike and ending it off with a dip in the natural pool with the gorgeous views.”
Tastefully decorated in Baroque style, this French Provence designed home sits alongside a natural river. Perfect as a weekend retreat the house is situated in the heart of Magaliesburg; across the river is the Mount Grace Hotel.
“What a fantastic and relaxing experience. The house is big, spotlessly clean and very comfortable with everything you need to get by. I loved the presence of some animals, including the ostrich. The country retreat helps one connect with nature. Jyoti's place was one of the best Airbnb’s I have stayed in so far. Jyoti was an excellent, communicative and helpful host. Jyoti and her team made us feel at home away from home. She has a beautiful property in a quiet country environment yet not far from the city. A stay at Jyoti's place was one of the best experiences in my Airbnb stays.”
“I have stayed at many AirBnb's and this was by far my favorite. Louis was an absolute delight to deal with and the house was more than I expected. It was stylish, clean and the welcome treats were just the cherry on top! My friends, husband and I had the loveliest two days, the only thing we were sad about, was that our stay was so short. Thank you Louis.”