Nottingham Road Accommodation

Nottingham Road is a small but ever-popular town in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands of South Africa. It lies on the N3 road between Johannesburg and Durban is a mere 40 minutes' driving time from Pietermaritzburg and 20 minutes from the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountain range. Owing to Nottingham Road's picturesque setting amongst undulating farmlands  it has become especially popular for romantic weekends away and wedding parties.

As with many regions in South Africa, the Midlands was an attractive base for the English settlers. At the time though, the settlers had a tough time preventing the loss of their livestock to the local San population, who saw the cattle and other animals as an easy source of food. By then the hunter-gatherer group had been confined largely to the foothills and Drakensberg Mountain itself by the British and the Zulu.

Given the lack of space, it stands to reason that prey species were in shorter supply too. Once the settlers had solved this problem, the settlement became more stable and they named it Nottingham Road after their home in Nottingham in the English Midlands. Today one of the only tangible memories of this period is the Nottingham Fort which stands just outside of town.

Nottingham Road is at the heart of the Midlands Meander tourist route and is the epitome of a bucolic lifestyle. The area is notorious for dairy farming and a cheese-making industry thrives alongside it. The region is also dotted with horse-stud farms, craft cottage industry and numerous spas, hotels, and self-catering establishments.

Nottingham Road is an attractive option for weekend getaways given the array of fine-dining establishments in the area and the variety of activities on offer, which range from fly-fishing and mock fox-hunting, to sampling the products of the Nottingham Road Brewery Company and playing a round of golf on one of the scenic but challenging courses in the area - such as the Gowrie Farm Golf Course.

Notties, as it's affectionately known by locals, is a lovely little town with an interesting history and lots to do.

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Amanzi Country Manor is a luxury self-catering home located in the heart of the Midlands Meander, less then 10 minutes outside of village of Nottingham Road. This gracious, two level, open plan stone ... More Info

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Notts Cottage is a luxury two-bedroom self catering cottage situated on a secure estate in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal. Nottingham Road is a village easily accessed from the N3 between Johannesburg... More Info

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Swallow Ridge @ No 10 The Bend is a luxury, double storey house plus flatlet. Nature Estate +- 15km outside Nottingham Road, in the heart of the Midlands Meander. This holiday home is ideal for... More Info

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Welcome to Otters Den self catering, our secluded cottages set in 18 acres of unspoilt countryside in the heart of the arts and crafts route of the Midlands Meander. Built in 2004, these well-equipped... More Info

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Loxley House is the leading Luxury Guest House and Conference Venue in Nottingham Road, Midlands, KwaZulu Natal, and Auto mobile Association 'Superior Accommodation' status. Loxley House caters for ... More Info

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The Farside Farm consists of Self-catering and boutique Bed and Breakfast venues offering classic, upmarket and homely country accommodation, all with modern appointments and facilities, nestled in th... More Info

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Waterwoods is set on a lush and beautiful farm on 75ha in the historic Fort Nottingham area of the Natal Midlands. The breathtaking beauty of the country side amidst farmlands is a favourite tourist d... More Info

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Welcome to BrambleBerry Country Lodge. Located in the heart of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands it is arguably the most exclusive and unique location on the Midlands Meander. It is tailored to suit the nee... More Info

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Lake Lintrose cottages have been recently built on the edge of the Spring Grove dam on a beautiful farm in the Kwazulu-Natal Midlands. There are two self catering cottages that are fully serviced. Eac... More Info

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Set in stunning gardens above the dam and meadows with Drakensberg view. Comfortable en- suite bedrooms with coffee/tea facilities, individual DSTV, fridge, underfloor heating and electric blankets, ... More Info

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Nottingham Road
I am from Durban so have been there many times before on day trips and over-night stays.
A wonderful part of KZN that has so much to offer ..... you won't be disappointed.

- Daryl Parker

Nottingham Road
Lovely place to unwind!
- Jackie Holloway

Nottingham Road
A must to visit. Interesting little shops and dining places. We really enjoyed Rosetta Hotel. Very friendly staff and good food.
- Aletta Bester

Nottingham Road
Lovely village with wonderful fresh produce and friendly service
- Carol Holland

Nottingham Road
Beautiful as ever, nice to see the junction getting busy again.
- David Barry