Howick Self Catering Accommodation

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From R275 pps


Overnight Accommodation offers self catering accommodation in Howick. Howick is the gateway to the Midlands Meander with Howick Falls, Midmar Dam, Umgeni Nature Reserve as well as plenty of restaurant... More Info

From R750* unit


Biggy Best Cottages is a world away from the stresses of normal life; yet close enough to all the attractions. Set on 3.5acres of tranquil park-like grounds abounding with bird life. If you need to ge... More Info

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From R1500* unit


Dunning Country House offers affordable, luxury accommodation set on a beautiful, working farm. On the Midlands Meander, and just a 15 minute drive from Pietermaritzburg, we are perfectly placed to... More Info

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From R400 pps


Situated 1.5 km from the N3 on tar road, a personal establishment offering graded accommodation in a beautiful country environment with a high standard of privacy and security. Howick is the hub of th... More Info

From R850* unit


Biggys Best Corporate Accommodation offers comfortable rooms for the corporate traveller to Howick. The hotel has 13 newly furnished rooms on a bed and breakfast basis. Breakfast is available at an ex... More Info

From R1500* unit

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Rockwood Lodges are situated in the picturesque town of Howick on the Midlands Meander. There are four units in this group, two of which are situated in the private Karkloof Nature Reserve, and two wh... More Info

From R440 pps

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A Nutty lane comprises of three new, modern self-catering cottages, set on the banks of a picturesque dam surrounded by birds, horses and two potbelly pigs. Conveniently situated just two minutes from... More Info

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From R500 pps


Mulberry Hill Guest House is situated in the Natal Midlands, a part of the Midlands Meander. The Guest House is small, intimate and owner-run, therefore assuring guests of relaxation, intimacy and war... More Info

From R475 pps


Meander into the heart of the Kwa-Zulu Natal Midlands for a break away from the humdrum of city life, where your hosts, John and Sue offer a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. If you are in the a... More Info

From R690* unit


The Howick Falls Hotel is located in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, just 24 km from Pietermaritzburg. Built in 1872, the Howick Falls Hotel has a proud history and can count such famous historic icons M... More Info

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A nice place to visit
- Leon Esterhuyse

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Love Howick , My wife bought an old brass gauge for my marine bar upcountry in one of the gift shops. If I could I would buy a lot more. Very nice little town that hopefully will see more of us on our travels
- Brian Ilsley

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Lovely place.
- Basil & Marion Van Vuren

Howick
Good location
- Jan-Adriaan Du Plessis

Howick
Howick is a stately little town harking back to the colonial era, with well preserved buildings and customs. The dedication of the towns folk to keeping history alive but also incorporating contemporary responsibilities like entrepreneurship and employment, providing wholesome food and organic materials, is charming.
- Shamala Moodley