Durban and Surrounds Pet Friendly Accommodation

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Woodbury House

From R800 pps


Woodbury House offers the corporate client and the holiday visitor, a private and professional stay.There are 3 independent cottages with private entrance each offering TV/DSTV( full bouquet), uncappe... Read More

 
Fawncastle

From R600 pps


Set in the heart of Hillcrest, we offer both executive, pool and standard rooms to suit your budget. All rooms are en-suite, with a bath/shower, all air-conditioned, with 13 television channels, fridg... Read More

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Durban and Surrounds Reviews

Pinetown
Good.
- Jacques Du Toit

Glenwood
Glenwood is a lovely, quiet Suburb and the friendly security officer right by the Entrance of Bali put my mind at ease!
- Michelle Moyo

Glenwood
I will definitely recommend it to other people as well.
- Joyce Ndweni

Umhlanga Rocks
Awesome area and central to work from
- Arthur Fonseca

Durban North
I enjoyed the warm weather and green natural environment of the beautiful city of Durban north.I'll definitely come back again.
- Ellen Reuner