About Panorama Hideaway
Panorama Hideaway is located in a small town named the Underberg in the Mzimkulu River valley of KwaZulu-Natal.This self-catering ground floor flat can accommodate up to two guests and features a fully equipped kitchen with a two-plate stove, a slow cooker, a microwave, a kettle and a toaster. There is also a small lounge leading onto a veranda with a Braai overlooking the beautiful garden. Big attractions in the area are trips up the famous Sani Pass to the Highest Pub in Africa, mountain biking, horse trails, river rafting, birding trips, golf at the local Country Club, the Himeville Museum, trout fishing, and hiking.Panorama Hideaway is tranquil, quiet and safe. It is rural and very picturesque. A hidden gem.Free wi fi and free safe undercover parking are available.
Romantic: A private, getaway for a discerning couple who appreciate the tranquility of rural life in a small South African town.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Underberg
(4.6 km from Underberg)
Have a blast in the foothills of the Southern Drakensberg. Situated 4 km from the country village of Underberg, Sani Spoors is the ideal mountain biking and trail running venue. The diverse trails range from single track through pine forests to...
(27.8 km from Underberg)
Garden Castle Nature Reserve is situated in the Ukahlamba Drakensberg National Park and 25 km from The Old Hatchery. The reserve offers a number of stunning hikes ranging from short and easy to long and challenging. The caves, rivers, natural...
(0 km from Underberg)
The five-day Giant's Cup Trail is one of the easier hiking trails in the Drakensberg. The best time to do it is in during spring or autumn when the weather is milder. Winters can be extremely cold and it often snows. Overnight accommodation is in...
(0.2 km from Underberg)
The Funky Cow is a quaint, eclectic little shop rooted in Underberg opposite the local Spar. Its well worth a visit as it sells gorgeous traditional Basotho blankets (since they’re on the border of Lesotho and the famous Sani Pass). You’ll also find...