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Standard B&B

Single from R950 per night *  
Double from R1350 per night *
(R675 pp sharing)

Luxury king with mountain views

  Single B&B from R1450 per night * 
Double B&B from R1850 per night *

* Rates are subject to change at the discretion of the owners.

Family Suites 

R1650 (3 guests)
R1950 (4 guests)
per night B&B *
Things to do in & around the area 
Leisure Activities
The Spionkop Nature Reserve or the Nambiti BIG 5 Conservancy are both short distances from Ladysmith and offer game viewing.
Cultural Sites
The town of Ladysmith featured very prominently in the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902) and is subsequently steeped in history. The Siege Museum, situated next to the Ladysmith Town Hall, is definitely worth a visit as well as several other memorial sites and monuments located around the town. Other historical places of interest in Ladysmith include the Mahadma Gandhi Memorial and the Soofie Mosque


Battlefield Tours
The Battlefields Region prides itself in having some of the most knowledgeable, enthusiastic and helpful Guides in the country.Visiting the Battlefields Region is a great experience made so much better when in the company of a Guide who can inform you in an interesting way of all you want to see, whether it is Battlefields, Wildlife, Birding, Zulu Culture, History in General, Rock paintings, Museums, Agriculture and Flora
Whether you’re looking to spend some quiet time with your family, bond with nature or get your pulse racing with an adventure-packed activity. Marvel at the breathtaking scenery from a hot air balloon or helicopter trip, take a treetop canopy tour or get your heart pounding on a rubber tube as you navigate the white water of the Sterkspruit River. Explore the beauty of the Drakensberg by stepping out on a hiking trail, or going mountain biking, horseback riding or birdwatching. Or why not try your hand at abseiling, wine tasting, or perfecting your swing on the golf course? Home to the second highest waterfall in the world - Tugela falls stands at a remarkable 912m.You really are spoilt for choice when looking for things to do in the Drakensberg region.  

Midlands Meander 

The Midlands Meander in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, is a collection of arranged routes that offer visitors hospitality in truly beautiful surroundings, outstanding accommodation, conference and wedding facilities, fascinating local events, fabulous cuisine and restaurants, revitalising outdoor activities and over-the-top adventure sports, historic landmarks, wildlife conservation, and best of all “shop-till-you-drop” unique arts and crafts. An easy one-hour drive from Durban and four and a half hours on the N3 highway from Johannesburg, there is much to explore and do in the Midlands. For all that is on offer, life is lived at a gentler pace, we take time to chat to strangers in the trading store and we grow our own vegetables.
A guest is the most important visitor on our premises.  They are not dependent on us, we are dependent on them. They are not an interruption on work. They are the purpose of it. They are not an outsider to our business. They are apart of it. We are not doing them a favor by serving them... They are doing us a favor by giving us the opportunity to do so “