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Diamond Rose Guest House is situated in Middelburg, Mpumalanga. It is close to the N4, only 30 minutes from Witbank / Emalahleni, an hour and a half from Johannesburg and Pretoria and two hours from Nelspruit, in the Cultural Heartland.

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  • Check in Monday to Sunday 14:00 to 20:00
  • Check out Monday to Sunday 10:00
  • Breakfast served from 6:30 to 8:30
  • Dinner from 18:00 to 19:30 evenings

Meal options:

  • Dinner- Plated 2 course meals with a soft drink and a bottled water R 220.00 pp
  • Lunch Pack – R 85pp
  • Standard Lunch packs - Meaty Wrap / Toasted sandwich / Salad and cold meat roll
    • A Juice
    • A Fruit
    • A Yoghurt
    • Packet of chips
    • Biscuits / muffin

deal stopover accommodation to Kruger National Park.

Background: The meaning of the name: Diamond, The word Diamond is derived from the Greek word “Adamas” meaning “unconquerable and indestructible “. Because of the way they are formed, diamonds are the hardest substance found on earth. They have a melting point of 3547 degrees centigrade and a boiling point of 4827 degrees centigrade. Rose, The old English word rose comes from the Latin word rosa, which in turn was derived from ancient Greek, Italian and Persian dialects. The flower was held in high regard in those regions. In Greek mythology, the rose was a symbol of deep love and sorrow. By combining the meaning of these two words the Guesthouse was named Diamond Rose a Guesthouse that says: “Like Home to me, the place to be”. Upon your stay with Diamond Rose, it will be our aim as a team to ensure your stay is enjoyable, welcoming, peaceful and time well spent in any capacity you might visit or stay with us. Diamond Rose has been owned by Hannes & Louise Grobler since 1 March 2018 and required upgrades and renovations have been done to improve the quality of every guests stay and the value for their money. Middelburg Middelburg was established as Nazareth, (root from dry land), in 1864 by the Voortrekkers on the banks of the Klein Olifants River. The name was changed in 1872 to Middelburg to mark its location between the Transvaal capital Pretoria, and the gold mining town of Lydenburg. A Dutch Reformed Church was built in 1890 and became a focal point in the area. The British built a large concentration camp in Middelburg during the Second Boer War. The Memorial Museum was built at the site next to the 1,381 graves of women and children that died in the concentration camp.

Ideal stopover accommodation to Kruger National Park.

Today Middelburg is considered as one of the fastest growing towns with a well-maintained infrastructure sustained by a stable economy, the economy is driven by large corporates, farming and retail to name a few. The Town’s Municipality has been awarded with a green audited and the service delivery is outstanding to Middelburg residents, business owners and visitors.