Wensleydale Guest Lodge is situated in the major accommodation area in Pietermaritzburg, which is the capital of Kwazulu Natal and the traditional home of the Zulu nation.
Beautifully appointed with an African safari lodge flavour – our exclusive yet affordable accommodation is suitable for families, corporate guests, sporting groups and tourists alike.
A warm welcome awaits you at this little piece of ‘Africa in the Sun’.
Our Individual lodges offer you:
- Accommodation for up to 30 people sharing.
- A choice of self catering or a delicious breakfast and/or a Buffet Dinner.
- Large bedrooms with French doors opening onto private indigenous gardens.
- Separate bathrooms with luxurious built-in corner baths and glass showers.
- Fully equipped kitchens with all your culinary requirements.
- Separate lounges offer comfortable couches, extra beds, flatscreen T.V’s with DSTV and French doors onto spacious patios.
- The private patios have braai facilities set under large flat topped thorn trees (Acacia Sieberiana – traditional African medicine trees).
- Sparkling pool with poolside loungers and garden suite.
- Offstreet secure undercover parking.
- Photocopying, fax and internet service available.
- Debit/Visa/Master/Amex credit cards Welcome.
All of this within a 5km radius of:
- The CBD.
- Major Schools.
- Shopping Malls & Cinema’s
- Sporting Venues.
- Maritzburg Golf Course.
- Casino & Restaurants.
- Historical Monuments & Museums.
- Horse Riding & Hiking Trails.
- Nature Reserve’s.
- The Botanical Gardens.
And within an hour from:
- The East Coasts Sunny Beaches.
- Ushaka Marine World.
- The Midlands Meander.
- An International Airport.
- Monte Casino.
- The Pavillion – One of the largest shopping malls in the Southern Hemisphere.
- Tala Valley Game Ranch.
- The Lion Park & Zoological Gardens.
- The Crafty Duck children’s village.
Our friendly Staff are flexible with special care taken to meet your every requirement.
We look forward to accommodating you at Wensleydale Guest Lodge.
‘Sometimes a man hits upon a place to which he mysteriously feels that he belongs.’