40 km north of Pretoria lies Deruxa Cottages. A pristine collection of cottages close to the border of Mpumalanga. A collection of game and bird species have made Deruxa their home, and it is understandable why. A beautiful, 21ha farm that starts out with a clean morning sky, and results in a sky full of stars as the sun sets behind the great towering trees.
The lapa is what Deruxa is known for. Numerous fireplaces, beautiful stone picnic tables, tables and seating for more than 20 people, a cozy bar and alluring decorations is what will make you never forget Deruxa, and count down the days until your next visit.
Weddings, parties, couple break-aways, conferences. We host it all.
R 2 500 / night
A large, farmhouse that houses 8 people will fulfill anyone's needs.
Consisting of beautifully coloured rooms differentiating with double beds and twin beds. It comes equipped with a beautiful lounge and state of the art kitchen.
R 750 / per night
For the executives, there are 3 cottages with twin beds, desks, coffee making facilities and a luxurious bathroom.
It is extremely close to the conferencing centre and the main lapa.
Deruxa caters to all social functions. Weddings, birthday parties, engagement parties, bachelorette- and bachelor parties or just a simple gathering. You can receive top-level catering with mouth-watering traditional South-African food, and delicious continental meals.
Deruxa's conference hall is set up with large full room air-conditioning. The walls are white so feel free to bring a projector to use. The conference hall is next to the open air and tables, comfortable seating, board roomlapa, that provides a relaxing atmosphere where you can unwind and grab a drink. Additional meals are available on request.
Participate in game viewing where Blue wildebeest, Impalas, and Nyalas are found among other. Deruxa is known for wide array of bird species. itsDeruxa is also situated in the De Tweedespruit conservancy and approximately 286 species of birds have been noted in the area of which quite a number have been identified on the farm.