About Hillbilly's Cottages
Hillbilly’s Cottages are situated on Weltevreden Farm in Champagne Valley in the Central Drakensberg - an area which boasts some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable. The area consists of four valleys, beginning with the Champagne Valley in the Central Berg, through the Cathedral Peak and Didima Valley, then the Royal Natal National Park and Amphitheatre Valley and on to the Middledale Pass Valley in the Northern Berg. Champagne Valley is noted for its many different sporting activities, especially golf, for which there are numerous challenging golf courses.
Hillybilly’s Cottages are all unique and each self-catering cottage can accommodate between two and six guests. Each cottage is fully equipped for self-catering and features its own private bathroom. Bath towels are provided but guests must bring their own swimming towels. In addition, there are also electric heaters and blankets or a fireplace in most of the cottages.
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Things to do in and around Central Drakensberg
(35.5 km from Central Drakensberg)
The Falcon Ridge Bird of Prey Centre is found in Champagne Valley in the Drakensberg and is open every day apart from Friday. The shows are thrilling; highlighting the power, speed and intelligence of the birds. An insight into Falconry is included...
(66.1 km from Central Drakensberg)
The Reptile Centre is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am. R50 per adult and R20 per child u12 years. An opportunity to feel and learn about a range of reptiles.
(36.8 km from Central Drakensberg)
9-18 hole golf course! Many well known players have played here before!
(54.8 km from Central Drakensberg)
The 10 km Cathedral Peak Hiking Trail is a tough 6 to 7 hours hike requiring a high level of fitness. Start from Cathedral Peak Hotel and walk up the footpath to the Cathedral Ridge. A fair amount of rock scrambling is often required in the gorge...