Drakensberg (KZN) Hotels
The VERGEZIENT LODGE, with its numerous lounges and fireplaces, is comfortably furnished and has an elegant, old-fashioned feel, while maintaining that rustic farm house charm. The guesthouse has tast... Read More
The Nest Hotel is the oldest and most well-known of all the Berg resorts in the Natal Drakensberg. Celebrating its 83rd year of welcoming guests in 2016.
The Nest Hotel has a strong following of gu... Read More
Nestled at the foothills of the majestic Drakensberg Mountains, this landmark property is easily accessible from Johannesburg and Durban. The Mont-Aux-Sources Hotel borders the renowned Royal Natal Na... Read More
Surrounded by the Drakensberg Mountains, overlooking a secluded valley of the Spioenkop Game Reserve and in the lee of the famous hill, Spioenkop, lies Three Trees Lodge. The lodge consists of 6 sta... Read More
Monks Cowl Golf Resort is situated in the Central Drakensberg approximately four hours from Johannesburg and two and a half hours from Durban, in the magnificent Champagne Valley. The Golf Resort is n... Read More
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A unique blend of luxury, nature and activities. Sani Valley Lodge is a private nature lodge only 2 hours from Durban. It sits within the dramatic Drakensberg mountain range, borders a UNESCO World He... Read More
Located on a scenic 860 acre estate in the heart of the Southern Drakensberg, Drakensberg Gardens Golf & Leisure Resort offers guests a tranquil setting to relax and unwind.
All accommodation is s... Read More
Situated with views of the Drakensberg Mountains, Sandford Park Country Hotel is steeped in history with an eclectic mix of old and new, romanticising one's senses. Established in 1850 as a British ga... Read More
Nestled in the beautiful Mkhomazana Valley at the foot of the Sani Pass, Sani Pass Hotel and Leisure Resort is known for its warm hospitality, breathtaking views of the Drakensberg and personal servic... Read More
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Little Acres Bed and Breakfast is situated in the Champagne Valley in the heart of the Central Drakensberg area of the KwaZulu Natal province of South Africa. Little Acres offers spacious, tastefully ... Read More
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Drakensberg (KZN) Reviews
Beautiful and offers Peace of Mind
- Refilwe Mahlangu
There is not a lot of activities for kids but for an adult group wishing to be out of the hustle and bustle of the city, definitely a place to visit
- Mabhelandile Nguqu
- Tony Remas
The time we spent in the area was really wonderful. The scenic drive through the area made the long 4 hour drive seem to fly by in minutes, and as soon as we got the Drakensberg Mountain Retreat i was completely sold. I would recommend every South African who can, to visit the area at least once in their lifetime.
- Antony Mello
The Southern Darkensberg is a piece of paradise on earth with its string of picturesque blackish mountains and pure white traces of snow in the higher crevices. The river, lakes and dams can be seen throughout your drive. Feeling peckish during our slow drive, we even stopped to picnic alongside the river. I insisted we drive slowly as I did not want to miss seeing anything. Driving away, I kept looking back at the mountains until I could see them no more.
- Rehana Arumugam