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The Bend Country House

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Home Information

Region: KwaZulu-Natal Area: Nottingham Road
Price: 525.00 Type: Guest House

Property Description

This well established country house dating from the 1930’s is situated on a magnificent Nature Estate of 1400 hectares. It nestles in a secluded amphitheatre in the foothills of the majestic Drakensberg and is a sanctuary for all who visit.

Pricing

From: 525.00 Per Person
From: 1195.00 Per Unit
From: 775.00 Single

Specials

No specials available 0

Features

  1. Facilities
  2. Activities Near
  3. Reviews

Facilities

Wheelchair Enabled
Credit Card Facilities
Available This Weekend
Available Next Weekend
Cosy
Winter School Holidays

Activities Near

Fishing
Horse Riding
Walking

Reviews

Spending time with my husband.

Definitely not a 4 star hotel. The staff is very friendly, but The Bend needs a lot of help. No Reception (table, room etc - had to walk into kitchen to ask for help on our arrival) The pipe underneath the toilet is dirty. Blood on the linen. No toilet paper. Headboard torn. Tea is old in the little glass container or its a very cheap tea. No fridge to keep milk cold. No Television in room therefor no DSTV in room - however in the lounge is a TV with a ironing board in front of it with a broken remote. For breakfast no bowls available. If one expects nothing its good but, if it you expect a 4 star hotel as advertised it is a huge disappointment. Road to The Bend is a gravel road - and we had a puncture due to the rocky road. Again the staff is friendly and they try hard, but need serious help and unfortunately its not what we expected and for the money I paid it was a disappointment. The food we received was okey, but again no menu. We were told its a butternut soup, however were given a fish soup. The Main meal was tasty and the desert too.

Miriam Otto

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