About this listing
Situated in the Natal Midlands and Midlands Meander Territory, Crags Cottage boasts an exceptional views over rolling hills and the Spring Grove dam. Enjoy birding, fishing, eating out or just soak up the view in quiet secure surroundings.
This comfortable two bedroom (both ensuite) cottage is set in secure quiet surroundings in the Kamberg Valley. The main bedroom has a double bed, the second bedroom a single bed plus an overhead bunk. A fifth person can be accommodated on a day bed in the lounge. The cottage offers a well equipped kitchen, separate dining room, a living room with TV and fireplace and a daybed, carport and the favourite spot, a long front verandah from which you can soak up the spectacular views and sunsets and sunsets. A portable braai (barbeque) is also provided. Binoculars and camera are a must
Access to Spring Grove dam.
Interaction with guests
Your hosts, Graham & Shirley, reside on the property to welcome you and see to your needs.
Easy access to the Drakensberg areas.
Other things to note
Birding, fishing and the Midlands Meander are main attractions in the area, Giant's Castle, Kamberg (incl San Rock Art center) High Moor Nature Reserve and the Weenen game reserve are all withion striking distance. several golf courses nearby, a plethora of craft shops, leisure activities and eating establishments will keep you busy during your stay, and for the energetic, a walk down to the dam and back, will rewatd you with an abundance of bird life in the vegetation.
Smoking is not permitted indoors.
Unfortunately due to the presence of other dogs on the premises and wild life in the area, pets are not permitted.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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After 20 years in business, took on the management of Golden Harvest Retreat & Conference centre near Rosetta, as well as the pastoral care of the local church.
I officiate at approx 20 weddings per year.
Hobbies, hiking, cycling & photography.
Have hiked the Drakensberg extensively.
Shirley is a retired Hospital matron and is a real peoples person. Passionate about animals.