With sweeping panoramic views of the rural Zululand plains and the famous battlefield site of 1879, birds-eye views from every vantage point in the lodge, make any stay an unforgettable experience.
Those interested in the history of the area and the country will be mesmerised by the storytelling of our resident guide, Dalton Ngobese, himself a decendent of one of the impi warriors at The Battle of Isandlwana. But if walking, climbing, bird-watching or mountain biking are your preference, the options are endless. For those after peace and tranquility, a picnic at a nearby waterfall, reading on the outdoor verandah or in the library or lying at the pool are all yours for the taking.
A host of guided Battlefield and cultural tours, as well as day drives, to one of Africa's oldest game reserves, are available to suit every request.
The deluxe room has picture windows. With a private balcony over looking Isandlwana Battlefield with a sweeping view of the entire plain. It has a king size bed with a luxurious bathroom with shower. The decor is a mixture of ethnic and traditional styles.
The standard rooms with a private balcony over looking Isandlwana Battlefield with a sweeping view of the entire plain. It has a king size or Twin beds with a luxurious bathroom with shower.