Where to eat when in Dullstroom
If this is your first visit to Dullstroom, you may find the various options to feast at, a bit overwhelming. We’ve put together a quick guide to help you through your choices.
Use the number displayed next to the restaurant name to find it on the map.
You can either browse below, or download a PDF version by clicking the “download” button. A foldout pamphlet of the map and info is supplied to you upon key collections when you book your accommodation through us. It is also available free to the public from our office on the Main Street.
Disclaimer: The views and reviews expressed in this brochure are compiled from the establishments’ own, online profiles, as well as real reviews such as Trip Advisor and other travel-blogs. While the Information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the Information. Dullstroom Accommodation has an open, friendly relationship with all listed establishments. We aim to be unbiased. This is an independent, self-funded publication.
Horse back riding
at the Dullstroom Riding centre
Dave Curtis will take anyone from baby to biltong, and tailor accordingly. Feel free to contact him to book your rides: Dullstroom Riding Centre. There are also often pony rides, approx. 10 minutes, on the field opposite our office, generally most weekends, where kids are led about the field.
Contact: Dave Curtis
Tel: 082 442 9766