The Drakensberg region just like any travel destination offers all types of accommodation ranging from Self-catering, Bed & Breakfast, Guesthouses, Lodges, Camp and Caravan sites, Hotels and Resorts.
But the special feature about Drakensberg accommodation is that it offers a tranquil hideaway and escape where you can experience peace and solitude, as most of the accommodation is hidden away or covered close to the Drakensberg Mountains.
So where to stay? When you’re in the Drakensberg region, here are a few Drakensberg accommodations to consider.
A Drakensberg accommodation Camp and Caravan site is at the Bergville Caravan Park and Chalets is situated on the banks of the Tugela River on the foothills of the Northern and Central Drakensberg area. There are fully equipped chalets, Rongdavels and park homes. Amenities are swimming pool, trampoline, tennis courts, bowling greens, historical monuments close by and fishing and canoeing.
For a Self-catering Drakensberg accommodation book into The Ponds in Central Drakensberg Champagne Valley, it offers two fully equipped quaint cottages called Guinea Fowl cottage and Ferndale cottage and that can accommodate four people. Attractions in the area include huge trees some of which are 150 years old, and lots of activities and just to name some zip lining, game driving and helicopter flips.
A highly graded Bed & Breakfast Drakensberg accommodation is the Bingelela Contemporary Classic Restaurant and Bed & Breakfast in the Northern Drakensberg is situated on a farm and has 12 free standing thatched cottages to accommodate you. You can quad bike or you can enjoy an alfresco setting by the swimming pool.
Or choose to stay at Easby Guest House, a three star establishment in the Northern Drakensberg has 10 rooms with full suites, a pub and pool room, there’s a backyard with garden, bar on site and pets are allowed.
At the Three Tree Lodge, a top rated accommodation with Certificate of Excellence Awards from leading Travel Website Company Tripadvisor, among many other tourism accolades is eco-friendly establishment that’s four-star rated and intimate. Go Mountain biking, game walking or Horseback riding through the hills.
Sani Valley Lodge and Hotel is one of TripAdvisor’s 10 Best Drakensberg Region Hotels and a Traveller’s Choice Winner. It’s a private luxury nature lodge scattered on the edge of one of the largest privately owned lakes in South Africa, which is surrounded by a variety of antelope, zebra, baboons and birdlife.