Welcome to Walkersons
The beautiful Walkersons Hotel & Spa has enchanted visitors to Dullstroom for more than twenty years. The stunning views of hills and well stocked trout dams, accommodation with all the modern comforts and fine country dining make Walkersons a charming and memorable destination.
The original owners created Walkersons with a Scottish country manor feel, with natural stone and wood and lots of interesting nooks and crannies.
Walkersons is a haven of serenity in Mpumalanga, with elegant dining rooms, a gorgeous terrace, the cosy Peggy’s Bar and lovely lawns leading to the hidden swimming pool. Its stylish, old world country atmosphere continues in the bedroom suites, with elegant décor, tastefully appointed bathrooms and large verandas to enjoy the glorious views.
Whether you want to be thoroughly pampered or prefer the independence of self-catering, Walkersons Hotel & Spa has an option to match your taste.
Grand Country Hotel
5 Star Luxury
Walkersons Hotel & Spa offers a charming accommodation choice of 27 suites, including a honeymoon suite. Each suite boasts elegant décor, tasteful bathrooms and large verandas.
Walkersons Hotel & Spa also offers guests a choice of six fully furnished, spacious self-catering cottages located within the 800 hectare estate, at varying distances from the main hotel. Each of these luxury cottages ensure a sense of seclusion and total tranquility.
The great outdoors at Walkersons Hotel & Spa offers numerous activities, with easy walks or more strenuous hiking trails, and the chance of seeing blesbok, zebra and duiker. There are mountain bikes available with paths and recommended routes to follow. Or try fly-fishing in Walkersons’ famous trout dams, with equipment available and friendly staff to show you the ropes.
For some pure indulgence, our Spa is a place of timeless peace and tranquility, with three treatment rooms and a steam room.
Dining at Walkersons Hotel & Spa is a treat and the options are aplenty. Chef Adri van Wieringen presents a 4-course dinner every evening in our fine country restaurant, the Flying Scotsman, and you can also request his memorable food and wine pairing dinners. The lighter Terrace Menu caters for families and children under 12 years, with its magnificent views. Picnic baskets packed with the chef’s delights and a chilled chardonnay can be enjoyed at the waterfall or a secluded spot amidst the rolling hills and breathtaking surrounds. High tea has long been a popular treat in Dullstroom, and day visitors are most welcome to pop in and enjoy our famous scones.
Award-winning Chaine Chef
Matched only be the scenic beauty which graces the estate, dining at Walkersons is a celebration of the senses and skilled chefs. The craft-exquisite dishes served up at this Dullstroom restaurant demand only the freshest ingredients, and are prepared by an experienced team led by award-winning Chaine Chef Adri van Wieringen.
A timeless place of peace and tranquility
The Walkersons Spa is a timeless place of peace and tranquility, offering guests the opportunity to indulge in a wide-range of treatments and procedures delivered by qualified, experienced therapists. The ultimate escape for pure self-indulgence, the Walkersons Spa is a feast for your soul and senses.
June 7, 2019
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From the bustling Dullstroom Winter Festival and unbeatable fly-fishing to the belly-warming meals and cosy fireplaces, there are many reasons to visit Dullstroom in winter.
May 21, 2019
Dullstroom Winter Festival 2019
The Dullstroom Winter Festival is back, and will take place from 21 – 23 June 2019. The format for this renowned event has been switched up quite significantly this year, and it is now called Dullstroom Winter Festival Unplugged. Artists will play at a number of venues around town on Friday night, and the main […]
May 16, 2019
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dullstroom
1. The name Dullstroom is derived from a Dutch Merchant called Wolterus Dull and the Crocodile River which flows nearby. “Stroom” is the Afrikaan word for stream. The town was originally named Dull’s-stroom, but this was later simplified to Dullstroom. It was also referred to as the ‘Place of Eternal Mist’ by the first Dutch […]