About Convent Hill Lodge B&B
Convent Hill Lodge B&B is situated in Ladysmith, serving as a gateway to the central and northern Drakensberg. The peaks of the mountains form an elegant backdrop to the town, particularly in winter when a light blanket of snow graces its pinnacles.
We offer ten comfortable rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Each room consists of air-conditioning, tea and coffee facilities, DStv, Wi-Fi and a fridge with a bottle of water inside on arrival. Breakfast is included and dinner can be arranged on request.
There are lovely braai facilities in the tranquil garden for some fun social gatherings. The lodge has secure under-cover parking available. We have an on-site guide to arrange tours to the surrounding areas and the Drakensberg.
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