MacFarlanes' picturesque setting on the bank of a large lake offers self catering accommodation for up to 14 guests. Warm hospitality and a beautiful countryside await our guests and their pets.
The living and dining area leading out onto the sundeck offers breathtaking views on the whole valley. The kitchen is fully equipped with cutlery and crockery with a scullery, gas stove and gas fridge. The bath room is equipped with a gas geyser. ...
Dumbe- where the Voortrekkers entered Natal on their trek to the Drakensberg - an escarpment of history. This stone and thatch 2-sleeper lodge offers accommodation with breathtaking views of times gone by. (One double bed.) Eskom Power is provided...
Little Switzerland really is something special, from the beautifully manicured grounds, to the main building with authentic thatched roofing and local wood framings and furnishings, each with stories of their own.
Wyford Farm is situated in a pretty mountainous area off Van Reenen Pass (N3) and has a rich recorded history being built in the 1870's as a Trading Store on the route between Johannesburg and Durban
Only one self catering cabin high up in the mountains on an easy 4x4 track. You are assured privacy in an unspoiled part of the berg. Indigenous forests, cape vulture nesting site, fly fishing, crystal clear streams, rock pools, unsurpassed views
Sungubala is a Mountain Lodge situated in the Northern Drakensberg of KwaZulu-Natal. This unique Lodge of 3 self catering cottages and a Bush Camp, is situated on 500ha of pristine wilderness.
All the cottages are individual standing units with en-suite bathrooms. Two thatched cottages with shower and one bedroom (one double bed and two singles) - maximum 4 guests. Two thatched cottages with shower and one bedroom (one double bed and ...
The Cavern is set in a secluded valley beneath the massive sandstone cliffs of the Northern Drakensberg. The thatch accommodation and facilities blend beautifully with the natural surroundings of the area. The Cavern is home to numerous Bushman paintings,
Tugela River Lodge is a self-catering Eco Lodge, located on a private cattle and game farm on the banks of the Tugela River, near Winterton, KZN, South Africa. We use solar power and gas to run our lodge and are completely off the grid.
Ronderus Guest Farm provides the perfect self catering accommodation for the adventurer near Memel in the Northern and Eastern Free State. This self catering Guest Farm accommodation (Sleeps 11) is situated between Vrede and Memel. Accommodation consists
The Ultimate in peace and tranquility! Perfect for a romantic hide-away, a stop over, or a break-away from every day's responsibilities.Indulge yourself in our quaint and romantic units.In the central Drakensberg, a World heritage site, B&B and s
Ambleside Cottage is situated on the banks of the Little Tugela River, which rises at the head of the Injasuti Valley on top of the Drakensberg Mountains. Ambleside Farm is a working farm, with animals and crops being produced for food production
Accommodation ranges from spacious, interleading family rooms to private rondavels tucked away between the trees. The exclusive Presidential suite offers the ultimate in luxury accommodation boasting electric curtains, a fire place, FULL DStv, two...
The Loft Room @ Craigrossie is a newly renovated space for two people on Craigrossie Game Farm, 8 km outside of Clarens en route to Golden Gate.
Harrismith is a town steeped in history with many battlefields, cemeteries and historic monuments dating back to the Anglo Boer War. A 250 million year old 33m fossilised tree, can be found in the Deborah Retief Garden next to the Harrismith Town Hall.
There is a range of accommodation in Harrismith. Bed and Breakfasts in Harrismith are popular for those on business or wanting a short stop over. For those who like being self sufficient, there is always the option of self catering in Harrismith.
The nearby Sterkfontein Dam Nature Reserve is a yachtsman's paradise due to the prevailing winds in the area. Harrismith is an ideal place from which to explore the scenic countryside and return to the comfortable accommodation available both in the town and surrounding area.
Harrismith was named in honour of the British Governor Sir Harry Smith. It's location was chosen for its strategic position as the halfway point between Johannesburg and Durban, and because of its direct access to Bloemfontein and the Cape.