Bonnie Highlands Bed and Breakfast
About Bonnie Highlands Bed and Breakfast
Bonnie Highlands is a beautiful old Colonial homestead set in a lush, wooded garden with commanding views of the town and the majestic Drakensberg in the distance.
The bed and breakfast offers two double and three twin en-suite rooms which are stylishly appointed and look out to the quite and tranquil gardens. This home from home base is the ideal place to relax whether on business or on holiday.
There is a an excellent 18-hole golf course nearby and the Anglo Boer War sites are literally on our door step. Less than an hour away you can loose yourself in the wanders of the mighty Drakensberg or travel half an hour to the Nambithi Conservancy, a ten thousand hectare big five reserve and world renowned interactive Cheetah center.
Owner run, Bonnie Highlands guarantees you a most enjoyable and memorable stay.
Bonnie Highlands Bed and Breakfast Map
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