We stayed for 3 nights in June when the daytime temperatures were in the 20s and almost freezing at night.
We stayed in the family room with 3 single beds and a newly refitted bathroom with a large walk-in shower. The room comes with its own terrace with views over the town and gorge beyond. There is a communal lounge downstairs with a flat screen TV which has access to an extensive number of satellite channels.
The experience was very welcoming with Chris being the ideal host. We had many conversations about photography and even watched a bit of the ICC Trophy together. Chris cooked the breakfasts to order and we were not disappointed.
On Chris's recommendation we ate at the Wild Fig Tree restaurant which was really good and comes highly recommended.
We liked Sabie as a town and walked the kilometre from the Wayfarers a couple of times in search of coffee and shopping. We drove the route at night not because of safety but rather because the way is badly lit and there are many potholes to catch the unwary.
The only downside of the Wayfarers is that it is not designed for the cold. We managed ok at night with extra layers on the bed and hot water bottle so not really a problem.
We spent a really good 3 days at the Wayfarer and managed full days of sight-seeing with Chris's recommendations. Thank you.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking