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.
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
Glenside Farmhouse was established in 1913 and is still owned by the founding family. Over 100 years old, this gracious old farmhouse is situated 8 kms form Winterton in the Central Drakensberg on a working farm.
G's Accommodation & Adventures bring guests together with Gina's Lodge, which is situated in the quaint village of Geluksburg, Kwazulu-Natal, at the foot of the Middledale Pass.For the adrenaline junkie and for peace and tranquility...
A total of 10 bedrooms (all bedrooms have en-suite bathroom with shower except 1 has a bath), sleeping 20 guests. Our stylish, luxurious & romantic decor, combined with great value for money, has made us a favourite destination for honeymoon couples
Clivia Hill is situated on the banks of Bell Park Dam in the Central Drakensberg region of KwaZulu-Natal. We offer bed and breakfast or self- catering accommodation for up to six guests in a tranquil and breathtakingly beautiful setting ...
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
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.
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.
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.
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 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 ...
Whydah Way Haven is a self-catering home in the Central Drakensberg, 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 ...
Cathkin Cottage is conveniently situated, opposite the Drakensberg Sun Resort, in the heart of Champagne Valley and is in close proximity to all local attractions and restaurants, with many hikes starting from the Cottage.
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
Birdsong cottage is a newly renovated and refurbished  home from home, comprising 3 en suite bedrooms, comfortably sleeping six people.
Under the care of the KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Service, Spioenkop Dam and Nature Reserve comprise an area approximately 4,400 hectares in size.
Situated 35 kilometres from the well known Battlefields town of Ladysmith and 14 kilometres from the Drakensberg town of Winterton, Spioenkop Dam is a favourite tourist destination in Natal.
Visitors can enjoy the unique experience of walking through bush populated by white rhino, giraffe, buffalo and eland, accompanied by a game guard.
The Spioenkop Dam offers excellent opportunities for fishing where species such as barbell, carp, scalies, bluegill and tilapia can be hooked. Power boating is also permitted, while canoes are available for hire to nature lovers wishing to do their game viewing from the dam.
Spioenkop Dam was also the site of one of the most bloody and futile battles fought in an attempt to break the Siege of Ladysmith on 24th January 1900 during The Anglo Boer War. The battle site overlooks the dam and is clearly visible from the reserve.
Spioenkop Dam with its quiet, natural surroundings has all the ingredients to recharge stressed city batteries.