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A fully licensed a la Carte’ restaurant is situated onsite, open every night as well as for lunch (closed Monday lunch) if you do not intend catering for yourself or braaing (BBQ'ing) you can order take-aways, or alternatively come into the very cosy and popular restaurant frequented by the local residents in Sabie,  breakfast is served on a pre-booked basis.
pool resizeConference Venue & Facilities

Merry Pebbles is essentially a family orientated holiday resort, there is however a small conference venue with a capacity of 25 delegates available on the premises. We do cater for small intimate conferences only.

Merry Pebbles offers our guests more than just a stop over, the resort is in itself a holiday destination with facilities which include the likes of heated and cold water pools, water slides, flood-lit tennis court, mini-golf (Putt Putt), outdoor chess, entertainment hall, play parks with trampolines, mountain bike and hiking trails start right on the resort boundary. The Sabie River at these upper reaches is safe and can be used for tubing, swimming, trout fishing, and canoeing. All these activities and extensive facilities onsite ensure that your entire family will enjoy their vacation at this one stop holiday venue.

At Merry Pebbles Resort we pride ourselves with the fact that the resort itself is a holiday destination, services that add value to the destination include gas-refills, ice and firewood sales, coin operated laundry, ATM, WiFi & internet access, shops that sell basic commodities and a liquor store. Therefore once you have arrived at the resort there is no need to leave the premises again, unless of course you want to explore the sights and scenes in the area.

With Sabie being situated centrally on the Panorama Route as well as being the gateway to the Kruger National Park, access to all the popular tourist attractions are within reach of an easy day trip. To mention a few, The Kruger National Park (Phabeni gate) 52km, Gods Window, Bourke's Luck Potholes, Blyde River Canyon, Pilgrims Rest, Sudwala Caves and numerous waterfalls (Lone Creek, Bridal Veil, Horse Shoe, Sabie, Mac Mac, Forest, Maria Shires, Berlin and Lisbon Falls) you will be spoilt for choice.

The town of Sabie (Rapport & Kwela, Town of the Year 2012) a small forestry village is situated at an elevation of 1050m above the sea level on the Mpumalanga Escarpment and is free of malaria and bilharzia. Sabie is in a summer rainfall area with an annual average of 1000mm of rainfall. Summer temperatures fall in the minimum range of of 18ºC to a maximum average of 31ºC, whilst the winter average low's are 3ºC and average high’s of 23ºC can be expected. Snow although not every year does cover the mountain tops in the vacinity from time to time. Hence the name Thaba Chweu - White Mountain given to the municipal area.



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