About Bullers Rest Lodge
This charming, upmarket, country-style thatched lodge is situated in the leafy suburbs of Ladysmith, in the heart of the Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer War Battlefields. We offer spacious, comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation as well as delicious dinners on request in a family atmosphere.Relax with a drink in our famous "Boer War" Pub and lose yourself amongst the original battlefield artifacts which surround you or on our magnificent sun deck overlooking Ladysmith and watch the sun set over the majestic Drakensberg mountains. We have 13 comfortable, single and double en-suite rooms, which include three family rooms. All of the rooms are equipped with Television, DStv, Heaters, Fans, Tea/Coffee facilities. We also have a secure parking facility as well as a safe to store any valuable items. Commercial travellers and Sales representatives very welcome! The Ladysmith Golf Course is but stones throw away for those of you who prefer less historical walk.
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