Mphhephu Holiday Resort offers twin-bedded chalets, all en-suite and built out of stone, which is said to be from the holy mountain. All chalets have a television, kitchenette and a veranda that leads to a braai (barbeque). The resort also offers a caravan park with 20 stands, all with electricity and water.
Day visitors are also catered for, with children’s facilities like play parks and swimming pools and a sport field.
The conference centre has two conference rooms with capacity for 40 and 100 delegates respectively. The resort can cater for functions of up to 500 persons in these facilities.
There is no formal restaurant, but visitors can enjoy meals off an a-la-carte menu from the cafeteria, and buffets or braais (barbeques) can be served for groups under a large thatched stoep (veranda).
Nearby attractions include the Dzata Ruins and museum, which is only 5km away, or Tziendulou, where King Thohoyandou settled on is arrival from the North. The Phiphidi Waterfall is also not far from here. For shopping needs, the Sendedza Shopping Centre is only 2km away.