About Hunters Lodge
Hunters Lodge is centrally situated in the busy town of Ladysmith. We pride ourselves on providing a restful oasis for the weary traveller and offer a home from home atmosphere; arrive as strangers and leave as friends. We also ensure that our breakfasts satisfy the most discerning of palates and hungriest of the hungry. We enjoy what we do and are passionate about giving value for money.
Hunters Lodge comprises of six superior rooms with bath and shower and ten standard rooms with shower, air-conditioning, and electric blankets for those chilly nights, select DStv, tea and coffee-making facilities and are all separate from the main building. We have secure off street parking. Our rooms are extremely comfortable and are maintained to the highest of standards. Our manicured gardens add to the restful ambience that we take pride in offering to our guests.
Ladysmith is strategically situated 2.5 hours from Durban and 3.5 hours from Johannesburg. We are 80 km from Champagne valley in the central Drakensberg and are within easy reach of the Northern berg. We are on the main route from KwaZulu-Natal to Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Ladysmith (KwaZulu-Natal)
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As you travel on the N3 linking Durban and Johannesburg, only 8 km off the motorway near Ladysmith, you'll arrives at the famous Battlefield of Spion Kop. Over a century ago on the 24th January 1900, Spion Kop was the scene of a bloody and futile...
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The legendary Mahatma Gandhi, among many other things, served with General Buller's relief forces after the Siege of Ladysmith. He also trained 1100 Indians who participated in the battle. In 1993 the Hindu community paid tribute to the work of...