Welcome to Silvermist Guesthouse
Silvermist Guesthouse is situated high up in the mountains overlooking the small town of Modjadjiskloof, formerly known as Duiwelskloof.
It has a picturesque view of the ravine and mountains that form part of the legendary "Valley of the Silver Mist". The well-known Magoebaskloof region forms a part of this valley. Its spectacular beauty, natural forests and waterfalls makes it a popular tourist destination. Guests have access to a great variety of tourist's attractions in four different valleys within a half an hour's drive from the guest house.
This includes one of the largest Baobab trees in South Africa that houses a small pub in its trunk. There is also a quad bike off-road track at the Baobab tree.
The Kruger National Park's Phalaborwa gate is only about a 140 kilometres away. Sports lovers have access to an 18-hole golf course only 7 kilometres away at the Tzaneen Country Club.
Close to Modjadjikloof is the unique Modjadji Cycad Reserve, it is named after the successive rain-making queens who have inhabited the area since the 16th century, guarding the ancient cycads. This 305-hectare reserve features the world's largest concentration of a single-species cycad, also known as the Modjadji palm.
Silvermist Guesthouse is only a 20 kilometre drive away from the large town of Tzaneen where any shopping, medical or transport needs can be met.