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Pietersburg Club, Accommodation and Restaurant in Polokwane

One of the jewels in the crown of the Limpopo Province is The Pietersburg Club which was founded in 1902, servicing the region as an oasis of hospitality for over 110 years. The gracious style of the main building conveys classic air of tradition and elegance, with superb cuisine and personal service.

A leader in Luxury Accommodation and great Dining Experiences in one of Polokwane’s most Historic Clubs. We have quality conference venues for all your corporate functions, weddings and so much more.


Set in fully secured and delightfully gardened surrounds, the Club offers overnight accommodation in 23 well appointed rooms.

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Conference Venu

Fully equipped function rooms to cater for conferences, seminars, workshops, presentations, weddings and year end dinners.

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The Pietersburg Club aims to provide it’s members and patrons alike an exclusive facility with excellent service, superb cuisine, top class accommodation.

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A la Carte Restaurant

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, our restaurant offers a relaxed and cosy atmosphere for and the best meal in town.

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Pietersburg club History and Founder

After the end of the war, some of the officers of the British occupation forces who administered the Northern Transvaal from Pietersburg, came together with some local civilian dignitaries to establish a social club for the growing town of Pietersburg now Polokwane.

Founder of Pietersburg Club

Founder of Pietersburg Club was a remarkable man, a role model of what was considered to be the best and most admirable Victorian manhood. From 1901 to the end of the Anglo Boer war he was the Provost Marshall of the Northern Transvaal.

His name will forever be linked to the famous and controversial Breaker Morant trail that took place in Pietersburg in 1901. He was the court-martial prosecutor. Bolton had no legal qualifications or training but held his own against the practicing attorney Thomas, who appeared on behalf of the accuses Australians.