About Nut Grove Manor

Nut Grove Manor is located on a 2.3 hectare property on the outskirts of White River in Mpumalanga, South Africa. The original farm house was built in 1924 and bears testimony to the area’s colonial history. The surrounding nut plantations and pasture create a charming country setting, although the property is conveniently close to shopping centres and quality amenities.

Nut Grove Manor offers both bed and breakfast and self-catering facilities. It is close to many Lowveld attractions like the Kruger National Park and world-class facilities like the Kruger Mpumalanga International AirportClick here for a taste of all the attractions that await you in the area. At Nut Grove Manor, we strive to give our guests so much more than just a room for the night. We believe in personal service and attention to the little details that will make your stay unforgettable. Book your room with us today.

Reasons to choose Nut Grove Manor while visiting Mpumalanga…

WiFi is available

The first 250MB per night, per room booked is complimentary thereafter additional data can be purchased.

Additional services

Information on surrounding sites, activities, restaurants, shops etc. is available from reception and can be booked for your convenience.

Free parking

Complimentary undercover parking is available for all registered guests.

Check-in, Check-out

Check in – 14h00 – 21h00. An early check-in can be arranged prior to arrival however cannot be guaranteed. Check out – 10h00. This allows for adequate time for the cleaning between guests.

See how happy our guests are

As a lady on her own, this was an incredible find – beautiful, serene, friendly and safe. The food was wonderful, the service was great and everyone was welcoming and friendly. I will definitely recommend it – what a lovely find…


Nut Grove Manor - piece of heaven! - July 2017

Exceptional. Advice: book the Pecan Room.  Nut Grove expresses an apparent, prominent focus on guest experience by all staff and facilities. My wife and I enjoyed the quietness, attention to details, the very cozy accommodations, comfortable bed and lovely breakfast. The staff were warm, accommodating yet kept their distance…


Facilities = 5 | Service = 5 - July 2017

We stayed at the Nut Grove Manor for just one night after leaving Kruger Park, as we were hopping on a flight the next day. We arrived and the wonderful staff showed us to our room. The room was incredible, both clean and beautiful…


Wonderful Stay! Exceeded Expectations - June 2017

Certificate and Rating References

History and Climate

White River
Visit www.wearewhiteriver.com for more information. In 1904, at the end of the Anglo-Boer war, the government of Lord Milner decided to establish an irrigation farming scheme for unemployed British soldiers returning from the war. This scheme was not very successful and by 1911 only one farmer remained on this development. In 1916 five local men made a successful offer on the failed settlement and founded White River Estates. Nut Grove Manor’s original house was built in 1924 on what was then called Victoria Farm as the home of the White River Estates manager. The name White River refers to the colour of the water in the nearby river which has a milky appearance caused by the high presence of kaolin. The town, which has a population of about 16 000, is located about 20 km from Mbombela, the capital of Mpumalanga province. The farms surrounding the town are well known for the tropical fruit, vegetables, flowers and timber they produce.
Visit www.weatherhq.co.za for more information. White River’s altitude is 857 m above sea level, which makes its climate more temperate than that of Nelspruit. In fact, the climate is said to be one of the best in South Africa – neither excessively hot in summer when the rainfall is at its highest, nor overly cold during the sunny winters.
Visit www.krugerlowveld.com for more information. The name of this province of South Africa means East or literally “the place where the sun rises”. It lies north of KwaZulu-Natal and bordering Swaziland and Mozambique. In the north it borders on Limpopo, to the west Gauteng, to the southwest the Free State and to the south KwaZulu-Natal. The capital is Nelspruit (recently renamed to Mbombela).