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B&B is situated at the heart of a working farm. Guests can watch the dairy cows meander their way to milking from the comfort of their veranda or pay a visit to the Dairy and see the milking first-hand. Renown for their friendliness, our staff are always ready to assist you. If you’re up for a challenge, our dairy staff would be glad to let you have a go at hand-milking! 

We are situated 1km outside the small town of Siteki atop a spur of the Lubombo Mountain Range. En route to Mozambique, Kruger Park and St Lucia; we make the perfect stop-over point for travellers passing through. The Siteki bus rank is 1km away from the B&B accommodation. 

In the village of Siteki: visit local traditional centre, markets, local restaurants. Surrounds: Drive on scenic Mhlumeni road (20km) for beautiful views and a sundowner stop at Magadzavane Restaurant and bar, Simunye club (30 mins) has a good restaurant, bar, sport facilities and swimming pool, Swazi Secrets, Mbuluzi, Hlane and Mlawula Game reserves are nearby, Numerous Day Trips to parts of Swaziland. Maputo is also only 120kms aways.

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Hotel Address: P.O.Box 218 , Siteki, Siteki

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Getting there

 From the boarder to Mbabane is an easy drive. There is a by-pass road to Manzini but be careful as you come down the steep hill below Mbabane as it has notorious bends and a high accident rate.  Continue directly through the untidy city of Manzini; try and stay in the right lane as the left is congested with taxi and bus traffic heading for the bus rank! About 40 km from Manzini, when you are close to the mountain, keep a good lookout for the major intersection to Siteki (Right turn) as it is poorly signposted.  Also, look out for our “Mabuda B&B” green signs. Take this and after 7 kms, you will drive straight through the Foot and Mouth control line, (no need to stop, as you are entering a surveillance area.) 7 km thereafter, you're in Siteki.

• Once at the town: Past a filling station on your left, a hotel on your left, take the first right turn you are allowed to take. (The first one being a One-Way) At that turn-off, you will see the sign directing you to Mabuda. (If you get to the Hospital, you've gone much too far!)

• You pass over a stop street, and at the little cemetery, turn right, also sign-posted. Cross the tar road directly and onto a dirt road, (only 1km to go!) over a cattle grille, and you have arrived. The B&Bs are the thatched buildings down on your Left. Park in front of the reception where Alma Butler will greet you and make you feel at home. (If for any reason she is not there, please make your way to Mabuda house nearby.)  If at any stage you get lost, wind down your window and in your best English, ask for directions to Mabuda Farm.

 From Maputo

• If you are coming from Maputo: Take the road towards Komati, about 15km after Boane, turn Left to Goba. This is a poorly marked road in an area of some mud huts. It is a new road in excellent condition (except for the camber on the mountain pass section - a bit flat!)

• Continue past the town of Goba and up the hill to Mhlumeni border post (Open 24 hours). You will find the border relaxed. On the Swazi side, fill in an entry form requesting up to 30 days. Once your passport is stamped, go to the next counter and pay R50 road levy, let customs search your car, and you are in Swaziland! The Swazis will ask whether you have meat or any other contraband that may harbour Foot and Mouth Disease! Visa's are not generally required from Europe, Commonwealth countries and North America. They sometimes want you to declare your camera equipment. If you don't get behind a tour bus, the whole procedure should take less than 15 minutes.

• It is about 30km to Siteki. You will see our signs near the border. Be prepared to stop at an army checkpoint nearer to Siteki: I think they are looking for imported AK47's! On the outskirts of Siteki, you will find our signboard.

• At Siteki, you will get to a T junction, next to the Siteki Hotel; Turn Left and follow our signs from there. Take the first right turn you are allowed to take. (The first one being a One-Way). At that turn-off, you will see the sign directing you to Mabuda. (If you get to the Hospital, you've gone much too far!)

• You pass over a stop street, and at the little cemetery, turn right, also sign-posted. Cross the tar road directly and onto a dirt road, (only 1km to go!) over a cattle grille, and you have arrived. The B&Bs are the thatched buildings down on your Left. Park in front of the reception where Alma Butler will greet you and make you feel at home. (If for any reason she is not there, please make your way to Mabuda house nearby.)  If at any stage you get lost, wind down your window and in your best English, ask for directions to Mabuda Farm.