About Everglades Country Hotel
The Everglades Hotel is situated at the foot of the Inhlosane Mountain approximately 35 kilometres from Howick in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, South Africa. The emphasis is on peace and quiet, good food, friendly service and value-for-money. Mountain hike on your doorstep, tennis, pool, pub, massage or bowling, table tennis, billiards. Excellent bird-watching opportunities.
Horse riding in area and we are on the Midlands Meander Art & Craft Route.
3 Conference & Wedding venues.
To do in our area: lavender farms and wrought iron works to thirst quenching breweries. Children are catered for too: animal farms, candle dipping and delicious home-made ice cream, so your days in our beautiful valley will be memorable.
Spa: We offer, hot stone massages, manicures, facials, pedicures.
Golf: Watch this space 9 Hole Golf course coming
Wedding Venues: We can accommodate up to 150 guests, and seat 120 at the moment. We also have a venue which seats 80, onother 40 comfortably, some with indoor fireplaces and dance floors. Outdoor area for ceremony or indoor area as well.
Conference Venues: We can accommodate 120 delegates sharing. Three different size venue sites, with breakaway rooms, toilets. Data Projector, wi-fi, whiteboards, flip charts, sound. Teambuilding outdoor space and mountain to utilise.
Family friendly: New play area with swings, jungle gym, roundabout, swings, trampolines, slide. Swimming pool, tennis court, table tennis and pool table. Setting up small animal enclosure for kids and indoor play area.
Romantic: Executive rooms, offer underfloor heating and we can place chocolates and champagne in the Rooms on request. Have a massage, relax in the fresh country air, take a hike up the mountain or go horse riding half an hour away.
No refunds will be made in the event of accommodation being taken up late or in the event of an early departure
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling