Ducks again!!

Thanks to the GM, Annatjie, and Executive Chef, Chris,  Budmarsh has ducks again! 

The heat is on not only in the kitchen.

A property close to Budmarsh decided to burn their dumping site and as nature would have it, an August wind arose and the fire spread rapidly and powerfully into the grass of the lodge.  Fortunately the dams, canals and small bodies of water on the farm prevented the fire from reaching the Lodge or the staff quarters.

Double Gold for Chef as he helps train students

Hospitality students from Westcol were treated to a demonstration on how to fillet a fish by Budmarsh Country Lodge’s Executive Chef.

If nothing else Woman’s Day is worth a moment of reflection… what do you think??

Reply to this blog with your opinion and you stand to win a high tea for you and your friend or any special woman in your life.

The Curiosity Cabinet – let’s hope the minister of health doesn’t get any ideas

Those keen to contemplate and wonder at who the Merchant of Marvels might really be and those who like to consider where they have come from in their journey and where they might go cannot help staring into the glass of the antique Curiosity Cabinet in the Oak Tree Dining Room at Budmarsh. 

On the menu this weekend…

The Budmarsh experience isn't complete without a scrumptious feast courtesy of our incredible chef, Chris.

Wilderness is paradise

Budmarsh offers guests luxurious accommodation, top-notch service, memorable dining experiences and comfort-supreme. One of its best offerings, however, can be found simply by taking a peaceful stroll through the grounds.

A few things you didn’t know about high tea

Away from the polluted and noisy city, in the heart of the scenic Magaliesberg, Budmarsh Country Lodge waits to welcome you to its landscaped gardens, where you can enjoy a high tea experience.

A haven of tranquility: video

Enjoy this little virtual tour of Budmarsh, a haven of tranquility in a charming country setting.

Stylish and fun: Potjiekos, Budmarsh style

The Budmarsh executive chef, Chris, nearly flipped all the lids in the kitchen when he was told a conference wanted a potjie for dinner.