At the top of
Robber's Pass on the historic coach road to Pilgrim's
Rest, lies Crystal Springs Mountain Lodge. Cool &
fresh mountain air and a pristine nature reserve
teaming with birdlife and game.
tranquil gardens combine with exquisite natural
scenery to create a haven incorporating spectacular
cliffs and gorges, forests, sweeping views, murmuring
streams, plunging waterfalls and crystal clear pools.
Accommodation consists of
thatch Lodges with one, two or three bedrooms,
sleeping 2, 4 or 6 people. Main bedrooms have
en-suite bathrooms. Lodges are serviced daily and are
fully equipped for self-catering - complete with
microwave, stove and fridge. Each lodge has satellite
television and M-Net in the open-plan lounge/dining
area with cozy fireplace. All Lodges overlooks
sweeping Escarpment views from the wooden deck
(equipped with electric braai and patio furniture).
Towels and basic toiletries are also provided and
larger units have washing machines and tumble driers.
Club House Suites
(Bed & Breakfast, or Dinner, Bed & Breakfast)
There are 42 Clubhouse Suites - en-suite, hotel style
rooms close to the Clubhouse. These 2-sleeper rooms
have telephones, tea/coffee service, satellite
television and M-Net. All units are open-plan
with fireplaces, compact kitchenette (with
microwave, stove and fridge) and a patio. A
communal braai area is close by.
Facilities at the
Facilities include four swimming pools (two heated) in
delightful gardens, floodlit tennis courts, a squash
court, mini-golf and a games room with table tennis
and other indoor games. Children's playground, a
kiosk/shop, restaurant-cum-coffee shop and the Crystal
Adults looking for
tranquility and relaxation will find it at The
Clubhouse - strictly for over-16's. The complex houses
a health spa (indoor heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna, sun
deck, gym), a beauty salon and a TV lounge.
A 2,000 hectare nature reserve adjoins the resort - a
grassland paradise encompassing rolling hills, cliffs,
gorges, waterfalls and streams. The reserve is stocked
with wildebeest, giraffe, zebra, antelope, jackal and
leopard. Morning and evening game drives are offered.
There are also five self-guided walks within the
reserve and a trout dam to enthrall fly fishermen
(bring your own tackle). There's also a Boma - perfect
for dinners under the stars.
Rates: (12 Feb to 30 Nov 2015)
||Out of Season & Midweek
||School Holidays & Weekends
& Easter Periods
|Bed & Breakfast
|Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Rates are per person per
night (sharing). Children under 16 years old at
half price, and children under 2 stay for free. A minimum number of nights also
apply to weekends & peak periods.