Elandsheim is situated in the heart of the famous Zulu, Anglo and Boer battle sites, 55 km from Dundee, halfway between Johannesburg and Durban. We are surrounded by privately owned game reserves, rivers and waterfalls and magnificent Zululand thornveld scenery.

Originally developed by the Elandskraal Lutheran Church as a retreat, Elandsheim now also caters for school groups, youth groups and tourists; and is available for hire as a wedding and conference venue.

Accommodation

En-suite rooms
 

  • 4 en-suite rooms
  • One bathroom shared between two rooms.
    Cabins

    Each cabin sleeps up to 8 people comfortably: We have 4 cabins with en-suite bathrooms & 6 Cabins with shared ablutions.
     
  • Each cabin contains 4 beds at floor level and 4 mattresses in an upstairs loft.
    Camping
    Unlimited camping space is available with 6 stands with electricity.
     
  • Clean ablution blocks with hot water available.
Facilities
  • big game (less than 30km)
  • braai / barbecue - communal
  • braai / barbecue - onsite
  • conference venue onsite
  • fishing (less than 3km)
  • fishing onsite
  • game drives (less than 30km)
  • horse riding (less than 5km)
  • horse riding onsite
  • hunting (less than 30km)
  • kitchen (fully equipped)
  • kitchen communal
  • lake onsite
  • medical facilities (less than 5km)
  • nature trail (less than 2km)
  • parking all onsite
  • rock art (less than 20km)
  • tea / coffee making facilities
  • television in communal area
  • washing machine onsite

Directions


From Dundee:



Take the R33 to Pomeroy. Approximately 40km from Dundee, look
for the Elandsheim / Elandskraal turnoff on your left. Travel along a gravel
road for 14km until you see the Elandsheim Lutheran Church on your left. Take
the first left and left again into Elandsheim.





From Pietermaritzburg:



Head for Greytown on the R33. After Greytown, take the
Dundee turn-off. You will travel through Tugela Ferry and Pomeroy, still on the
R33. About 7km after Pomeroy, look for the Elandsheim / Elandskraal turn-off on
the right. Travel along a gravel road for 14km until you see the Elandsheim
Lutheran Church on your left. Take the first left and left again into Elandsheim.