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Our double-storied B&B annex has 4 tastefully furnished double rooms. Our guests have a separate entrance and secure parking area. Each room has its own TV with M-Net. They are all shower en-suite with ceiling fans and heaters. The bedrooms all .
Shepherd's Fold, 'The Bed & Breakfast with a View', is beautifully situated overlooking an unspoilt nature reserve. On a clear day you can see the sea sparkling in the distance.
Our tastefully decorated, newly refurbished en suite bedrooms all open up onto a private courtyard with their own private entrance and secure off street parking. Each room has a LCD television with 7 channels including 3 DSTV options, bar fridge.
29 on St James is a magnificent, upmarket 7 suite B&B Guest Lodge. Each of the seven suites has its own entrance, veranda, Wi-Fi, air-con, wall safe, extra length beds &kitchen with bar fridge, microwave, cutlery & crockery. There is a wheelchair friendly
Faraway Lodge B&B is set in a quiet cul-de-sac in Central Westville. Surrounded by trees and ample bird life, this lodge is the perfect peaceful escape whilst centrally located.
Nestled in amongst beautiful trees, 18 Burlington is conveniently situated off Westville Road, in the heart of central Westville. Six B&B rooms in a gracious double storey house and a standalone 30 seater conference room provide a private and relaxed envi
Tucked away in the cosmopolitan borough of Westville, just outside the city of Durban, lies a 4 Star Graded bed and breakfast called Avillahouse. This lovely guesthouse has high ceilings, keeping it cool in summer and boasts a fresh, clean French Proven
Westville B&B opened in February 2003 and is owned and run by Emma & Nic Jacobs. We are centrally situated in the beautiful leafy suburb of Westville and pride ourselves in professional and personalized service to our guests
Westville Holidays - KwaZulu Natal Tourism
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Lying just 15 minutes from Durban CBD, the beautiful, much sought after leafy-green KwaZulu Natal suburb of Westville is the first western borough of "Greater Durban". Westville was named after Sir Martin West, Lieutenant-Governor of Natal in the mid-19th Century, whose farm was later transformed into the up-market KZN Westville residential area, which has recently become a thriving business centre, with prestigious office parks springing up and attracting major companies and professional firms to Westville.
Right in the middle of the 'country-like' atmosphere of Westville, nature lovers and the outdoor adventurer are catered for, as the Westville Palmiet Nature Reserve spans the length of Westville valley, and has numerous trails which lead hikers to various interesting sites, which include waterfalls, cliffs, a grassy mountain ridge and picnic sites. 200 years ago the Westville Palmiet Nature Reserve was known as a wild and untamed place, full of giant 20 foot (6m) pythons, leopards and lions. Back then it was cultivated with bananas, pineapples, mangoes and pawpaws, and teeming with kingfishers and owls. Many of the same types of birds still circle the sky over this tranquil Westville valley, making this Westville nature reserve a bird watchers paradise. Today, the Westville Palmiet Nature Reserve lying In the midst of the bustling KwaZulu Natal suburb of Westville remains as mysterious as it was, (sans the exotic wildlife) - a peaceful, quiet place with a meandering river running through it.
Lying near Westville "Spaghetti Junction" (3-Level freeway interchange) is the stylish Westville Pavilion Shopping Centre, which draws shoppers from all over KZN and beyond. The Westville 'Pav', as it's fondly known, offers over 40 restaurants, cinemas, a banking mall with Forex facilities, supermarkets, plenty of fashion outlets, and stores stocked with sports equipment, electronics, décor, music, books, and much more. Whatever you forgot to bring on your trip to Westville - they've got it.
For those who want more shopping, in the Highway area. there's Westwood Shopping Mall situated on the edge of Westville, boasting a variety of new and exciting stores, as well as two smaller centres in the heart of Westville - Westville Mall and Westville Village Market - home to Westville Virgin Active.
Westville is also known as an excellent academic centre, boasting its own university at the Westville Campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, which provides a high standard of education and training. In the inviting setting of the long-established Westville community, this KwaZulu Natal tertiary institution is a natural progression for students graduating from Westville Boys High School and Westville Girls High School - schools that have served Westville's educational needs for the past 60 years.
Other things to do and see in Westville:
Umkhumbane Market - a delightful Sunday excursion with a variety of musicians and dancers adding to the vibe.
Westville Bergtheil Museum is located in the oldest building in Westville, and dates back to the 1840's.
Westville Country Club offers a wide variety of social, dining and sporting activities.
Westville Theatre Club - provides entertainment for club members, family, friends and the public.
Westville Swimming Pool - a favourite gathering place for both adults and children during summer.
Westville Athletic Club - one of the most successful, respected and recognisable clubs in the country.
Directions to Westville:
Westville lies just 32km on the N2 from Amanzimtoti, an easy 23 minutes south to the start of the KZN South Coast, and 27km on the N2 north to Umhlanga Rocks (or take the M4 along Durban beachfront) on the KZN North Coast route. Drive north via the N3 from Westville for about 50 minutes to Pietermaritzburg, the start of the KZN Midlands & Battlefields, from where you have easy access to the Drakensberg.
Westville never experiences weather of extreme lows or highs. The Westville Winter is around a mild 22°, and Summer a balmy 30° - the ideal environment which escapes the extreme heat of the Durban CBD Summers, and the much colder Upper Highway Winter temperatures.
Important Westville telephone numbers:
Westville Fire Station: 031 361-0000
Westville Police Station: 031 267-7343
Westville Hospital: 031 251-6911
Westville Veterinary Hospital: 031 267 8000
Guests visit to Westville
Being from up-country, and needing Westville accommodation, I was on the lookout for a Bed and Breakfast in Westville (a suburb of Durban, KwaZulu Natal),
We were accommodated at Ntengu Lodge, the most exquisite Guest House in Westville. Ntengu Lodge is a 5 star luxury guest house perched on the edge of a ravine on the Westville Palmiet Nature Reserve - a peaceful, quiet place teeming with abundant bird life, and a meandering river running through it.
In the middle of the busy Westville suburb, we felt like we were on Safari, enjoying stunning views of the Westville Palmiet Nature Reserve from the deck while we sipped cocktails at days end.
Our Ntengu Lodge hosts happily filled us in on the history of Westville. Not only has it become a thriving business center, but it also sports the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Then there's the fact that Westville accommodation is on the route of the world-famous Comrades Marathon, which takes place annually between Durban and Pietermaritzburg - Bed and Breakfasts in Westville are very popular during this time, and should be booked way in advance. Westville Self Catering accommodation will be just as popular.
Just minutes away lies the Westville Pavilion Shopping Center, where the girls took the opportunity to shop and eat a sumptuous meal in one of the 40 restaurants on offer, while the guys escaped to the nearby Westville Driving Range.
On a day off, we took the opportunity to drive to the Durban beach-front, although once there, we were in no hurry to stay, preferring to head North to quaint places like Hillcrest, Botha's Hill and Drummond.
Discovering Westville and the surrounding areas was an unexpected delight, and I plan to return to Westville, only this time I may look at renting a Self Catering unit, and bring the whole family with.
Thank you Andrew and the team at Ntengu Lodge, and special thanks to 'the barefoot chef' for the scrumptious treats.
PS. The Westville Hotel looked pretty good, and may be worth a consideration
Westville Accommodation - KwaZulu Natal Tourism
The beautiful, much sought after leafy-green KwaZulu Natal suburb of Westville lies on the route of the world-famous Comrades Marathon, where each year thousands descend to participate in the ultimate human race. Although Westville boasts many excellent Westville accommodation options, visitors hoping to find Westville accommodation for the Comrades Marathon should make bookings well in advance.
When looking for a guest house in Westville, see WhereToStay's superb selection of Westville Guest House / Bed & Breakfast accommodation options, which generally house excellent conference facilities, as well as Westville Self Catering accommodation overlooking the unspoilt Palmiet Nature Reserve. If you are particular about only searching for Star Graded Westville accommodation, then we recommend that you visit the Where to Stay special Star Graded Westville accommodation facility.
What to do and see in Westville:
Westville Palmiet Nature Reserve
Westville Pavilion Shopping Centre
Westville Bergtheil Museum
Westville Country Club
Westville Theatre Club
Westville Swimming Pool
Westville Athletic Club
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