This Elegant Homestead situated on 2 acres of parklike gardens has become sought after by tourists and Corporates who want good hospitality, cleanliness, comfort and peace & quiet
After a good, peaceful nights rest, enjoy your early morning coffee sitting around the pool in the morning sun and then to the yellow wood dining room where a hearty breakfast is not to be missed.
This comfortable unit is in a quiet and peaceful setting even though it is within walking distance to the main shopping area and a slightly longer walk will take you the Heritage Market with all their shopping boutiques and about 10 restaurants.
All the rooms have good ceiling fans, TV, hostess trays,and heaters for our cold winter months. Two of our rooms have sleeper couches for the little ones. We also have a full Wifi connection to all the rooms.
The 2 acre park-like garden is a haven for relaxing, swimming or bird watching. Meals are served in a large sunny dining room with wonderful country breakfasts and delightful tea and coffee breaks. All rooms are comfortable en-suite, with fans, ...
Swan Cottage is set in a quiet picturesque country setting next to a beautiful dam. Bird life in the area is amazing.
The spacious studio style accommodation is bright and airy - the outlook is onto indigenous forest with abundant bird life and with regular visits of monkeys and dassies. Enjoy the feeling of space and privacy. The unit has its own comfortable ...
Eagles View bed and breakfast has a four star grading and welcomes you with three double bedrooms offering every comfort. All rooms have views and accommodation includes bath and shower en-suite, flat screen TV in each room, and ducted ...
Situated in the heart of Kloof, a leafy, upmarket suburb near Durban in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, is a new 1 bedroom self-catering cottage perfect for a short business trip, stop-over or as a base from which to explore.
Ammazulu African Palace is unique luxury accommodation on the edge of the Kloof Gorge and Krantzkloof Nature Reserve. A truly spectacular boutique hotel for you to relax and unwind in. Experience a special stay in the elaborately crafted and decorated wal
The Valley of a Thousand Hills is truly one of Kwa Zulu Natal's most valued gems. The Valley of a 1000 Hills forms around the majestic valley created by the Mngeni River and it's tributaries. As one makes their way along the various routes through the valley, they will pass a wide and interesting variety of craft sites, cultural villages and guest houses, friendly pubs and tea gardens with sweeping views overlooking the hills and dams.
Due to the multitude of attractions on offer in the area, the Valley of a Thousand Hills Tourism Route was proclaimed. The route which starts in the small wooded town of Kloof and ends at Cato Ridge, is easily accessible from the main highways in either direction. The main section of the 1000 hills tourism route follows the route of the famous Comrades Marathon through Hillcrest and onwards past the midway point at Drummond towards Inchanga and Cato Ridge.
Other branches of the 1000 Hills Experience take the visitor to the scenic resorts and nature reserves at Shongweni, Nagle and Inanda Dams, where watersports, fishing, hiking and game viewing are popular.
On alternate weekends, the Thousand Hills Choo Choo steam train follows the follows the scenic route between Kloof Staion and Cato Ridge allowing passengers to experience authentic steam locomotive travel as it was in years gone by. Some of the old railway stations, Botha's Hill for example have been converted into restaurants providing visitors with a delicious meal as they pull in for a stop, or for hungry travellers as they they make their way along the route.
Adventure travellers will find a host of activities available in the valley ranging from microlighting to 4x4 trails. The Phezulu Cultural village provides visitors a glimpse into the everyday inner workings of a traditional Zulu village, with beadwork displays and traditional tribal dancing.
Assagay Safari Park has a crocodile farm where you will see one of the largest crocodiles in KZN, and a full range of snakes which are indigenous to the area.
Golf courses in the area include the Kloof Country club and Cotswold Downs Country Club in Hillcrest, both with magnificent 18 hole signature courses.
The 1000 hills area is also full of an exciting range of restaurants starting with the usual well known fast food outlets, and changing in variety to cater for the more sophisticated dining experience with upmarket Italian-style restaurants such as the popular La Strada. Or taking in an entertaining show and a meal at the Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest.
The Valley of a Thousand Hills is well worth a visit as it provides such a huge variety to visitors whether they be seeking adventure, shopping, expanding their knowledge of a different culture, or just taking in the scenery.