Kusane Durban is situated at the top of the upmarket suburb of Morningside, which forms part of Durban's Berea, the steep hill that surrounds the city centre, main beaches and harbour.
The location at 149 Trematon Drive is less than a 10-15 minute drive from the beaches, the city and the booming satellite city of Umhlanga to the North, and just around the corner from trendy Florida Road with its restaurants, shops and entertainment.
The large 1920s-era house has four self-catering units that serve holiday guests and business visitors. Two are two cottages, as well as two units on the upper floor of the main house.
Garden Cottage sleeps three to four people and has two bedrooms, a bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and living room with a sofa bed.
Pool Cottage sleeps two and has one bedroom with en suite bathroom, and an open plan living area including well equipped kitchen.
City View is a suite in the main house that sleeps three, with one bedroom, a small living area with sofa bed and tiny kitchenette, and a bathroom.
The smallest unit, Burman Room, sleeps two and comprises one room with two single beds and a bathroom.
There is free WiFi and each unit has a TV with a B&B package.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the swimming pool.
There is off-street parking and a washing machine and tumble dryer on the back deck of the main house are available for all guests.
In 2018 Mercer, the world’s largest human resources consulting firm, ranked Durban 89th on its international Quality of Living Survey — higher than South Africa’s two other major cities, Johannesburg and Cape Town. While foreign tourists flock to Cape Town, it is not surprising that South Africans have made Durban the most popular national tourism destination. Durban has dozens of stunning beaches — the main beachfront is a magical place enjoyed in large numbers by the city’s major African, Indian and white populations — with top-notch sports facilities and great leisure and entertainment facilities. The city of more than three million people also has a thriving business sector and the Southern Hemisphere’s busiest port.