On top of the world! Buckswood House is perched on the crest of a hill, boasting beautiful east to west panoramas over the most wonderful landscape in Africa. The location, one to be relished and the experience, one to treasure. The house was built with the intention of providing cultured accommodation for international groups, offering a home for weary travellers. Available for entire families or lone travellers, Buckswood House welcomes all. It is the perfect Swaziland Accommodation, with fantastic views and venue facilities.
The picturesque main house is equipped with all modern amenities and is run by a full team of domestic staff. Within the main building, there are four double bedrooms on offer.
Further accommodation is available in eight separate lodges- All with two double beds, kitchenette and ensuite facilities. Four of the lodges on offer are perched in the perfect spot, offering truly magnificent views of the landscape- An amazing sight to witness as you wake up in the morning.
All in all, the house has beds for thirty on offer.
With the stunning views, guests can wake up to an African sunrise and after a long day of adventure, return to the house and spend the evening sat on the veranda, drink in hand, watching the sun go down with the ambience of the African dusk. After the sun sets, the stars come out in a magnificent fashion, sparkling across the clear sky and merging on the distant horizon with twinkling lights from the villages in the valley.
Rich, vibrant and astoundingly picturesque, the kingdom of Swaziland is an unspoilt and relatively unknown tourist destination. Bursting with breath-taking sub-Saharan landscapes full of variety and colours. Swaziland is a small country, rich in culture and tradition. A journey to this African gem is one of unexpected discovery; Mountains, Savannahs and fertile valleys inhabited by only a million people. The natural warmth and hospitality is guaranteed to make you want to stay forever.
Over the past thirteen years, Buckswood have developed close, personal ties within the Kingdom of Swaziland. As a demonstration of the confidence which we have in the future development of Swaziland, the school made a substantial investment and built a Lodge House. The setting is ideal for shaking off the red dust, popping your feet up and contemplating the events of another beautiful, inspiring day in Africa. You can enjoy the many wonders of Swaziland and savour the beauty in this wonderful lodge.
In the Administrative Capital of the Lubombo area, Siteki lies in the heart of rural Swaziland. Only thirty kilometres to the south of the Mlawula Nature Reserve and less than two hours from the capital, Mbabane. On a clear day there are magnificent panoramic views to the West across the entire breadth of Swaziland, and to the East towards the floodplains of Mozambique.
It has never been easier to explore the kingdom of Swaziland. Buckswood have made getting around simple. If you are in need of transport, with have vehicle hire at the house. You can rent the Range Rover for driving yourself or arrange for the house chauffeur to drive you around in style to the destination of choice. If you have a large group to accommodate then we have a minibus available for booking, which comes with a chauffeur.
Of course, the most popular way to experience a country’s culture is through the food! At Buckswood House we have a fantastic chef, a delightful Swazi lady called Nonny. Nonny can turn her hand to any dish from Fish and Chips to more local African cuisine. If you require a picnic lunch, hamper or a barbeque then Nonny is the one to see. At 4pm afternoon tea is served to all guests in the house, before cook prepares a delicious two-course evening meal for all.
For those residents who want to experience Englishness during their Swazi Adventure, why not enjoy the peaceful Buckswood gardens with a traditional afternoon tea. Later on in the day you will be able to tuck in to the most famous of all English meals… Fish and Chips!! Which can be eaten In or take away, and enjoyed in the most spectacular location… About as far away from England as you could get!