Tucked away on a bushveld fruit farm not even 5 minutes from the center of Ezulwini Valley, out of sight and away from the sounds of this travellers hub, is Buhleni Farm. The 12 self-catering well-appointed wooden chalets are set amidst lush, ...
The lodge is situated among natural surroundings at the foot of Sheba's Breasts Mountains overlooking the legendary "Execution Rock". 39 rooms are tastefully furnished each with their own en-suite bathroom...
Mountain Inn is the executive and diplomat's choice for comfort, convenience and information networking. Swaziland's most personal hotel-situated only 4kms from Mbabane center - is a professional, yet family run establishment.
Visiting The Kingdom of Swaziland? Join us at the Red Berry Bed and Breakfast. Set within a secure Estate overlooking the magnificent Sibebe Rock and Pine Valley, you will find an ideal place to overnight...
The busy and lively centre of Manzini in Swaziland is the commercial and
industrial centre of the country, and is situated about thirty kilometres to the
Southeast of Mbabane, the capital of Swaziland. Unlike the Swaziland Ezulwini
valley, you won't find many touristy African curios in Manzini, but you will
find a twice-weekly market that is very noisy and crowded, and is typically
African. Travellers to Manzini in Swaziland can visit The Bhunu, a new shopping
mall, while The Hub, south of the market, has a good supermarket and several
restaurants and takeaways. Visitors can see the original Swaziland Catholic
mission, an elegant stone building opposite the new cathedral on Sandlane
Street. Almost all of the Swaziland's entire industrial and commercial sector is
based in Manzini. which was both the British and a Boer colonial headquarters
from 1890 but was destroyed in 1902 during the Anglo-Boer War, when the
administrative centre was transferred to Mbabane. Swaziland's Matsapha
International Airport lies near the town.Business travellers to Swaziland are
generally on the lookout for Manzini guest house accommodation or even Manzini
self catering accommodation for easy access to this industrial hub. Manzini is
only about a 30 minute drive to Mbabane and is worth considering if Swaziland
accommodation is in short supply during the ever-popular Swaziland Reed Dance
ceremony. Where to Stay registers numerous Mbabane and Manzini self catering
accommodation choices as well as Mbabane and Manzini Guest house accommodation -
ideal for Swaziland overnight stays for South African tourists en route to The
Kruger National Park.
My Trip to Swaziland - Nkonyeni Golf Estate
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"We left Malelane in the Kruger National Park area for a long awaited game of golf in Swaziland.......the much praised Nkonyeni Golf estate in Manzini
The trip took about two and a half hours and was well worth it..
Driving through Swaziland can be a bit of a pain with the endless speed bumps and changing speed limits but Nkonyeni Golf Estate offered the perfect cure. The thatched club house was pretty impressive and the Bed and Breakfast accommodation was more than adequate. Perfect accommodation in "out of town" Swaziland
The Nkonyenii golf estate was quite spectacular. Carved out of the African Bush this golf course took no prisoners. Wide fairways long holes, manicured conditions and deep potted bunkers were the order of the day......what a delight.
For any golfing enthusiasts, this is definitely a big YES. The Swazi Spa golf course in Mbabane seems to have lost it's appeal and has definitely taken a back seat.
If you fail to find suitable self catering or B&B accommodation in Swaziland, there are also private lodges on the Nkonyeni Golf Estate estate that can be hired on a self catering accommodation basis.
Had two games of golf and left for Richards bay en route to Durban." - Avril and Frank
Review - Swaziland accommodation in Manzini - The George Hotel in Manzini, Swaziland
On a recent conference to The George Hotel in Manzini Swaziland, my husband's company included the spouses, and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this well appointed Manzini hotel. The girls (and one guy), were treated to beauty treatments at the George Hotel day spa, and delicious meals at the St Georges Grill.
Besides interesting choices of typical Swaziland accommodation in Manzini there's an abundant night life, and we had many enjoyable evenings at clubs such as Cafe De Flore. We also spent a special evening at a great Portuguese restaurant in Manzini called the Gil Vicente.
Another Swaziland attraction not to be missed is the House of Fire, where we were stunned by some great local performances. The Swaziland Ezulwini Valley (place of heaven), is also within 25kms of The George Hotel, and offers alternate Swaziland hotel accommodation, restaurants, hot springs, casinos, craft markets, art galleries, riding stables, a nature reserve, a golf course and a cultural village.
Swaziland accommodation and activities are pretty underrated until you've been there - for golf in Swaziland, rather visit the private golf course near Manzini, it knocks spots off the old Royal Swazi Golf Course (Nkonyeni Lodge and Golf Estate Hotel in Manzini)