Reservations - Kedar Heritage Lodge
What we offer
- Spa in the Country
- Bird Watching
Kedar Heritage Lodge, Conference Centre & Spa
Kedar Lodge offers visitors and conference delegates the perfect escape from the hectic pace of modern living. Situated in the North West Province; just 21km from Sun City, Kedar is built on a portion of Boekenhoutfontein, the historic farm that once belonged to President Paul Kruger.
Enjoy a real, ‘Out of Africa’ experience
The land around Kedar has been game fenced and is populated with a wide variety of game, including eland, blesbok, impala, bushbuck, nyala, kudu, zebra, blue wildebeest, giraffe and sable – making it a dream destination for nature lovers!
Kedar is also the ideal venue for functions, weddings and conferences, and can cater for up to 100 guests. Accommodation is offered in 66 African-themed stone and thatched rooms and suites, all of which are decorated with vibrant, hand-painted ethnic print fabrics and African artworks – reflecting Africa’s treasures
Facilities include the renowned Paul Kruger Country House Museum, Kedar Spa in the Country, themed restaurants, a large swimming pool and private game drives
Kedar is where nature and history meet
Host your next conference at Kedar Heritage Lodge!
Ideally positioned, just one and a half hour’s drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria, and only 20 minutes from Sun City and the Pilanesburg Game Reserve, Kedar Heritage Lodge is the perfect retreat for conference delegates seeking peaceful surroundings, comfortable accommodation and friendly, personal service.
Whether you plan to hold a business seminar, corporate conference, teambuilding event, company lunch, training workshop or executive planning session, let us ensure your next conference is a memorable one. Kedar offers a number of versatile conference and events venues and our superior catering, impressive equipment and expert event planning will ensure your conference run like clockwork
Paul Kruger Country House Museum
Step back in time at the Paul Kruger Country House Museum
Most of us know Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger, affectionately known as ‘Oom Paul’, as State President of the old Zuid-Afrikaanse Republiek. What you may not know, however, is that before he gained international renown as the face of Boer resistance against the British during the South African War (1899 – 1902), he was a successful farmer who owned and worked several farms in the Rustenburg district.
One of these farms was Boekenhoutfontein, whose buildings were devastated by the British during the Boer War. The farm passed to Kruger’s decendents following his death in 1904 and was declared a national monument in 1971. The property was acquired by the Recreation Africa Group some 30 years ago and has since been restored to its former glory. It is now home to the Kedar Heritage Lodge, Conference Centre & Spa and the Paul Kruger Country House Museum.
About the Museum
The property encompasses a collection of unique historic buildings and offers a fascinating insight into Kruger's life at a time when South Africa was locked in a struggle for sovereignty with the British Empire. Monuments to the fighting men of the Anglo Boer War created by renowned South African artist Adam Madebe, pay tribute to our great history and are a must-see during your visit
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