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Pyramids Motel

32 Reviews
Sleeps 60 in 20 rooms

Pyramids Motel is located on the N3 at Van Reenen's Pass between Gauteng and the Kwa-Zulu Natal coast. The motel offers bed and breakfast...
Pyramids Motel is located on the N3 at Van Reenen's Pass between Gauteng and the Kwa-Zulu Natal coast. The motel offers bed and breakfast accommodation in 16 chalets and three double rooms. The chalets are all equipped to sleep four people and all linen and towels are provided. The motel offers a restaurant, conference facilities, braai facilities and a bar. Enjoy magnificent views of the majestic Drakensberg range.
from R495

Biggy Best Cottages

2 Reviews
Sleeps 33 in 15 rooms

Biggy Best Corporate Accommodation offers comfortable rooms for the corporate traveller to Howick. The hotel has 13 newly furnished rooms...
Biggy Best Corporate Accommodation offers comfortable rooms for the corporate traveller to Howick. The hotel has 13 newly furnished rooms on a bed and breakfast basis. The rooms are all decorated in sophisticated whites and brown, offering a clean and tranquil environment. Breakfast is available at an extra R50 per person per day, where guests can also make use of the Internet services. The large garden offers a quiet retreat after a busy day filled with meetings and business deals. This brand new facility offers the very best that Howick has to offer. Our reception staff can assist you in booking any activities you might like to enjoy during your visit. Activities include trout fishing, hiking to some of the waterfalls in the area and horse riding, to name a few.
from R750

Bulwer Mountain Park Hotel

5 Reviews
Sleeps 68 in 25 rooms

The Bulwer Mountain Park Hotel is a unique resort offering various activities to occupy the whole...
The Bulwer Mountain Park Hotel is a unique resort offering various activities to occupy the whole family. Facilities at the resort include a swimming pool, tennis court, squash, bowling green, volley ball, bass fishing and horse riding adventures. There are also guided walks to waterfalls, and natural forests in the surrounding area. This is no ordinary hotel. It is very different with its creaking floors, crooked doors, low ceilings and unusual ambiance attributed to the several ghostly characters said to reside on the property. In fact Bulwer Mountain Park Hotel is truly one of the few genuinely haunted hotels in the country. The hotel's décor will transport you back in time. Built in 1940, it has all the charm and grace of old homestead with authentic blackwood beams, high ceilings, ancient broadswords and battle-axes brought from England and Spain. The attractive cellar tavern is the perfect place for a pub lunch or game of darts. After dinner guests can settle down and relax in the comfort of their own luxurious rooms.
from R640

Beach Motel

5 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

The convenient location of Beach Motel makes it the ideal choice for holiday and business accommodation. The motel is a mere two minute...
The convenient location of Beach Motel makes it the ideal choice for holiday and business accommodation. The motel is a mere two minute walk from Ramsgate Blue Flag beach, and is also surrounded by great restaurants including Elgato's, Burlesque Cafe, Lobster Pot, Crayfish inn, Blue Lagoon and the famous Waffle House. Accommodation is offered in twelve rooms, and guests have a choice of Balcony Rooms or Non-Balcony Rooms. Each room features a private bathroom with a shower, queen-size bed, tea and coffee-making facilities and a TV.
from R390

Granny Mouse Country House

5 Reviews
Sleeps 70 in 30 rooms

Granny Mouse Country House and Spa is in the magnificent Caversham Valley in Balgowan and...
Granny Mouse Country House and Spa is in the magnificent Caversham Valley in Balgowan and surrounded by gardens overlooking conservancy areas on the Lion's River. This classic Country House hotel, with its reputation for excellence, is located an hour and a half from Durban and four and a half hours from Johannesburg. Award winning restaurants offer a range of menu items from relaxed Bistro though to Fine Dining in the Eaves restaurant. The refurbished property has retained its reputation for a relaxed gourmet experience, whilst introducing new menus and concepts to diners. Granny Mouse Country House & Spa is situated in the picturesque KwaZulu Natal Midlands at the foothills of the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg, one of South Africa’s world heritage sites. It offers accommodation as quaint as the name of the hotel implies. Old-world charm, embedded in the foundations of the hotel, complements the rural ambiance and modern comforts of the rooms and venues. Our accommodation, which has been newly refurbished, offers Garden Rooms, which face onto the gardens; Family Rooms, which sleep 4 and Deluxe Rooms, which overlook the Lion's River. Our newly built Deluxe Suites offer views of the Lion's River with corner lounges as well as panoramic views from the spacious window baths. This elegant hotel with two award winning restaurants is also the proud holder of the Diners Club wine list "2013 Diamond Award" since 2010. The chefs are renowned for creating pairing menus which can be served in the intimate setting of the wine cellar or in one of the restaurants. The evening is ended in the newly launched smoking (cigar) lounge which is gaining a reputation for its single malts and range of cigars . The Granny Mouse Country House Spa is situated in one of the most beautiful locations in South Africa. Rejuvenate all your senses besides the soothing sounds of the Lions River. The Granny Mouse Spa offers treatments for all preferences; you’ll be spoilt for choice with a full range of massage and beauty treatments, Jacuzzi and hydrotherapy as well as a steam room. The Spa team also offers the perfect solution for your special day or event as we do make-up for special occasions. Dreams are made in the land of Zulu's and Weddings are the stuff that dreams are made of - Weddings and Conferences are part of what we offer - catering to groups of up to 120 people whilst at all times maintaining service excellence and those little personal touches that create the memories. With our chapel and reception venue overlooking the Caversham Valley that can seat up to 120 guests and blessed with panoramic views that are unique to the area.
from R1840

Ocean Reef Hotel

3 Reviews
Sleeps 80 in 19 rooms

Ocean Reef Hotel is situated in Nkwazi and is directly linked to the beach via its own private boardwalk. It is located in an unspoilt...
Ocean Reef Hotel is situated in Nkwazi and is directly linked to the beach via its own private boardwalk. It is located in an unspoilt natural habitat with a lagoon surrounded by indigenous coastal dunelands and forests. The beach is unmatched for water sports activities such as surfing and deep sea fishing. A Mediterranean feel inspires the décor and menu of the restaurant. The menu offers great cuisine influenced by a diverse mix of cultures and cooking techniques. The Bamboo Lounge overlooks the ocean and seats guests inside and outside next to the infinity pool in an unsurpassed alfresco setting. The architectural design and ethos is a fresh Afro-Indonesian palette, using neutral colours and rustic tones to blend with the natural environment of milkwood trees, beach and bush. The complex is completely secure with automated gate-control access, a 24-hour guard, an electric fence around the perimeter and a guard house at the entrance to the complex.
from R2200

San Lameer Villa 2516

11 Reviews
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Villa 2516 is a luxury ground floor unit that leads onto a patio with barbecue facilities. The unit comprises of a bedroom with double-size...
Villa 2516 is a luxury ground floor unit that leads onto a patio with barbecue facilities. The unit comprises of a bedroom with double-size bed, a bathroom with bath, shower, basin, and toilet, and a fully-equipped kitchen for self-catering. The villa is privately owned and serviced daily. All linen except beach towels are provided. The villa is conveniently situated within walking distance to two freshwater pools, a hotel, restaurants, a library with Internet connection, and a convenience store. Sanlameer is a Blue Flag Status Beach with 24 hour security, shark nets, and lifeguards on duty.
from R795

Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort

2 Reviews
Sleeps 84 in 26 rooms

Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort is a spectacular Drakensberg resort situated in the Central...
Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort is a spectacular Drakensberg resort situated in the Central Drakensberg approximately four hours from Johannesburg and two and a half hours from Durban in the magnificent Champagne Valley. Welcome to the highest degree of service in central berg accommodation. Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort’s 9 hole, 18 tee golf course is certainly one of the most scenic with views of the magnificent Champagne Valley – including Monks Cowl itself, which is between the towering Champagne Castle and Cathkin Mountains and took on its name because it resembles a cleric’s attire from every tee. This view is unique among all Drakensberg resorts that form part of the Central Berg Accommodation. We have 35 superior hotel rooms either mountain or dam facing with two double beds, air conditioning, DStv, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar fridge and private patio. one executive suite with a king size bed with double shower, Jacuzzi bath, air conditioning, DStv, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar fridge and private patio. Also available are our eight newly built self-catering units, fully equipped with a master bedroom en-suite, second bedroom with twin beds and adjacent bathroom and two sleeper couches in the lounge, with DStv, fireplace for those chilly winter nights and private patio with braai facilities. Our new 18 hole adventure golf is a must for the whole family as well as new our magnificent rock swimming pool complete with waterfall and slide, kiddies play area with adventure jungle gym, swings and trampolines. The resort also has two tennis courts, badminton, volleyball, swing ball, fishing, mountain bike trails and much more. Guests can also enjoy a refreshing drink at the Rock Pool Bar whilst the little ones have fun around the pool. After a round of golf, guests can enjoy a substantial a la carte and pub menu at the Friar Tuck Pub and Restaurant which is open from 07H00 to late. Also look out for our weekly specials especially our famous Wednesday ox-tail special. After dinner, the bar crowd arrives to trade stories of the day’s play and for those that enjoy a hearty Sunday lunch – a buffet style feast is offered. Awesome adventure activities in the area are yours to enjoy from Tree-Top Canopy tours to White Water Tubing, hiking, the magnificent birds of prey centre, Drakensberg Boys Choir and so much more. If you are looking for that unique conference venue for your medium to small conferencing needs Gooderson Monks Cowl Resort can accommodate up to 60 delegates in our Maid Marion Conference Room or for those smaller groups one can meet in our business lounge for those informal strategy sessions. We can arrange a variety of team building activities at the resort or within close driving distance and not forgetting golf days at the resort for the corporate client. Look no further than Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort for that special day for your wedding venue where you can exchange your vows alongside our spectacular dam and then celebrate in style. We have a special wedding gift waiting for you – a night’s free accommodation for the bride and groom, a romantic rose petal turn down and two night’s free accommodation to welcome you back on your first wedding anniversary.
from R1530

Old Halliwell Country Inn

6 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 14 rooms

Built in the 1830’s and set on 250 acres of rolling lawns and forests overlooking the Karkloof Valley, Old Halliwell captures the charms...
Built in the 1830’s and set on 250 acres of rolling lawns and forests overlooking the Karkloof Valley, Old Halliwell captures the charms and traditions of a more gracious age. Originally built as a fortified farmhouse, the main building now houses a library, games room, lounge, cosy bar and cigar lounge with a wrap-around patio and the Lemon and Lavender restaurant for all your culinary needs. There are 15 large private en-suite bedrooms leading onto the garden with heated towel rails, DStv, tea and coffee-making facilities, open fireplaces and scenic views from their patios. The Halliwell Hall has the capacity for up to 260 guests for weddings or 360 guests for conferencing, but can be partitioned for smaller groups. Smithy’s Chapel seats 120 guests with a poolside gazebo, horse and carriage hire and photographic gardens. Old Halliwell is ideal for any celebration. Enhancing the landscape is the Old Halliwell rest home for horses, where loving owners have sent their fine steeds to while away their golden years in lush green pastures in the heart of the Midlands. The magnificent Midlands consist of golf courses, trout fishing opportunities, winding rivers, spectacular waterfalls, wild flowers and brilliant bird life. Explore the Midlands Meander with its many art galleries, restaurants and craft shops.
from R1170

Sandford Park Country Hotel

46 Reviews
Sleeps 200 in 50 rooms

Situated with views of the Drakensberg Mountains, Sandford Park Country Hotel is steeped in history...
Situated with views of the Drakensberg Mountains, Sandford Park Country Hotel is steeped in history with an eclectic mix of old and new, romanticizing one’s senses. Established in 1850 as a British garrison for troops sent to relieve the besieged town of Ladysmith. Sandford Park allows the history of the region to narrate the essence of the hotel. Located conveniently off the N3 between Johannesburg and Durban, the hotel features 26 double/twin rooms and 24 executive rooms. Sandford’s 41 hectares of unsurpassed natural beauty and tranquility takes advantage of the dramatic views of the seductive Berg. Visitors are offered an opportunity to escape to a country style hotel, with activities from bass fishing and bird watching to nature walks.
from R1080

Premier Hotel Edwardian

2 Reviews
Sleeps 88 in 44 rooms

The Premier Hotel Edwardian is situated in the coastal town of Port Edward and offers luxury accommodation with panoramic views of the...
The Premier Hotel Edwardian is situated in the coastal town of Port Edward and offers luxury accommodation with panoramic views of the shimmering Indian Ocean or lush coastal hillsides from the individual balconies of the guest rooms. This Tuscan-styled resort is the ideal hotel for families and business travellers alike. The Premier Hotel Edwardian's 44 air-conditioned bedrooms make it perfectly suited for both families and for the business traveller. Rooms have air-conditioning, private balconies, en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee-making facilities and select DStv channels. The hotel facilities include room service, a laundry service, 24-hour reception and concierge, a hospitality lounge, Internet access and a swimming pool. Premier Hotel Edwardian's Mariners Restaurant offers diners a choice of á la carte or buffet meals. With such exceptional surroundings, excellent service and accommodation, this Tuscan-style hotel caters for all your needs, be it business or pleasure.
from R830

Howick Falls Hotel

1 Review
Sleeps 46 in 18 rooms

Situated within 70 minutes of Durban and just 20 minutes from Pietermaritzburg, the Howick Falls Hotel offers its guests comfortable and...
Situated within 70 minutes of Durban and just 20 minutes from Pietermaritzburg, the Howick Falls Hotel offers its guests comfortable and affordable accommodation. Whether you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, on a business venture, or going on holiday, the Howick Falls Hotel offers itself as an idyllic destination and convenient stop over. Steeped in History and old world glamour, and transporting you to a time when carefree living and opulence was the order of the day, this elegant hotel will cater for your every need. Our rooms are fitted with a selection of Digital Satellite Television channels and individual air-conditioning units ensuring that you are entertained in comfort. Our guests are offered free internet access and will find tea and coffee making facilities in their rooms. Conference and boardroom facilities on site mean that you will not have to venture far to present or attend to those important meetings. Situated near the splendour of the Howick Falls, and within walking distance of most major high street stores, you will find all your retail and business requirements met within your immediate surroundings. The Howick Falls Hotel, a land mark in Howick, is positioned within close proximity of popular attractions such as The Midmar Dam, Karkloof Canopy Tours, WESSA (Wildlife And Environmental Society Of South Africa), the Nelson Mandela Capture Site, and is situated directly across from the Howick Museum. Come and visit as we look forward to meeting you.
from R980

Nolangeni Hotel

1 Review
Sleeps 79 in 40 rooms

Nolangeni Hotel is newly refurbished and is currently the only hotel situated in the historic town of Kokstad. The ideal stop over for...
Nolangeni Hotel is newly refurbished and is currently the only hotel situated in the historic town of Kokstad. The ideal stop over for company representatives and small groups travelling in the area. Kokstad is a town in the Sisonke District of KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa. Kokstad is named after the Griqua chief Adam Kok III who settled there in 1863. Kokstad is built on the outer slopes of the Drakensberg and is 1,302 meters above sea level. Behind it, Mount Currie rises to a height of 2,224 meters. This South Western tip of KwaZulu-Natal is the southern gateway to the entire KwaZulu-Natal midlands and Eastern Cape including The Wild Coast. The location is cradled by the mighty Drakensberg, the Nungi and Ingeli Mountains, and characterized by numerous rivers and streams, wide open spaces and unspoilt valleys, covering an area of 4000 square kilometers. The diverse and interesting fauna, flora and geographical features of the region, and the sweeping panoramic views, make this area the unspoilt jewel of the province. Nolangeni Hotel offers 24-hour reception with 40 tastefully decorated, spacious en-suite rooms with either a bath or shower. Guests have a choice between king, double, or twin beds. All cottage-style rooms are furnished stylishly with modern fittings. All the bedrooms have TV’s with the choice of ten DStv channels, tea and coffee making facilities and telephones. A safe is available at reception for valuables.
from R1160

Camelot Boutique Hotel

2 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 10 rooms

Camelot Boutique Hotel is situated in Newcastle in the Free State. It is under two hours’ drive from Harrismith and surrounded by towns...
Camelot Boutique Hotel is situated in Newcastle in the Free State. It is under two hours’ drive from Harrismith and surrounded by towns such as Wakkerstroom and Vryheid. Here guests have a choice of accommodation. There are double, presidential and family rooms in the hotel, Merlin is ideal for the single traveller, and then there is also two honeymoon suites. All the rooms are air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms with televisions with DStv connections and Wi-Fi Internet access. Guests also have hair dryers, bar fridges, and safes at their disposal. There is secured parking on the premises and guests can enjoy a lap or two in the indoor swimming pool. There is also an on-site restaurant where guests can dine at their leisure.
from R600

Zulu Nyala Heritage Hotel

Sleeps 204 in 102 rooms

Originally built in the 1940's at the famous watering hole along the Lourenco Marques (Maputo) route, this gracious old hotel was purchased...
Originally built in the 1940's at the famous watering hole along the Lourenco Marques (Maputo) route, this gracious old hotel was purchased and then restored to its former colonial grandeur. The new accommodation facilities are themed to highlight Zululand's own cultural development. Guests can take a time out between their African adventures to relax next to the sparkling pool or in one of the bars or entertainment areas. Sundowners are a fine part of old colonial tradition that really should be observed. The Zulu Nyala Heritage Hotel also has a small library, as well as a beautifully stocked curio shop for your browsing pleasure. The outdoor boma can seat 180 people and an alfresco dining area is available as well as a TV and games lounge. Be sure to keep an eye out for the impala, nyala, warthog, zebra, blesbok and Zulu nguni cattle that roam freely on the property. Adjacent to the hotel is the fascinating Zulu Cultural Village, where the residents still live and practice Zulu traditions as their ancestors did a hundred years ago. A visit will expose you to traditional Zulu beer and spear making; sangomas who can read your future in the bones they throw; the Zulu stick fighting; bead and basket making and the high-kicking, rhythmic Zulu dancing. Zulu Nyala Heritage Hotel is ideally situated for access to many 'heritage' and conservation sites in the region, which guests may explore privately. Sites include the greater St Lucia Estuary, Hluhluwe, Umfolozi and Mkuzi Game Reserves, Sodwana Bay and various Zulu cultural villages. Visit Zulu Nyala Heritage Hotel for a cultural experience like no other.
from R2040

Gooderson Natal Spa Hot Springs & Leisure Resort

21 Reviews
Sleeps 232 in 93 rooms

Gooderson Natal Spa Hot Springs & Leisure Resort is situated on the road between Vryheid and...
Gooderson Natal Spa Hot Springs & Leisure Resort is situated on the road between Vryheid and Paulpietersburg on the Battlefields Route. Famed for its hot mineral waters, the resort has access to about four kilometers of the Bivane River flowing through the property. Each room has tea/coffee making facilities and TV, offering 11 channels including M-Net. Facilities in the hotel include a spacious dining room and terrace offering lovely views of the garden and pool areas. To revitalize mind and body, there is the recent addition of the Wellness and Beauty Centre. The resort is also fully equipped for wedding receptions, and has three well-equipped conference rooms accommodating between 10 – 120 delegates. For the action-seeking adventurers, there are quad bike trails, squash, tennis, hiking, birding trails, mountain bike trails and fishing. The main attractions are of course the mineral water pools and a great 110m long super-tube.
from R1045

Royal Hotel

10 Reviews
Sleeps 133 in 71 rooms

The gentle elegance of a comfortable small hotel offering first class warmth and caring service, awaits you on arrival in this famous...
The gentle elegance of a comfortable small hotel offering first class warmth and caring service, awaits you on arrival in this famous landmark. For over 100 years, visiting members of Royal families, international and local statesmen, celebrities and businessmen have preferred to stay at the Royal Hotel, where each guest is assured of privacy, comfort and care. Nestled in the heart of the “ Battlefields Route “ the countryside is steeped in history, a history of conflict, bravery and survival, where battles between Zulu, Brit, Boer and Voortrekker shaped the history of South Africa. The Royal Hotel has 71 elegant, tastefully decorated, air conditioned rooms that offer a harmonious combination of comfort and modernism to meet the needs of business travelers. Warm and inviting, each room has been elegantly appointed with soft fabrics and all the amenities and comforts a discerning traveler expects. Spacious bedrooms offer elegant and stylish accommodation for guests seeking that little extra. All the Royal’s rooms contain an extensive array of facilities which include : colour televisions, tea and coffee hospitality trays, toiletries, direct dialing telephones, en suite bathrooms, internet connections & turn down service. The perfect place to mix business with pleasure, conveniently located midway between Durban and Johannesburg & being in the centre of Northern Natal makes this Hotel the ideal destination for business executives, weary travelers and tourists. Six individual conference rooms are available, from the intimate board room to Sir Reay's where up to 200 delegates can be accommodated. The Royal Hotel offers a cost effective meeting point for combined staff training from other areas. Our different and interesting restaurants offer menus to suit your requirements, from light lunches to full dinners, and sumptuous breakfasts.
from R1460

Blue Marlin Hotel

11 Reviews
Sleeps 320 in 120 rooms

The Blue Marlin Hotel is situated on KwaZulu-Natal's popular South Coast, just 40 minutes south of Durban. Nestled in sub-tropical gardens...
The Blue Marlin Hotel is situated on KwaZulu-Natal's popular South Coast, just 40 minutes south of Durban. Nestled in sub-tropical gardens with a sparkling pool and an ocean view to take your breath away, the Blue Marlin is one of those excellent family hotels where guests intermingle and return year after year. The hotel offers 120 en-suite rooms, each with a telephone, M-Net and ceiling fan. Features also include a swimming pool, games room, beauty salon, and a hairdresser on site. Meet new friends in one of our bars and experience exceptional service in our dining room. Join in the fun of our daily and evening entertainment - there will never be a dull moment. For parents with young children, there is a baby pool and babysitting can be arranged, plus a trampoline and in peak school holidays a children's entertainer is available. Nearby sporting facilities in Scottburgh include excellent golf courses, a bowling green, diving, horse riding, squash courts and of course, fishing. Parents can relax while children enjoy the thrill of the water slide and a famous miniature steam train.
from R1450

Pakamisa Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 32 in 8 rooms

Superbly located on the high plateau of the Pakamisa Mountain, Pakamisa Lodge affords breathtaking views over the evergreen valley and...
Superbly located on the high plateau of the Pakamisa Mountain, Pakamisa Lodge affords breathtaking views over the evergreen valley and plains of the Pongola River and the surrounding mountains. Far away from any stress or hectic pace, our guests appreciate and enjoy the exclusive, intimate atmosphere, especially as accommodation is limited to a maximum of 16 guests. The unique Italo-Spanish architecture and style of the Pakamisa Lodge blends the finest of European and African ambiance. Our eight spacious, tastefully-decorated suites offer the highest standards for comfort and complete relaxation. Each suite, comprising a bedroom, lounge, deluxe-bathroom (bath, shower, two basins and separate toilet), wardrobe and own veranda, is fully equipped with in-room electronic safe, mini-bar and tea/coffee facilities. Each suite has been individually styled after an African animal, a theme picked up in valuable paintings and local artifacts. The solid brick buildings and ceilings up to eight metres high create a pleasant indoor climate found only in the legendary tropical hotels of bygone days. The impressive Main House, with an eclectic mix of African and European art and antiques, offers the finest atmosphere for either quiet relaxation or socializing with friends and other guests. Meet new friends around the grand fireplace in the spacious Living Room. Choose a good book from the extensive Hotel Library that contains many treasures to delight the most discerning bibliophile in a variety of languages. Sip a cocktail in the cosy Hunter's Bar with its intimate atmosphere. Relax and enjoy wonderful music on the sweeping terrace with its panoramic views of spectacular Africa. Our pool terrace, also with spectacular views, offers guests an oasis of tranquility where light snacks and exotic drinks can be enjoyed after a refreshing swim in the large Rock Pool. The elegant El Prado restaurant with its reputation for pleasing the most fastidious gourmet strives for perfection in hospitality, entertainment and fine dining: From a sumptuous breakfast up to a light lunch Afternoon tea and sundowners Romantic alfresco dining on the covered veranda Gala Diner with concert entertainment All in a stylish but comfortable atmosphere. The cuisine, as well as the wines and liquors from our cellar, are of the highest international standards. Or a perfect day can be rounded off around a crackling campfire under the stars enjoying the natural nocturne of the African night. Pakamisa Lodge - Seminars and Conferences You tell us your requirements ­ we will organize all facilities for you in this unique and beautiful setting. The lodge has at its disposal all the latest technical equipment, including audio-visual facilities, to ensure a smooth-running event. The pure, crystal mountain air of Pakamisa is guaranteed to invigorate and inspire those creative spirits. Please request our special rates for seminars and conferences and our block-booking conditions.
from R5200

Cathedral Peak Hotel

16 Reviews
Sleeps 213 in 142 rooms

Cathedral Peak Hotel is famous for warm hospitality, luxurious accommodation and excellent cuisine. This award winning resort has achieved...
Cathedral Peak Hotel is famous for warm hospitality, luxurious accommodation and excellent cuisine. This award winning resort has achieved the perfect balance between being a family resort and a premier conference venue. Accommodation, ranging from Family Rooms to the Presidential Suite, is available to SafariNow.com clients. A wide range of sporting facilities offered at the hotel includes daily guided walks, guided horse and pony rides, archery, quad bikes, tennis, squash,swimming, bowls, volleyball, table tennis, badminton, floodlit mini-adventure golf and trout fishing, biking, Wi-Fi Internet. The hotel’s immaculate 9-hole golf course has been termed The Thinking Golfer’s Course and has alternate tees for a challenging 18-hole game. A stunning recreational area complete with a heated pool, gym and steam bath, is set against the backdrop of the spectacular Cathedral range. The terraced landscape incorporates rocks and flora indigenous to the Cathedral Peak area and the pool bar and braai boma offer spectacular views of the valley and golf course – a popular setting for early evening sundowners. For an unforgettable experience, guests have the unique opportunity of lifting off in the hotel’s resident helicopter to obtain a bird’s eye view of the majestic mountains. In the evenings, guests spend time with friends and family in Albert’s Cocktail Bar around a roaring log fire, or in the informal Harry’s Bar for a game of pool or darts. The hotels children's dining room operates from 5.30pm until 9.30pm. Children are not allowed in the adults dining room after 8pm. The evening dress code in the dining room is smart-casual (no shorts after 6.30pm). Children are welcome to join their parents in Alberts Cocktail Bar at any time, however children cannot be seated at the bar counter due to liquor law stipulations. Children are also welcome in the main hotel lounge where they can relax with their parents. Rates are per person daily and inclusive of dinner, bed and breakfast, mid morning and afternoon tea. The first two people in a room are charged an adults sharing rate regardless of the age. Please note that different rates for children are applicable for peak seasons, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs. Airport transfers can also be arranged through third party contractors.
from R2130

KwaZulu-Natal South Africa

KwaZulu-Natal Hotel 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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