Seringa Lodge in Mpumalanga, is the perfect place to rest for both business travellers and tourists exploring the Lowveld. The lodge is situated on the outskirts of White River, South Africa and is the ideal home base for exploring the many great attractions of the area, including the Kruger National Park.
The beautiful old colonial style thatched farmhouse is set in five acres of peaceful garden with a magnificent view of the famous Legogote Mountain – “The Lion Head”.
Owners Cecilia and Roger Briggs have, with their combined knowledge, and experience created a stylish and homely guest house. Seringa is tastefully decorated with colourful African influences. The lodge includes a lounge, with teak floors and high ceiling, complimented with a huge fireplace, a separate TV lounge with satellite television and honesty bar. A large covered outside sitting area and a tree shaded deck look out over the swimming pool giving you plenty of space to relax after a day of exploration.
South Africa covers a large area and the weather varies between regions which experience very little autumn and spring.
The weather is generally sunny and the average hours of sunlight per day are amongst the highest in the world. The country can be visited year round.
Mpumalanga generally has summer (Nov – Feb) rainfall, mainly in form of afternoon and night thunder showers. Conditions are mild to hot subtropical. In winter (Jun – Aug) there is practically no rain.