Leopards and Louries Bush Lodge

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation In Camperdown

The amazing view over natural bush and the peace and tranquillity at Leopards & Louries Bush Lodge make it difficult to believe that the business centres of Durban, Pinetown and Pietermaritzburg are so close.

Leopards & Louries is an up-market B&B just off the N3 which runs between Durban and Pietermaritzburg. The Lodge is beautifully decorated in a "rustic but smart" style with a wildlife theme and has a magnificent view overlooking unspoilt bushveld with KZN's Table Mountain in the background. Several species of game may be spotted from the Lodge and the birdlife is exceptional.

Two double bedrooms face the view, are en-suite and offer DStv, tea/coffee trays and wide shaded verandas. Internet and E-Mail facilities are available. Our magnificent sun deck is the choice spot for breakfast with a cozy dining room available for inclement weather. Undercover parking available, in a secure garden, with remote controlled gates.

Owners John and Pearl are always in attendance to ensure personalized hospitality. John is a registered Tour Guide and can arrange airport transfers. A wide range of tours may also be arranged to the many places of interest in Kwa Zulu Natal such as the Zululand game Reserves - the Big 5, the Battlefields, the Drakensberg Mountains and the North and South coastlines, as well as local tours to the cities of Durban and Pietermaritzburg and the Midlands. Tala game Reserve is very popular for those who do not have time to travel to Zululand and is situated a mere 15 minutes away from Leopards & Louries.

Many of KZN's most famous private schools are also situated close to the Lodge, such as Kearsney College, Hilton College, St Charles, St Johns, St Anne's as well as Maritzburg College.

Some of South Africa's most famous sporting events take place in this region. The Comrades marathon route runs only 2kms from the Lodge and the Duzi Canoe marathon takes place on our doorstep.

Other local events are the famous Midmar Mile, the Royal Show, and Art in The Park and Idube Race meetings.