About Heritage Guest House
Heritage Guest House is a gracious home built in 1925 which stands proudly under a huge old oak tree in Farquhar Road, Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, on the historic Battlefields route.
With four spacious suites and one self-catering unit in a tranquil garden setting, Heritage truly lives up to its name. Classic and elegant in décor and design, all our rooms are en-suite with showers and have private access, giving you the freedom to come and go as you please.
A pristine swimming pool is available for your use, as well as secure parking, and all our rooms feature private bathrooms, DStv and tea and coffee-making facilities. A hearty breakfast is included in your rate and homely, wholesome dinners can also be served, by prior arrangement.
The friendly, efficient staff at Heritage will do their utmost to ensure your comfort during your stay, whether you’re in Northern Natal on business or for leisure.
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