Address. Rustenburg. North West. 0350
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What you should know about Palmenhof
The Palmenhof Story The homestead was built in 1905 on a section of the farm Kroondal. This farm was bought by and divided among a group of farmers, including many of the offspring of the original missionaries. Such was his lifelong friendship with their Chief Mokgatle that he and his wife are buried next to the chief. The Homestead At Palmenhof Estate you will be welcomed by Verena Harms, the great granddaughter of Heinrich Penzhorn and the fourth generation of Penzhorns to live at Palmenhof, a section of the farm Kroondal. Many linger on the spacious deck late into the evening, captivated by the sounds of owls and bush babies in the cool night. The interior delights with tasteful decor and comfort. Kroondal Attractions The most remarkable building in this century-old village is the first church, built in 1896 and a national monument since The church was partly funded from the personal pocket of Boer Republic President Paul Kruger who remained in power until the end of the Boer War in The old grain mill has been restored as a coffee shop. Various self-drive, hiking and biking routes are available as well as overnight facilities. The Cradle of Humankind (65km) These famous archaeological sites are well developed to allow tourists to overnight and eat in style whilst learning and participating. Surrounded by the priceless peace of a lush bushveld garden, the sounds of owls and bush babies in the cool night have kept many a guest out on the spacious deck way past their bed time. Kroondal attractions: The first Lutheran church, built in 1896, has been turned into a surprising and interesting museum. Stopover: Palmenhof Executive Estate is an oasis for the traveller on the way to Botswana, the Northern Cape or Namibia. Wedding Venue: Brides find the garden and old-world charm of Palmenhof a romantic and idilic setting for the preparation of their wedding day and the garden is a photographer's delight!