Built in 1908, and beautifully set in the dense bush, the stunning manor is a historic piece of art. The area is full of settler history, and the quaint country house offers luxury and comfort. Guests will feel as if they are stepping into yesteryear the minute they walk into Leeuwenbosch. The historic atmosphere of the manor is provided by the antiques and old framed photographs.
Next to the historic colonial country house is the ultra lavish Shearers Lodge, which was once a sheep shearing shed. The accommodation is intimate and private, and has a honeymoon suite, making it the perfect romantic destination.
Leeuwenbosch Country House is also a wedding venue with a stone chapel and the beautiful bush creating the perfect backdrop for your special day.
Accommodation at Leeuwenbosch is set in an historic Country House. Built in 1908, it offers four spacious en-suite bedrooms and is layered with a collection of historical images, documents and furniture dating back to the 1800s.
Savour a quiet moment in the indistinct stillness of the 19th-century stone chapel. Enjoy high tea in the shade of the verandah. Sit late into the night in the convivial stone-walled cellar bar. Cool off from the summer heat in the swimming pool set in the lush gardens. This wonderful homestead has been in the Fowlds family for five generations, and the family takes great pleasure in sharing its remarkable Southern African family heritage with you.
Like most of the accommodation in Amakhala, Leeuwenbosch Country House offers excellent safari activities. Activities offered by Leeuwenbosch Country House include game drives, bush walks, river walks and numerous game spotting excursions. Trained guides, who know the area like the back of their hands, conduct the game drives. The game drives are the perfect way to explore the bushland and discover all the animals lurking in the dense vegetation. The Big 5, as well as zebra, giraffe and numerous antelope and buck are just some of the animals that can be spotted. A plethora of birdlife also calls Amakhala home and guests can discover them on canoe trips down the river.