About Beverley Country Cottages
Beverley Country Cottages is set in the beautiful Dargle Valley of the Natal Midlands, on the farm Beverley, where the early Irish settlers set up home in the late 1800’s. It is part of the Midlands Meander, a haven for world class artists and craftsmen and where one can experience a gentler pace of life, while enjoying our friendly hospitality and comfortable accommodations.All four of our cottages, The Hayloft, Dairy, Stables and Thatched Cottages, are superbly set up for self-catering, although breakfast and dinners are available on request. All bedrooms are en-suite with most having a shower and a bath. The central lounges have log fireplaces, bringing a sense of coziness to those chilly wintery days. The cottages are ideal for a variety of stays from a romantic and peaceful getaway to a fun-filled family holiday, as they can sleep two, four, six and eight guests respectively. Each has their own veranda and special views. Fishing, walking and exploring the indigenous forests can be arranged.In the original stone homestead, built in 1913, there are an additional two large rooms with oregan floors and ceilings, which are offered on a bed and breakfast basis only. Enjoy the splendour of these elegant rooms, while relaxing in the grand Victorian baths or the comfortable sleigh, or four-poster beds. They each have their own separate entrances off a shared veranda.Get away from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life and step into a world of peace and tranquility. Experience the country and the beautiful scenery that surrounds us.“There is no better place to relax and unwind than in these beautiful, peaceful surroundings.”
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Things to do in and around Dargle
(7.4 km from Dargle)
The Nelson Mandela Memorial, at Madiba's Capture Site, marks the 50-year anniversary of what began Nelson Mandela's "long walk to freedom". A highly acclaimed sculpture by artist Marco Cianfanelli is centre point of the Memorial Site.
(7.4 km from Dargle)
Madiba fans and struggle history buffs all make their political pilgrimage to the Mandela Capture Monument. This significant site is where the world's most famous anti-apartheid activist, Nelson Mandela, was apprehended while driving incognito from ...
(9.7 km from Dargle)
Midmar Dam is a dam and recreation area near Pietermaritzburg (near Howick), South Africa. Boating, swimming, water-skiing, picnicking, and fishing are popular pastimes at Midmar Dam. Each year, the Midmar Mile swimming race is held there, which...
(10 km from Dargle)
Situated just seven kilometres from Howick and 24 kilometres from Pietermaritzburg, the Midmar Dam Nature Reserve is a great spot for locals and visitors alike. The large fresh water dam is fed by the uMngeni River, offering a fun water sports and...