About Merry Pebbles Resort
Merry Pebbles Resort is situated on the banks of the Sabie River, 1 km from Sabie village. AA Highly Recommended self-catering accommodation, as well as 3 Star caravan and camping sites are available.
Heated pools, water slides, a play park, tennis, hiking, trout fishing, and mountain biking make this resort an ideal holiday option for the family. Sites such as the Kruger National Park, Sudwala Caves, Blyde River Canyon, and God's Window are all within easy reach.
Services such as an ATM, Wi-Fi, gas refills, ice sales, fire wood sales, a restaurant, liquor store, and mini-market are available on site. Please kindly note that no motorcycles or quad bikes are permitted on the premises.
Family friendly: There are heated and cold water pools with water slides, mini-golf, play park, trampolines, giant outdoor chess, jungle gym and an entertainment hall.
No motorcycles or quad bikes allowed on the premises.
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Things to do in and around Sabie
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