Lindisfarne B&B Description
This Elegant Homestead situated on 2 acres of parklike gardens has become sought after by tourists and Corporates who want good hospitality, cleanliness, comfort and peace and quiet The main house was designed by a Dutch architect and built in 1956 as a family home. It was passed down from father to son and remained in the family until 1997 when purchased by Jane and Paul with a view to running a B and B Both being professional entertainers, they named the property Lindisfarne after the British Folk/Rock Group who were popular during the early 70's There is also a small island off the Northumberland coast in Northeastern England known as Holy Island/Lindisfarne where the Vikings launched their attack against England and the Lindisfarne Gospels, were written during the 7th Century Botha's Hill is known to have the third healthiest climate in the world. We are considerably cooler than Durban and it is advised some warm clothing always be brought, even in summer
We are located in Botha's Hill in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa and form a part of the Thousand Hills Experience Route T1 better known as The Comrades Route; approximately 50 km from Durban Beachfront in the Hillcrest area Get up close and personal with our Zulu culture at Phezulu, Izinthaba and Jabu's Isithumba cultural villages Crocodile and Reptile farm Tala Valley game ranch with night game viewing Microlight flips over the 1000 Hills Plenty of craft and furniture shops Horse riding through Shongweni Reserve and at Drummond Choice wedding venues Restaurants and Pubs Heritage Market, Victorian style shopping centre Supper Theatre
Lindisfarne B&B Directions
Approx halfway between Durban and Pietermaritzburg. 2 mins from Hillcrest Centre within easy access to all major freeways From the N3 or M13 take Shongweni/Assagay Turnoff. At the stop street, turn right if travelling from Durban or Left if travelling from JHB. Follow Kassier road to T Junction and turn left up hill. At the top of the hill on the left is the Fainting Goat Shopping centre. Turn left and immediate right at the fork into Chapel Road - number 32. Signposted from the Fainting Goat.