Le Vallon Estate is a large comfortable farmhouse surrounded by expansive lawns & gardens with beautiful views of rolling sugar cane fields. This country getaway is perfect for groups & family gatherings.
Blue Skies is a first floor apartment in Evergreen Estates suspended in the canopy of mature indigenous trees teaming with bird life. Overlooking the sparkling pool and magnificently maintained tropical garden, it is centrally located to a chain of spe
With inspiration and contents as various as Kiaat clad columns, custom wine cellar and a garden to provide a green oasis for peaceful contemplation, this Milkwood Drive residence epitomizes the luxury of a grand home set in the coastal forest.
Lagoon Cottage is located in Salt Rock only 5km north of Ballito with good shopping, recreational and restaurant facilities in both places. Our cottage is compact, private and comfortable with good security, ideal for a couple or small family.
Each of our six elegant en-suite, air conditioned bedrooms have cool cotton percale linen and private entrance onto a patio area with access to the sparkling pool. Each room is equipped with a mini bar, DStv, 2 have CD players, beverages supplied.
luxury self-catering holiday home, sleeping up to 10 persons, on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. It is a flat 150m walk to the Main Salt Rock Swimming Beach, which is protected by shark nets and life guards
Listen to the breakers, only 150m from your verandah &decide whether to join the fun at the beach or stay &relax in your own private space. Coral Dreams is a newly renovated apartment, ideally situated within walking distance from the main bathing beach
Sea-side Spa Apartment is a newly renovated apartment on the ground floor, ideally situated within walking distance from the main bathing beach at Salt Rock on the idyllic Dolphin Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. The Beach has lifeguard services 7 days a week
Sea-renity Holiday Apartment (formerly known as the Nutshell Holiday Apartment) is a newly renovated freestanding apartment, ideally situated only 200m from the main bathing beach at Salt Rock on the idyllic Dolphin Coast of KwaZulu-Natal.
The peaceful farming village of Umhlali is situated 3 kilometres inland from
the subtropical Dolphin Coast of KwaZulu-Natal with Salt Rock as its nearest
neighbour. About 50km (31 miles) from the major attractions of Durban, Umhlali
was originally established by the Byrne Settlers from Scotland who built a fort
there. The town was originally named Fort William. Umhlali derives its name from
Zulu for the monkey orange trees that thrive along the banks of the Umhlali
River. The name Umhlali also means "place of waiting", due to the fact that
early settlers would stop to rest on the banks of the river before eventually
crossing over. Umhlali retains a unique colonial atmosphere with the buildings
designed and decorated in old world style.
In addition to easy access to the pleasures of the coast, Umhlali boasts pleasures of its own. High amongst these is the impressive Umhlali Country Club with its picturesque golf course. The course is host to a total of seven waterholes which attract antelope and zebra to roam among exotic palm trees and sweeping fairways. Other courses in the area include the exclusive Zimbali golf course which was designed by Tom Weiskopf - former British & South African Open Champion. This course is said to provide a worthy challenge to players of all handicaps alike.
The shops are varied and visitors can enjoy a variety ranging from fast food, to homemade goodies and fresh farm produce.
Conducted tours of the nearby sugar-mill are also popular. Here visitors are allowed the opportunity of witnessing the process of sugar cane crushing up close and personal, after which they can try some freshly crushed, iced sugar juice. For the smaller children Flag Animal Farm at nearby Salt Rock provides hours of delight with carthorse rides, feed the chickens, ducks, rabbits, cows, goats, sheep, pigs, geese and birds. The farm also has a playground, picnic sites and a tea garden which serves light meals.
An experience in itself is a stay at the historical B&B Seaforth Guest Farm. The self-catering River Rock Chalets also provide a great hideaway. The Umhlali museum is another interesting place worth a visit housing various historical memorabilia, which includes an old steam locomotive originally used for transporting cane to the mill.