Positioned to the side of the 7th fairway

The luxury thatched guest house is cleverly positioned to the side of the 7th fairway, blending into its surroundings allowing its occupants to feel at peace as part of nature. There is abundant birdlife, free roaming Impala, warthog, giraffe and other animals all around.

For your convenience a daily cleaning service is provided at no additional cost. There is no need to fuss over cleaning the braai (barbeque) yourself either as it will be cleaned for you as part of the daily service.

Impala roam the golf course and can usually be seen grazing around the house, while families of monkeys play in the trees. Kokobela really is the perfect place to relax, day or night. Click here for prices and availability or here to see the facilities Hans Merensky resort has to offer.


4 spacious air-conditioned, on-suite bedrooms.

The house sleeps up to 8 adults. There are 4 spacious air-conditioned, on-suite bedrooms. All with king size beds and double wardrobes. There are 4 additional single bed mattresses if needed for children. Linen and towels provided.

3 of the 4 bedrooms walk out onto a wooden deck which stretches along the entire west side of the house, overlooking a natural forest / bush (as called in South Africa). This is the perfect place to enjoy a quite early morning cup of coffee or a late afternoon sundowner with your friends or family. The 4th bedroom walks out to the fountain in the garden courtyard where you will find a bench under a tree, the ideal spot for reading.

Set in the award winning 4 Star Hans Merensky Golf Resort

Our privately owned self catering guest house is set in the award winning 4 Star Hans Merensky Golf Resort bordering on the Kruger National Park – Phalaborwa, South Africa. Here you are offered an opportunity to play golf in the wild, go on safari, swim in your private pool under the African trees or relax on your patio while you watch animals go by.

Located at the centre of the tourism region called the Valley of the Olifants, Phalaborwa is an ideal base from which to explore the scenic delights of surrounding attractions like the realm of the Rain Queen at Modjadji village, the world’s biggest baobab and the misty mountains of Magoebaskloof.

Enjoy horse riding safaris, game drives in the Kruger National Park, teeing off at the world renowned Hans Merensky golf course, river safaris, micro light flights and exhilarating skydiving  to name a few.
Famous attractions include the visits to the Blyde River Canyon, the wildlife rehabilitation centres and the Elephant Museum.
See here for a list of things to see and do in the area.