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What else can we say about this amazing lodge.
We were greeted by Ros on our first afternoon and I think by breakfast the next morning she knew all sixteen of us in our group by name.
We stayed in room 1, the views from...More
Since I was 10 years old and saw the movie Zulu, I have wanted to visit the battlefields. We chose the Lodge due to its stunning views of the Battle of Isandlwana. We were not disappointed, in fact, the property exceeded our wildest expectations. This...More
1stly you ideally need a 4WD car to get up the last 400m of drive up to the hotel, the road is very rough
Each of the 12 rooms in this boutique hotel have stunning views overlooking the plains to Isandlwana peak. The rooms aren't...More
What a privilege to stay in such a profound setting overlooking the battle sites.
We had very informative guided tours by Lindiswe (Dalton) who is the great grandson of Zulu chief Cestawayo. We had our history all wrong and welcomed the opportunity to re-learn events...More
As we were passing through the area we decided to stop a couple of nights and explore the Zulu battlefields. So glad we chose this little hotel- fantastically positioned to see over the enormous and beautiful plain below. The managers are so welcoming and created...More
Hi Alan, we were on a tour and only stayed two nights, you usually do Islandwana in the morning as it is close to the hotel and then Rorke's Drift in the afternoon as it is about 20 minutes or so by road. If we had had... More
Hi Alan, we were on a tour and only stayed two nights, you usually do Islandwana in the morning as it is close to the hotel and then Rorke's Drift in the afternoon as it is about 20 minutes or so by road. If we had had another night we would have tried the trek they do covering the retreat route from Islandswana to Rorke's Drift.