5 Historical Stays in KwaZulu-Natal

Last updated: Aug 30, 2017

Enjoy these 5 interesting historical stays in KwaZulu-Natal

Rorke’s Drift – Isandlwana Lodge, From R3600 per person

Isandlwana Lodge

Isandlwana Lodge has been welcoming travellers since 1999 and affords them an unforgettable experience where history is brought to life. Located 4 hours from Durban, the lodge has thirteen stylish en-suite bedrooms each with private balconies overlooking the Battlefield of Isandlwana.

Greytown – Lord Grey Guesthouse, From R375 per person

Lord Grey Guesthouse

The Lord Grey Guesthouse, named in honour of Sir George Grey, KCB, Cape Governor 1854 - 1861 is a Nineteenth Century Victorian Homestead centrally located just above the Greytown CBD. Regarded as a building of 'significance' by the heritage council, the Lord Grey is also one of Greytowns oldest Guesthouses, with an intimate and 'homely' atmosphere often lost with larger establishments.

Dundee – Penryn , From R480 per person


A touch of luxury at a reasonable price! Penryn is a gracious old home, situated in central Dundee, close to all amenities and easily accessible. It is a listed building.

The house has been tastefully converted into a charming and comfortable B&B while carefully preserving its essential Victorian ambience.

Ladysmith – Peaches and Cream B&B , From R375 per person

Peaches and Cream B&B

Ideally located, central to the Ladysmith Central Business District, totally safe and secure, Peaches & Cream is a beautiful, secluded and gracious colonial home nestled in a lush indigenous garden in the historically rich town of Ladysmith.

Dundee – The Royal Country Inn , From R305 per person

The Royal Country Inn

The Royal Country Inn in Dundee combines the benefits of modern accommodation with an old-world charm. Situated in the heart of the battlefields, halfway between Johannesburg and Durban, it is the ideal stopover for weary travellers, as well as a convenient base from which to explore the rich history of the surrounding area.