Post Office Inn - Graskop

Neat, luxury self-contained house with 4 independent en suit rooms, one of which has four singles and leads to the master room which makes it an ideal family room, The remaining rooms are doubles and are completely private and are also en suit. There are additional toilets in the lounge area with TV, fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen. The Large veranda has a braai area over looking the outskirts of Graskop. The house is serviced daily and all linen and towels are provided.

The town of Graskop is perched on a spur of the Mauchsberg at an altitude of 1493 metres and dates way back to 1837, when Andries Potgieter passed through with the Great Trek in search of greener pastures in the north. In his memoirs, he mentions leaving the womenfolk in the area now known as Graskop, which means grassy peak, while he went down the escarpment in search of a route to Delagoa Bay, now Maputo.In the 1850's, the Graskop area was a farm owned by Abel Erasmus, an adventurous character involved in hunting, prospecting and imposing law and order in the area. He was known among the local tribesman as Dubala Duzi ' He who shoots at close range'. Graskop is also famous for Jock of the Bushveld which dates between 1885 and 1887. Paradise berg is where Sir Percy Fitzpatrick established his paradise camp, and two chapters in his book, namely' Paradise camp and the Leopard' and 'The Baboons' are set in this area.


Tel (013) 767 1377