We invite you to share in the exquisitely beautiful and unique splendor
surrounding award winning Ridgeview Lodge. A warm welcome to peace and
tranquility, where one can experience the charm, luxury and generous comfort of
this gracious, owner managed Guest House. Enjoy the ambiance and promise of
comfort in an unhurried , peaceful AHome from Home@ atmosphere. Your hosts, Gary
and Tosca, pride themselves in offering warm hospitality, friendliness with
personalized service The perfect choice for accommodation to ensure an
exhilarating memorable and soulfully relaxing stay
Indulge yourself in the magnificent , unequaled views over Durban and the sea
afforded by our unique position ideally situated high up on the tranquil Berea
in one of the cities well established up-market suburbs. Centrally located and
in easy reach of fine restaurants, shops, galleries, markets, theaters , beach 4
km, city 4km , ICC 4 km, airport 15 km, golf courses uShaka Island Aquarium (22
million liters) Victoria Indian Market and numerous tourist attractions, are all
close at hand .The ideal stopover to the Drakensburg Mountains, Midlands Meander
, Battle Fields , Hluhluwe / Umfolozi Game Parks .
Read a book , enjoy forty winks or laze beside the sun drenched, sparkling
swimming pool set in landscaped sub-tropical gardens ringed with tall palm
trees. It's hard to imagine that you are in a city . In the evenings relax and
leisurely enjoy sun-downers in the English pub and veranda
For dinner, we will gladly , advise, and make restaurant reservations for you to
sample the diverse cuisine of the 32 restaurants, all within 2km of the Lodge
There are 7 individual, stylishly decorated, double/twin en suite bedrooms each
creating their own elegant character. Fully appointed with remote controlled
air-conditioner, TV plus satellite, radio / alarm clock , direct dial telephone
, Wi-Fi, safety-deposit box , hair-dryer, crisp white Awaffle cloth@ bathrobes
and towels , tea/coffee tray and biscuits , plus iced drinking water. Five
bedrooms have private entrances leading onto the garden.
A full hearty South African plus a Continental buffet breakfast with a choice of
cheeses, breads and rolls, cold meats, pates, fresh fruit and yoghurt are served
along with the finest of teas and coffees .
Plenty of secure off-street parking is provided for behind remote controlled
electric gates and security fencing
We also offer, laundry, office facilities, restaurant and tour itinerary
A computer is available to download all your awaited e-mail messages.
From the city
Take the sunken Berea Road/King Dinuzulu north,N3, heading west out of Durban towards Pietermaritzburg, keep left and take the second turnoff ridge exit 3. Go up passed the shell garage to the traffic lights and turn left into South Ridge Road/Mazisi Kunen, go through the next set of traffic lights (Clark and Mazisi Kunen) go up the hill and turn left into Loudoun Road opposite Entabeni hospital which will be on your right.
From Pietermaritzburg-Johannesburg/N3 Highway
Head towards city sign reads ridge exit 3, get into the left hand lane and glide off but keep right up to the traffic lights. Turn right and go over the bridge through the traffic lights, up the hill ( Mazisi Kunen Road) through the next set of traffic lights (Clark Road) go up the hill and turn left into Loudoun road opposite Entabeni hospital which is on you right.
From Airport/South Coast/N2
From the south coast take the Durban exit M4 after the airport from the airport, at the traffic lights, turn right. sign reads: Durban and city on the freeway M4. Travel for 12kms. Sign reads Moore Road/Che GueravaBerea exit 2, glide off left into Moore Road/Che Guerava and travel all the way up Moore Road/Che Guevara to the top of the Berea Ridge to the intersection with Mazisi Kunen, turn left into Mazisi Kunen Road. Travel through the intersection traffic lights with Clark Road and up the hill, turn left into Loudoun road opposite Entabeni hospital.
From North Coast via N2 Outer Ring Road
Approaching the N3 interchange, keep to the left hand lane and take the Durban off-ramp and head for the city. Keep to the left-hand lane and take the ridge- Berea exit 3 turn-offs and follow as in 2 above.
please note new road names
: Moore road changed to Che Guevara
: Berea Road changed to King Dinuzulu North
: South Ridge Road changed to Mazisi Kunen