Torburnlea Homestead, a graciously restored 100 year old family farmhouse, evokes a sense of timeless elegance and occasion. Thoughtfully curated space, a sense of tranquility and relaxed comfort encourages mindful reconnection, rest and regeneration. The historic South African home has been thoughtfully repurposed to provide luxury accommodation for discerning travellers and those seeking out an exclusive yet homely base to work from. Whether you are relaxing in deep arm chairs or preparing for your next business meeting on the spacious veranda, you will experience a sense of belonging in an environment that nurtures meaningfulness and slow living. Our guest house in Mbombela offers luxurious accommodation in Nelspruit and a great place to sleep en route to Sabi Sands and Kruger National Park. The house also offers overnights near Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, accommodation near Blyde River Canyon, a private event venue in Nelspruit, accommodation near Mozambique, and a great place to stay for business travellers in Mbombela.
As one of the oldest heritage homes found in the picturesque citrus producing Crocodile River valley, in the heart of the Kruger Lowveld Region, Torburnlea Homestead is located in the secure Mataffin Macadamia Lifestyle Village on the well known HL Hall and Sons farming estate in Nelspruit, Mbombela. With easy access from the N4 highway, the homestead is the perfect base from which to explore the Kruger National Park, Blyde River Canyon, Mozambique and many other areas of interest and scenic beauty. Within walking distance of the Mbombela Stadium, a 5 minute drive from Nelspruit’s shopping complexes, restaurants and town centre and 25 minutes from the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, Torburnlea Homestead is ideally located.
Stunning stunning place. Steeped in history. We have loved every second from beginning to end. Good atmosphere, service excellent, staff amazing, décor superb, food scrumptious – what a treat spent with special friends! We will be back!
A magic and wonderful house with friendly people, very professional and always attentive to the well-being of their guests. We enjoyed it very much and hope to have this pleasant experience again one day.
What a pity! We could only stay one night, and after the fabulous welcome from Stanford, a relaxing few hours, a delicious dinner with a great red wine from the cellar, a great and comfortable night sleep, a succulent breakfast, we have to go! What a pity! But rest assured that when we return to Africa, we will make a point to come back to this magnificent house, friendly and efficient staff.
Our first visit but hopefully not our last. The food, décor, the atmosphere was magical. The staff and the rooms were outstanding. We will return soon, thank you so much.