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Historic, Family Accommodation in Dullstroom, Mpumalanga

Jock's Cottage and Joe's Place offer 4-star* accommodation in Dullstroom, South Africa’s premier fly fishing and trout fishing destination.

Our luxurious, self-catering cottages are situated on our historic family farm, directly adjacent to the Dullstroom trout dams, and surrounded by the practically untouched scenic backdrop of the Mpumalanga province.

* Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.

Jock’s Cottages and the History of Dullstroom:

In 1889, the town of Dullstroom was founded on this very farm, known then as Grootsuikerbochkop.

The farm was owned by the family of J.H.H. Janson, the Administrator of the Nederduits Hervormde Church. His son, P.J.S. Janson, who was born in 1919, became a dedicated farmer after WWII, and passed on the land’s rich cultural heritage to his daughter, J.H. Janson, after his death.

The farm has since been converted into 2 outstanding accommodation venues, offering modern, self-catering facilities and a range of relaxing activities for all ages.

Your Hosts in Dullstroom: 

Your hosts, Hanlie, and her husband, Jan Bette, have turned the original Grootsuikerbochkop buildings into a modern haven for fishing enthusiasts, travelers and nature lovers.

From renting fishing equipment to finding the best homemade milk tart in Dullstroom, Hanlie and Jan are available to answer any questions you may have about the area and assist you with all of your accommodation needs.

Dullstroom Accommodation for Every Situation:

Whatever your accommodation needs while in Dullstroom, Jock’s Cottages has a solution that will suit you.

Jock’s Cottage is a double story cottage offering accommodation for up to six people.

Joe's Place, originally a dairy shed, has been converted into four self-catering units, each sleeping up to two people, and linked by a common veranda looking out onto an unforgettable view of Dullstroom and the surrounding Mpumalanga mountains.

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