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Eagle Wind Manor

1 Review
Sleeps 12 in 5 rooms

Situated on the crest of Botha’s Hill, on the edge of the Valley of 1,000 Hills, Eagle Wind Manor is uniquely positioned for the...
Situated on the crest of Botha’s Hill, on the edge of the Valley of 1,000 Hills, Eagle Wind Manor is uniquely positioned for the convenience of being close to Hillcrest, with all its shops, restaurants and other amenities, and the restfulness of being in the countryside. Whether your aim is business or pleasure, honeymoon or family holiday, you will experience a warm welcome and a relaxed, country house atmosphere, along with luxury and efficient personal service.

Eagle Wind Manor is only 30 minutes from Durban or Pietermaritzburg, with easy access to the M13 and N3 highways. The main house offers a large, comfy lounge with seating arranged in such a way that it facilitates private conversation as well as accommodating larger groups, perfect for discreet business meetings, armchair seminars or quiet relaxation. The lounge features a beautiful fireplace for cold winter nights, and is equipped with a big screen TV. Books and board games are also available for guests to enjoy.

A sumptuous breakfast buffet or full English breakfast is served in the dining room, or you may choose to enjoy your meal on the patio overlooking the garden. Take time to wander around our beautiful, substantial, treed garden, with its abundance of bird-life. For the more energetic, you can dive into our sparkling 12 m pool, great for swimming laps, or simply relax on a pool lounger on the pool patio.

We offer five upmarket Double Rooms, with an Executive Suite large enough to accommodate a family. Elegantly furnished and luxuriously appointed, the rooms offer exquisite décor and superb en-suite bathrooms. Our great service and attention to detail includes offering all the little luxuries one would expect from a top-grade establishment.

Eagle Wind Manor also offers other meals by arrangement, ample secure parking, braai facilities, laundry service and fax, photocopy, email and Internet facilities.
from R960

Natures Haven Lodge - Bluff Eco Park

1 Review
Sleeps 460 in 71 rooms

Natures Haven Lodge is set in the Bluff Eco Park in Durban. It is 10 kilometres from the Durban...
Natures Haven Lodge is set in the Bluff Eco Park in Durban. It is 10 kilometres from the Durban International Airport and an hour and a half away from Pietermaritzburg.

This Eco Park has a ‘green’ approach and promotes sustainable living. Heat pump technology provides the park’s warm water and water flow regulating shower heads are installed in the ablution facilities. This reduces the use of water from 25 litres to 12 litres per minute.

There are various self-catering accommodation options at the lodge. Guests can choose a campers or an economy cabin, there is a dormitory which is ideal for group activities as it can accommodate up to 32 guests, and the campsite allows for tents, caravans, motor homes and overlanders.

Guests can spend their time next to or in the swimming pool, take a walk on the park or relax around a fire. There are also over 75 bird species, banded mongoose, monkeys and even the occasional grey duiker waiting to be admired by the park’s visitors.
from R130

Riverside Hotel

4 Reviews
Sleeps 390 in 169 rooms

Situated close to the Umgeni River in Durban North, Riverside Hotel offers a great stay to guests. The state-of-the-art conference...
Situated close to the Umgeni River in Durban North, Riverside Hotel offers a great stay to guests. The state-of-the-art conference facilities and comfortable accommodation makes this an ideal option for corporate and leisure travellers.

This lovely hotel has 169 guest rooms and suites, of which all offer a variety of layouts. Each option has an en-suite bathroom, a TV with DStv access and a bar fridge. Some of the rooms and suites have private lounge areas, while some boast beautiful views of the river and hotel grounds.

Guests can spend their days exploring this popular area by visiting one of the many beaches and other attractions on offer. Visitors could also choose to stay at the hotel to make use of the well-equipped gym or swimming pool.

The on-site restaurants serves a selection of dishes sure to cater to the most discerning palate. However guests choose to spend their time, they can rest assured that they will have a pleasant and enjoyable stay.
from R2560

Highfield House Garden & Hall Wedding Venue

7 Reviews
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

The property, historically known as Highfield House, is approximately 160 years old and is set in a...
The property, historically known as Highfield House, is approximately 160 years old and is set in a large park-like garden, in a suburb steeped in old Durban history.

This property offers a home away from home venue. It is fenced with automated access and secure off-street parking. It is within easy access to main roads and national highways. There is a quaint chapel and bridal suite on the premises and there is a licensed pub named Einsteins on the premises.

Our self-catering , fully-furnished four bedroom home makes groups and backpacking accommodation cheap and affordable.
from R500

Assagay Hotel

1 Review
Sleeps 56 in 28 rooms

The Assagay Hotel is a delightful country hotel and conference centre, conveniently situated between Durban and Pietermaritzburg. It is a...
The Assagay Hotel is a delightful country hotel and conference centre, conveniently situated between Durban and Pietermaritzburg. It is a picturesque and tranquil venue, ideal for conferences, weddings and functions, or even that much needed weekend away. We offer 28 Double or Twin Rooms, all with air-conditioning, TV, telephone and tea and coffee-making facilities.

The Conference Centre, which includes six conference venues, boasts the latest in equipment and facilities, while our executive Boardroom is ideal for smaller conferences or a board meeting. The Summerveld Room can accommodate up to 200 delegates, and can be sub-divided into two smaller venues if need be. The Garden Room can accommodate up to 100 delegates and has sliding doors that open up onto the patio and garden overlooking the sparkling pool.

The Assagay Lodge has vehicle access and is ideal for product and motor launches. Various breakaway facilities are also available. The Assagay Lodge may be split into three conference venues, namely The Impala Room, The Sable Room and The Oribi Room. The thatched Oribi Room, with poolside pub and outdoor entertainment area, is popular for braais, corporate family fun days and other private functions. The venue accommodates 50 to 200 guests for parties and weddings.

The most memorable country wedding receptions are held at the Assagay Hotel. One section of the Assagay Lodge can transform into the perfect chapel, while the other, decorated according to the bride’s preference, becomes an elegant reception venue. We will assist you in co-ordinating everything, from the décor to the flowers. Relax and enjoy the perfect wedding in a truly beautiful country setting.
from R850

Endless Horizons Boutique Hotel

Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

Endless Horizons is a luxurious 5 Star boutique hotel, situated on Umhlanga Rocks Drive, Durban...
Endless Horizons is a luxurious 5 Star boutique hotel, situated on Umhlanga Rocks Drive, Durban North, KwaZulu-Natal. This sumptuous hotel offers contemporary-classic elegance in naturally beautiful surrounds, exquisite food and generous hospitality. Guests can enjoy our tastefully furnished lounge, spacious alfresco deck, inviting infinity pool and stylishly appointed superior and deluxe rooms. All this, coupled with attention to detail and personalised service.

The hotel offers ten, individually decorated, superior and deluxe rooms designed specifically to meet the needs of our guests. Our rooms inspire tranquillity and spaciousness ensuring that our guests are relaxed and rejuvenated after a good night’s rest in our comfortable king-size beds. Our Executive rooms offer picturesque 180-degree views of the Indian Ocean. Enjoy a coffee on your balcony and absorb the splendour of this wonderful creation.

Our rooms are well appointed and come complete with en-suite bathrooms, mini-bar fridges, LCD televisions with DStv, surround sound, complimentary high speed internet access, air-conditioning, tea and coffee stations and an extensive range of pampering amenities.

Focussed on making your stay with us a memorable experience we strive to exceed your every need with attentive yet non-intrusive service delivery and attention to detail.
from R2940
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    Botany Bay Lodge

    from R710
    Botany Bay Lodge offers friendly, relaxed accommodation with an afro-colonial setting, situated...
    Botany Bay Lodge offers friendly, relaxed accommodation with an afro-colonial setting, situated right next to the famous Botanical Gardens in Durban's lush suburb Berea, not far from shopping centres, cinemas, good restaurants and takeaways.
    from R710
    Sleeps 9 in 4 rooms

    1.94km from Durban

    20 Reviews

    Villa La Palma

    from R1600
    Come and lose yourself in the luxury and elegant modern comforts of Villa La Palma which offers you...
    Come and lose yourself in the luxury and elegant modern comforts of Villa La Palma which offers you exclusive facilities while you sit back and enjoy yourself.
    from R1600
    Sleeps 16 in 4 rooms

    0.16km from Durban

    2 Reviews

    Sleeps 326 in 161 rooms

    1.64km from Durban

    3 Reviews

    Road Lodge Durban

    from R1110
    Conveniently located close to the airport and Durban’s CBD, Road Lodge Durban offers comfortable...
    Conveniently located close to the airport and Durban’s CBD, Road Lodge Durban offers comfortable and affordable accommodation to guests. It is an ideal choice for both corporate and leisure travellers.
    from R1110
    Sleeps 276 in 92 rooms

    0.73km from Durban

    Hilton Hotel Durban

    from R2440
    Situated next to the Durban International Convention Centre and less than a kilometre from the...
    Situated next to the Durban International Convention Centre and less than a kilometre from the beach, Hilton Durban puts you in easy reach of downtown Durban’s business district. Combining elegant modern comfort with warm professional service and excellent leisure facilities, the hotel lets you make the most of your time in the city.
    from R2440
    Sleeps 648 in 324 rooms

    1.19km from Durban

    Parkview Hotel

    from R495
    Parkview Hotel is a quiet hotel, situated one block from the beaches and within walking distance to...
    Parkview Hotel is a quiet hotel, situated one block from the beaches and within walking distance to many tourist attractions, shops and public transport.
    from R495
    Sleeps 25 in 14 rooms

    1.94km from Durban

    23 Reviews

    Seaboard Hotel

    from R399
    Seaboard Hotel and Holiday Apartments is located 300 metres from Durban’s central promenade and...
    Seaboard Hotel and Holiday Apartments is located 300 metres from Durban’s central promenade and white sandy beaches. The building has 31 floors and 230 apartments for guests to choose from.
    from R399
    Sleeps 920 in 230 rooms

    1.82km from Durban

    11 Reviews

    BP Backpackers

    from R280
    BP Backpackers offers comfortable accommodation nestled at the foot of Durban Harbour, with...
    BP Backpackers offers comfortable accommodation nestled at the foot of Durban Harbour, with beautiful ocean views, BP Backpackers, offers a friendly atmosphere and simplistic style.
    from R280
    Sleeps 20 in 3 rooms

    0.47km from Durban

    1 Review

    Bentley Lodge

    from R800
    Situated in the seaside suburb of Berea, Bentley Lodge offers affordable yet comfortable...
    Situated in the seaside suburb of Berea, Bentley Lodge offers affordable yet comfortable accommodation in the coastal town of Durban. It is ideal for both business and leisure travellers.
    from R800
    Sleeps 30 in 15 rooms

    1.46km from Durban

    The Parkview

    from R700
    The Parkview is centrally located in Durban. It is a block from Durban’s central beach and is close...
    The Parkview is centrally located in Durban. It is a block from Durban’s central beach and is close to all the public transport facilities.
    from R700
    Sleeps 2 in 1 room

    1.94km from Durban

    Durban South Africa

    Durban Wedding Venues Accommodation

    High up on the east coast, Durban is South Africa's sub-tropical beach getaway. The city centre overlooks a long, golden beach that is probably the single most culturally diverse spot in Africa. Here you will find frolicking families of every hue, busy executives out for a quick lunchtime jog, teenagers in full breeding plumage, elegant sari-clad matrons strolling the sand, buff surfers running into the waves, and bead-bedecked sangomas collecting therapeutic sea water in bottles.


    Durban
    is actually all about the beach. It is home to South Africa's only surfing museum, and is one of the most surf-friendly cities in the world. Frustrated wage slaves can look out of their office windows onto awesome breaks - and then shed the tie and jacket or the high heels and paddle out straight after work. Durban is the closest seaport to Johannesburg and is also an integral part of the city. As well as all the usual container docks  it has not one, but two yacht clubs and a great little cultural spot right in the middle of the harbour - the BAT centre. Short for the Bartle Arts Trust, the BAT Centre is a hotbed of local visual art and musical creativity mixed in with some good restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. All overlooking the small boat harbour so you can sip cappuccino while watching stubby-nosed tugs coming in to rest after a hard day pushing supertankers around.

    Durban Bay is one of the better natural harbours on our coastline. Its narrow opening is protected by a huge headland, called the Bluff, on one side and, on the other, a point called Point - granted not the most imaginative of names, but it's a cool place. Here you'll find another batch of fun eateries where you could - if you were sufficiently anti-social and quite strong - pitch a beer bottle onto a passing container ship as it enters or leaves harbour. Close by is the newly built uShaka Marine World - a state of the art aquarium, wet playground and shopping mall, where children of all ages can ooh and aah at the sharks in the predator tank, snorkel with the fishies (the cute little ones, not the sharks) and watch dolphins performing.

    The whole Point area is the most interesting part of Durban. At one stage it must have been very fashionable indeed, but then - well, you know, cities are living things and they grow and change - it went downhill. A drive along Point Road will reward you with the sight of row upon row of abandoned art deco warehouses and factories - but not for much longer. Already the developers have set their sights on this little treasure, and there'll pretty soon be loft-style apartments, boutique hotels and designer malls. The beachfront is lined with multi-storey hotels and restaurants, with unashamdely kitsch attraction, like a huge pool complex and a snake park. Curio sellers line the walkways and dramatically outfitted rickshaw-wallahs offer rides and photographic opportunities. The best part about Durban's beachfront, though, is the water temperature. It's rarely below 20°C, which makes ogling those tanned, buff surfers just so much more interesting, as they don't wear wetsuits.

    Accommodation in Durban itself is conveniently concentrated along the beachfront or Golden Mile, close to the Durban central business district.  Slick, high rise Durban hotels with sea views and swimming pools proliferate along this lively strip. Another area that’s close to the beachfront and CBD with more hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfasts and affordable self-catering apartments and villas are the leafy suburbs of Berea and Morningside, well endowed with exceptional restaurants and shopping malls. It is highly advisable to book accommodation in advance during peak season (December and January) as scores of holiday makers descend upon all the beach locations in Durban. Durban North is also an extremely popular choice with holiday makers.

    Durban is in the middle of a vast sugar-growing area that was originally worked by indentured labourers from India,  many of whom stayed, started businesses and built homes.  Durban has the largest population of Indians outside of India.  There is a vibrant Eastern feel to the city, a huge spice market, decorative mosques, fantastic temples and - best of all - great food. You'll find dozens of good curry restaurants and you just have to try a bunny chow while you're there. It's a half or quarter loaf of bread hollowed out and filled with curry. Eaten with the hands in the street, it's an obligatory Durban experience.
    There's lots to do in and around Durban City. Many people just park off on the beach, especially on the North Coast, or South Coast, both of which are within an hour's drive of the city, and there are loads of restaurants, some excellent theatre and music, and wild and funky nightlife.

    The surfing is great right in the city and also up and down the coast. There's some reasonable diving in Durban Bay but the South Coast has some truly world class spots - and it's a great place for pretty competent and confident divers during the annual Sardine Run.

    If you spend much time at all in the sea, you should consider a visit to the Sharks Board in Umhlanga, just north of the city, where you can learn all about these fascinating creatures. They're not the bloodthirsty killing machines they're made out to be in American movies. There are a couple of fun river trips, some nice abseiling, awesome sport climbing and small game farms not too far off and the North and South Coasts boast an almost indecent density of championship golf courses.

    Durban's cultural attractions are perhaps its most appealing diversions. There are Zulu cultural villages to visit, township tours and visits to mosques or the beautiful Temple of Understanding, which has an excellent, inexpensive vegetarian restaurant.
    Another interesting spot to visit is Inanda, which was the birthplace of both the Shembe religion and Natal Native Congress, which later became the African National Congress. It was also where Mahatma Ghandi, who lived there at the same time these two other movements were starting, pioneered the concept of Satyagrah, or passive resistance. Truly, a little crucible of world history.

    High up on the east coast, Durban is South Africa's sub-tropical beach getaway. The city centre overlooks a long, golden beach that is probably the single most culturally diverse spot in Africa. Here you will find frolicking families of every hue, ...

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