Dullstroom - Emnotweni as a popular tourist destination has many accommodation options for visitors to this beautiful town.
Accommodation options vary between guest houses, bed and breakfasts, hotels or self-catering units – each bringing their own style and uniqueness.
When in doubt always contact the local tourism office who will be more than happy to help with recommendations to suit your needs.
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Dullstroom, also known as Emnothweni, is a small town in Mpumalanga province, South Africa. The town lies 35 kilometres (22 miles) north of Belfast and some 53 kilometres (33 miles) south-west of Lydenburg.
The trout-fishing capital of South Africa and only two hours from Johannesburg, Dullstroom offers city dwellers the perfect weekend getaway. Founded by Dutch settler Wolterus Dull 120 years ago, the town has beautiful scenery, great bird life, delightful decor and antique shops and lots of local colour.
Don’t miss the pancake parlour in the middle of town or some of the more lively pubs and bars. There are one or two superb restaurants in the area and accommodation ranges from rustic to fabulous and five-star. And Dullstroom’s sweet shop is the finest in the country .
Along with Underberg, it is one of South Africa's premier flyfishing destinations. The town features the highest railway station in South Africa at 2,077 metres (6,814 feet) above sea level as well as at the foot of De Berg, the highest point in the province at 2,332 metres (7,651 feet). Its relatively cool and temperate climate has made Dullstroom the only place in South Africa where beech and elm trees grow.
Article Courtesy of Brand South Africa