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Blueswallow Chalets & Monia Accommodation

Affordable accommodation in Graskop

Discover Graskop and surroundings

Blueswallow Chalets and Monia Holiday House offer affordable accommodation to discover Graskop and surroundings. Excellent place to stay to visit Kruger National Park, God's Window and the beautiful Blyde River Canyons.

Both Blue Swallow Chalets and Monia Accommodation are  200m from Jock Trail Parkrun. It is also the start of the Jock Hiking Trail.

Places to visit


A Place to Unwind

At Blue Swallow Chalets we have two chalest that sleeps four people and one chalet that sleeps two people. The foure sleeper chalet has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen. There is a double bed in the main bedroom and 2 single beds in the 2nd bedroom.

The chalets are fully equipped for self-catering complete with a microwave oven, fully sized gas stove, undercover parking and full DSTV. There are braai facilities and a swimming pool for the guests to enjoy. We provide linen and towels but guests must please bring their own swimming towels. The chalets are serviced daily.

Not only a place to unwind but the ideal stay to do day trips through the panorama route visiting God's Window and other attractions.

We also offer a Holiday House at Monia Holiday House with two chalets.

  • 2 - 4 Persons

  • Fully equipped kitchen

  • Quiet Location
  • Full Comfort
  • Braai facilities

  • Swimming pool (bring your own towels)

  • Holiday House with 3 bedrooms

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • DSTV (Hospitality channels)

to name a few

The town of Graskop is perched on a spur of the Mauchsberg at an altitude of 1,493 meters and dates way back to 1837, when Andries Potgieter passed through with the Great Trek of the Voortrekkers in search of greener pastures in the north. In his memoirs he mentions leaving the woman folk in the area known as Graskop ("grassy peak") while he went down the escarpment in search of an ox wagon route to Delagoa Bay (now Maputo in Mozambique).

Graskop is also famous for Jock of the Bushveld which dates back to between 1885 and 1887.

The Pinnacle

God's Window

Three Rondavels

Bourke's Luck Potholes

Blyde River Canyon

Kruger National Park