Top Sabie Accommodation!

A warm welcome awaits you at Wayfarers Guest House, and we wish all our Guests, Staff,Service Suppliers, Colleagues and Friends and Family, a very successful Year 2018. We have plenty of Rooms available for the ensuing months. Please do not hesitate to contact Merle or Chris directly for a Quote!
Centrally situated in a  peaceful part of Sabie, opposite the Sabie Gorge, and far from the noisy Logging Routes, but just 900 metres or 10 minutes walk from the many fine restaurants and a variety of shops, Wayfarers is the ideal location from which to explore the Panorama route, The Blyde River Canyon, the world famous KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, and the myriad  other areas of great natural beauty.
Wayfarers comprises  six spacious en-suite bedrooms, some with their own deck, a breakfast room, guest lounge and a quiet and relaxing garden, usually teeming with Birdlife. For a great view of our facilities, take the “Virtual Tour” which is part of our Web Site! Secure Parking is provided in our very large Car park, at the rear of the property, for motor vehicles, Rally cars and support vehicles, trailers and motor bikes. There are three Car ports available on a first come basis.

There is  free WI FI throughout the Guest House.

Get a Virtual Tour of Wayfarers Here!

Read what our guest have to say!

When we return to Sabie would definitely stay at Wayfarers again
Valerie -South Africa -31 Dec 2017 

Hosts were great! They seem to be very artistic in choosing everything in the place. They guided us well on the places to visit near Sabie. Breakfast was also very good. Giridharan – India – January 21, 2018 

Great value for money, and well worth going there again! The breakfasts were superb, beds incredibly comfortable, the whole experience was thoroughly enjoyable.
Liesl – South Africa – August 29, 2017

Dit was baie lekker en gerieflik. Lieflike plekkie in die hart van Sabie. Gasheer en Gasvrou was awesome en maak seker dat jy gemaklik is. En natuurlik is die ontbyt voortreflik
Francois – South Africa – January, 2018

Wat ‘n fantastiese gastehuis. Klientediens is prioriteit nommer een! Sjoe wonderlik, Chris en Merle is fantastiese gashere. Ons dogter, 8 jaar oud, het die honde op die perseel verskriklik baie geniet en hulle is so goed gemanierd!
Tillie – South Africa – October, 2016

Home Sweet Home! Not a Hotel but a Homelike Guest House!

Thanks to Chris and Merle I’ve chosen this lovely place several times now and will make it home again on my next visit to the panoramic route at Mpumalanga. You can sense the English style in every detail in that Guest house and enjoy the marvelous breakfast in the morning! Freshly prepared and cooked to your liking. Anything you want to find out in the surrounding? Just rely on the experience of them. Thanks again for everything!
Thomas S, Munich- January, 2018

Definitely THE place to stay in wonderful Sabie!

Run by Chris and Merle, this home away from home might even feel more home than your real home! The lovely house, with the well maintained garden where flowers bloom (and with a view of the rolling hills behind) is decorated with fantastic Wild life photographs, taken by Chris himself. The lounge area has comfortable couches, plenty of games and an impressive Library with interesting Books about Wildlife, History, Photography, and many more. The breakfast is varied between the full English breakfast or the continental one with plenty of cheese to choose from, as well as yoghurts, fresh fruits, cereals, jams etc. The rooms are spacious and homey too with well equipped bathrooms to freshen up after your day in Kruger, the Blyde River Canyon, the old mining village of Pilgrimsrest (sic) or whatever the activity? The beautiful area of Sabie and the hospitality of Chris and Merle really tempted us to stay way more than our 5 days that were planned for as all the tips from Chris, about what to do in the area turned out to be truly awesome! Thank you Chris and Merle for this wonderful stay, you are doing a tremendous job! We really hope to be back soon!
Claire – France December, 2017