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Silver Hill Lodge

15 Reviews
Sleeps 42 in 9 rooms

Silver Hill Lodge is a privately owned estate situated in the beautiful Kamberg Valley of the Central Drakensberg, a mere 35 minutes from...
from R2200
per night for 2 guests

Highlands Farm Estate

42 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

The farmhouse has four bedrooms. Each room has either double or twin beds and an en-suite bathroom. There is a 10-seater dining table...
from R400
per night for 2 guests

Vulindlela Rooms

22 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Vulindlela Rooms is situated on the outskirts of Ladysmith. The establishment offers two comfortable rooms ideal for business...
from R550
per night for 2 guests

Bushbaby Lodge and Camping

20 Reviews
Sleeps 148 in 34 rooms

Bushbaby Lodge offers chalets and campsites in a lush garden of indigenous trees and is the perfect...
from R240
per night for 2 guests

The Berghouse and Cottages

92 Reviews
Sleeps 38 in 8 rooms

Northern Drakensberg country cottages.The Berghouse and Cottages is a privately owned, 1650 acre...
from R900
per night for 2 guests

Kelvin Lodge & Spa

7 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 5 rooms

Kelvin Lodge & Spa is a luxury guest house situated in a tranquil oasis in the heart of Durban. The guest house offers three comfortably...
from R730
per night for 2 guests

Convent Hill Lodge B&B

4 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

Convent Hill Lodge B&B is situated in Ladysmith, serving as a gateway to the central and northern Drakensberg. The peaks of the mountains...
from R720
per night for 2 guests

Nalson's View

16 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Nalson's View was one of the first bed and breakfast establishments in the area. This luxury home situated in the seaside village of Salt...
from R900
per night for 2 guests

Kastelein Guest House

Sleeps 13 in 5 rooms

Kastelein offers bed and breakfast or self catering accommodation to guests visiting this scenic part of KwaZulu-Natal. The charming...
from R700
per night for 2 guests

Warm Horizon

6 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

Warm Horizon offers holiday makers and business visitors a comfortable stay in fully air-conditioned accommodation. Our central location...
from R690
per night for 2 guests

Annasrus Mountain Cottage

4 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Annasrus Mountain Cottage offers a peaceful country-style cottage, situated in the heart of the Central Drakensburg. The cottage offers...
from R540
per night for 2 guests
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Annas Bed & Breakfast

5 Reviews
Sleeps 11 in 4 rooms

Double Room Special   Annas Bed and Breakfast offers a quality stay and is owner-managed by Richard. Annas is a friendly and hospitable home and a classic B&B in...
from R950
per night for 2 guests

Ilawu Bed and Breakfast

15 Reviews
Sleeps 42 in 14 rooms

iLawu Bed and Breakfast is the ideal base from which to discover the capital city of KwaZulu-Natal in the southern suburbs of...
from R550
per night for 2 guests

Dalmore Guest Farm B&B

6 Reviews
Sleeps 41 in 10 rooms

Dalmore Guest Farm is an intimate, family friendly destination offering bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation. Guests will...
from R800
per night for 2 guests

Highcroft Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 9 rooms

Highcroft Lodge is situated on a working parrot farm 1 km from Umzumbe protected beach. It has 14 rooms and can be booked on a B&LightB...
from R640
per night for 2 guests

Rosegarden Guesthouse

22 Reviews
Sleeps 42 in 16 rooms

Rosegarden Guesthouse is a peaceful and intimate guesthouse with a “home away from home” atmosphere. Nestled in a tranquil and safe...
from R700
per night for 2 guests

Guest House Marisch

23 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Guest House Marisch is situated in a quiet suburb of Newcastle. It is a modern bed and breakfast ideal for couples and corporate...
from R700
per night for 2 guests

AB Guest House

13 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

AB Guest House is a brand new guest house situated on Bluff Road in the Bluff area, close to Ansteys Beach and within walking distance to...
from R475
per night for 2 guests

Madadeni Retreat B&B

2 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 6 rooms

Madadeni Retreat B&B is a lovely guest house situated in the lush surrounds of the Kloof Gorge. It is a 20-minute drive from Durban....
from R600
per night for 2 guests

Oppi Rotse

55 Reviews
Sleeps 26 in 6 rooms

Oppi Rotse is a rock art creation that provides you with a warm African ambience. There is a thatched lapa overlooking the garden, a...
from R560
per night for 2 guests

KwaZulu-Natal South Africa

KwaZulu-Natal Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

The province of KwaZulu-Natal is a strong argument both for and against political correctness. The northern part of the province has traditionally been called Zululand or - in Zulu - KwaZulu, and the rest of the province was called Natal in the colonial era.

After 1910 Zululand was simply incorporated into Natal. Then, during the apartheid era, parts of Natal were portioned off as the nominally independent homeland of KwaZulu. So - in 1994, when the homelands were done away with, the whole province reverted to the composite name of KwaZulu-Natal.

Now either of those names is pretty easy to handle on its own, but KwaZulu-Natal is a bit of a mouthful - and try typing it!!! That's why we're going to use the acronym KZN from now on.

There is so much to do in this immense - and immensely diverse - province. The coast is a sub-tropical paradise with lovely long beaches, warm water, tangled green vegetation, awesome surfing and great diving. The major coastal holiday areas - especially for families - are the North Coast and South Coast. The South Coast is the most northerly extent of the annual Sardine Run and, further north, the beaches of Maputaland are home to nesting turtles that can be seen on guided night walks.

There are dozens of world class golf courses mainly, but not exclusively, along the coast. There are horse trails through the bush and the battlefields, in the mountains, along the beaches and skirting the wetlands, as well as a whole host of other adventure activities. KZN is renowned as a game viewing destination and the birding is fantastic. You can choose between staying in a luxury lodge on a private game reserve or chilling out in one of the KZN Wildlife parks. Perhaps even do a wilderness walking safari - you get to walk through the wildest parts of the reserve, trying to avoid lions and such-like while hoping for a good (but safe) sighting of rhinos, elephants and other game.

The Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, near the small town of Hluhluwe, has the highest concentration of rhinos in Africa. If you're reading this and planning a raid to stock up some far eastern pharmacies and boost your bank balance - think again. How do you think the population got to that size? Game guards are armed and seriously protective of the precious wildlife in their care.

There is a range of cultural attractions. As well as the many Zulu cultural villages, contemporary tours and historical battlefields, KZN is also home to the largest Indian population outside of India - a fact which has left its mark on the landscape, the food and the culture of this vibrant province. Great curry restaurants, markets selling spices and other exotic goods, and ornate temples and mosques all attest to the influence these dynamic people have had on the development of city of Durban, but also further afield in the province.

The Midlands, situated roughly between Durban and Pietermaritzburg, is characterised by rolling green hills, flowers, pockets of forest and characterful small villages. It's a joy to explore with its many restaurants, coffee shops, pretty guest houses, innovative craft outlets, micro breweries, cheese factories, trout farms and other bucolic pleasures.

The Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg is a vast wilderness mountain area that divides the lush, low-lying eastern coastal plain from the harsher and higher-lying interior. The Berg, as it is fondly known, is a hiker's paradise and a great pony trekking destination. Other attractions include small game, birding, flowers, fabulous scenery, fly fishing, golf and fantastic rock art. The fact that the Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg is one of South Africa's world heritage sites should give you an idea of the ecological and recreational value of this enormous mountain range. Another equally impressive world heritage site, also in KZN, is the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, which conserves a spectacularly wide range of biomes, including wetlands, dunes, swamp and coastal forests, rocky and sandy shores, coral reefs and submarine canyons.

Note: If you are planning to travel to the northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal please be aware that this region is malarial. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

The province of KwaZulu-Natal is a strong argument both for and against political correctness. The northern part of the province has traditionally been called Zululand or - in Zulu - KwaZulu, and the rest of the province was called Natal in the...

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