An elegant retreat with affordable prices. Built on the Nyoni Rock, below which the Zulu commander stood during the Battle of Isandlwana in 1879.
With unsurpassed views of Isandlwana Hill, there is a good restaurant, pool and easy access to The Battlefields.
Isandlwana Lodge captures all the drama and texture of the area’s rich history, whilst offering total relaxation, comfort and luxury for guests.
Sweeping panoramic views extend across rural Zululand plains and the famous battlefield.
The 12 comfortable en-suite bedrooms each have verandahs and sweeping views.
Soak up the ambience of your surrounds, from the pool-deck or wrap-around verandah.
To end the day… unwind over sun downers and snacks at the intimate bar or relax over a delicious home-cooked meal and a glass of South African wine
in the thatched dining room, with its amazing outlook.
There is also a comfortably furnished guesthouse with two units. One has two bedrooms, a large lounge and kitchen, with a full bath.
The other has a combined sitting/bedroom, and a small kitchen with a full bath. Both offer self-catering and can be rented as one unit.
Reservations for meals will be taken by the lodge. The guesthouse is ideal for families as the lodge does not take children under 7 years.
Those interested in the history of the area and the country will be mesmerised by the storytelling of our resident guide,
Dalton Ngobese, himself a decedent of one of the impi warriors at The Battle of Isandlwana.
Tours to the Isandlwana, Rorke’s Drift and other battlefields should be booked in advance.
There is lots to do including, riding and hiking.
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