Greystone Lodge FENCED PET-FRIENDLY, SELF-CATERING CHALETS NEAR DULLSTROOM

Directions to Greystone Lodge

Please READ the directions through before deciding to follow your GPS.

Travel along the N4 towards Nelspruit/ Machadodorp.

Turn LEFT off the highway at the R33 turnoff to Belfast/Dullstroom/Carolina. 

Turn left to Dullstroom/Belfast (Emakhazeni).

Travel through Belfast and then turn right onto the R540 (Everest Funerals on your left).

Keep driving past Winnaarspoort, Groenvlei and Elandsfontein turnoffs.

Note: There are two options now:  

OPTION 1 – Elandsfontein does reach the lodge, is 16km shorter, but is more rugged than Option 2 and can be very muddy during rainy season.  We recommend high-clearance vehicles for this option.

Turn RIGHT onto Elandsfontein Road (gravel road) and keep straight on for 13km, cross straight over the Stop Street.  We are just over 1km down the road.

OPTION 2 – Keep straight on the R540 past Elandsfontein turnoff.  The next turn right is about 16km, you will see an Eskom substation on your right and a Dentist sign. 

Turn RIGHT here.

This is the Machadodorp Road but there is no sign, it was stolen.

The road has a lot of potholes so please drive carefully. Recommended speed 40km/h. Please keep to your left around corners.

Keep straight on this gravel road for about 12km.  

You will come to an intersection and will see a large sign for Greystone Lodge in front of you.

Turn left here and travel for 1.5km.

Our gate is on the right hand side.

Please call us if you have any trouble on the gravel road – 072 149 8261

Travel on the N4 and travel via Schoemanskloof towards Machadodorp.

Pass by Bambi and then continue to Kingfisher Trout Lodge.

Carry on past Machado Toll Plaza (R100 fee) and Machadodorp.

Carry on past Milly’s until you get to R33 Belfast/Carolina/Dullstroom turnoff.

Turn left here and go round the bend. (Engen is the landmark).

Turn left to Dullstroom/Belfast (Emakhazeni).

Travel through Belfast and then turn right onto the R540 (Everest Funerals on your left).

Keep driving past Winnaarspoort, Groenvlei and Elandsfontein turnoffs.

Note: There are two options now:  

Travel along the N4 towards Nelspruit/ Machadodorp.

Turn LEFT off the highway at the R33 turnoff to Belfast/Dullstroom/Carolina. 

Turn left to Dullstroom/Belfast (Emakhazeni).

Travel through Belfast and then turn right onto the R540 (Everest Funerals on your left).

Keep driving past Winnaarspoort, Groenvlei until you reach the Elandsfontein turnoff.

Note: There are two options now:  

OPTION 1 – Elandsfontein does reach the lodge, is 16km shorter, but is more rugged than Option 2 and can be very muddy during rainy season.  We recommend high-clearance vehicles for this option.

Turn RIGHT onto Elandsfontein Road (gravel road) and keep straight on for 13km, cross straight over the Stop Street.  We are just over 1km down the road.

OPTION 2 – Keep straight on the R540 past Elandsfontein turnoff.  The next turn right is about 16km, you will see an Eskom substation on your right and a Dentist sign. 

Turn RIGHT here.

This is the Machadodorp Road but there is no sign, it was stolen.

The road has a lot of potholes so please drive carefully. Recommended speed 40km/h. Please keep to your left around corners.

Keep straight on this gravel road for about 12km.  

You will come to an intersection and will see a large sign for Greystone Lodge in front of you.

Turn left here and travel for 1.5km.

Our gate is on the right hand side.

Please call us if you have any trouble on the gravel road – 072 149 8261

Travel on the N4 and travel via Schoemanskloof towards Machadodorp.

Pass by Bambi and then continue to Kingfisher Trout Lodge. Travel for about another 4km.

Take Goedewil turn to the right.

Follow the road for 200m then turn left to Machadostud & Hoyohoyo.

Carry on straight for about 16km to Greystone Lodge. 

We are on your left.

Please note this is only a 4×4 route.   

Please see alternative routes to Greystone Lodge for standard clearance vehicles.

Please call us if you have any trouble on the gravel road – 072 149 8261

Travel on the N4 and travel via Schoemanskloof towards Machadodorp.

Pass by Bambi and Kingfisher Trout Lodge, continue straight on, go through the N4 overpass tunnel towards Machadodorp.

 As you head up the hill, get into your right hand lane and prepare to turn right at Farrefontein offramp.  (This is where the truck weighbridge is located).  If you get to the Machado Toll Gate you have gone too far.

Once you have turned right continue straight on for some time until you come to a large intersection.  Fancy Free on your left and Trout & About in front of you.

Turn right here and continue up the hill for a long while (pass Little Troutbeck) until you come to an intersection.  Turn right to Greystone Lodge (you should see our sign board on your right).

We are 1.3km down the road on your right.

Please note this is only a high clearance vehicle route.   

Please see alternative routes to Greystone Lodge for standard clearance vehicles.

Please call us if you have any trouble on the gravel road – 072 149 8261

Travel from Lydenburg on the R540 towards Dullstroom. 

Please be very careful, this road is full of potholes.

You will eventually pass Walkersons on your left.  Keep on going.

Once you arrive in Dullstroom, travel through the town on the R540 and keep straight on.

You will pass Kruisfontein Road as you exit Dullstroom on your left where the Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Centre is. 

Keep going until the next turn left, you will see an Eskom substation and numerous lodge signs, Valleispruit and a Dentist sign. 

Turn left here.

This is the Machadodorp Road but there is no sign, it was stolen.

This road is full of potholes during rainy season, please drive carefully.

Keep straight on this gravel road for about 12km.

You will come to an intersection and will see a large sign for Greystone Lodge in front of you.

Turn left here and travel for 1.5km.

Our gate is on the right hand side.

Please call us if you have any trouble on the gravel road – 072 149 8261

We know directions can sometimes be confusing so please feel free to call us if you feel you are lost, or to just make sure of the road conditions etc.