Highthorn Farm is self catering guest house in the Drakensberg. we have 13 beds.Trout fishing in our trout dam is great fun. Drakensberg self catering drakensberg self catering cottage with 13 beds drakensberg self catering drakensberg self catering
Being a country lodge, White Mountain Lodge offers rooms and chalets with self catering or full board facilities.
Enjoy a break in the beautiful Natal Midlands with rolling green valleys close to the Drakensberg at Crags Cottage - open all year round.
Situated near Mooi River, just 60km from Pietermaritzburg, Midlands Saddle and Trout offers 59 fully equipped luxury chalets in several configurations. Offering comfort, great cuisine and a wellness centre, it is the perfect setting for a wedding and func
We are situated in the scenic Champagne Valley in the Central Drakensberg. You will enjoy stunning views of the three highest peaks of South Africa. Mafadi (highest at 3450m)Injisuthi Dome (second highest peak at 3410m) and the majestic ...
The holiday home is tastefully furnished for your comfort. Accommodating 6 people. It is fully equipped for self catering having a country style kitchen.
We would like to introduce you to our special part of the world. Our cottages are situated in the Champagne Castle area of the Drakensberg Mountains with spectacular panoramic views
Whydah Way Haven is a self-catering home in the Central Drakensberg, Champagne Valley.
Our home is located in a World Heritage Site, on Cathkin Estates, Champagne Valley, Central Drakensberg. The valley is also home to the world famous Drakensberg Boys Choir. Cathkin Estates is an Eco Estate and has wildlife that roam around freely.
Station House Waterside Getaway is conveniently located close to shops, banks and petrol stations, yet far enough away from development to hear no sound other than that of nature. Station House is unique in its location within the picturesque, lush dairy
Champagne Berg House has an open plan lounge with stacking doors that open onto a lovely patio so you can enjoy the breathtaking views whilst inside the lounge and kitchen areas
Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort is a spectacular Drakensberg resort situated in the Central Drakensberg approximately four hours from Johannesburg and two and a half hours from Durban in the magnificent Champagne Valley.
We pride ourselves in offering superior personalised service to all our guests. Most of our guests are frequent visitors or word-of-mouth referrals. This is testimony to our hospitable and beautiful resort. We welcome you to join us for a ...
Champagne Sports Resort has been striving to make this award winning resort the perfect place for work and play. This is a difficult balance to achieve but following recent developments we believe we have created a truly unique destination.
Upstairs in the main guest house there is a large double / twin bedroom with optional extra single bed and en suite bathroom, two smaller double / twin bedrooms, another small single bedroom and a twin attic bedroom, with two more bathrooms with ...
The double storey thatched cottage boasts unrestricted views of Champagne Castle, Dragons Back, Cathkin Peak and Sterkhorn, second to none. The cottage is situated on Dingaan's Retreat, sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms, and has two bathrooms. The ...
Hill Billy Cottages are situated on a working farm in the Champagne Valley. There are a flock of sheep and the family business is providing the hotels with fresh produce.
The cottage itself is a double storied thatch building comprising 4 bedrooms, all with double beds and 3 bathrooms-comfortably accommodating up to 8 persons.
Farhills Guesthouse is situated in the central Drakensberg on route to Champagne Sports Resort, neighbouring Valley bakery. It has always been a place where families gather and have created many special memories.
Situated just a few kilometres from the Giant's Castle Nature Reserve and dwarfed by the backdrop of the Drakensberg Mountains and in particular Giant's Castle itself is the Hlatikulu Valley. The valley is a picturesque setting for a wide variety of accommodation to be found in the area. This includes cottages, bungalows and a caravan park as well as hosted accommodation. This is an excellent stopping off point for access to the Drakensberg Range.
For many centuries the nearby berg was home to the San or Bushmen, and evidence of their occupation is preserved in the hundreds of stick-like animals painted on the walls of caves in the Reserve. More than 40% of all known rock art in South Africa can be found in this area.
Game in the reserve includes some eleven species of antelope as well as jackal, baboon, serval and caracal. There are more than 800 species of flowering plants to be found here including 63 ground orchids.