‘Klitzgras’ resort, Mpumalanga

At the entrance of the town of Lydenburg, lies an idyllic resort called “Klitzgras”.  The word “Klitzgras” is a common tongue name for a wild grass that grows in the region. A family enterprise that needed cozy chalet’s and guestrooms that would meet the approval of their patrons, who travel far and wide, to see the splendours of the province.

Many photographers in the area use the resort as a go-to place for their photography.

This bush-veld gem is the ideal home from home.

HÄEFELE COST CONSULTANTS is delighted to have been involved with this project!


Resort development consisting of Main house, 2x smaller houses, workshop, office, heated indoor pool, 3x 6 sleeper back packer chalets, 4x 4 sleeper wood cabins, 3x 2 sleeper chalets, one honeymoon chalet, wedding chapel and 3 recreational dams for fishing and small boat rides..

Large entertainment area with fire pit, Lapa and Boma and ample timber decks to enjoy fishing and sunbathing.

The majority of the development had been constructed with ‘koppies klip’ natural stone found on the property. Roofs had been thatched using grass which also came from the property.