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About Cowies Hill

Standing on a crest 366m above sea level, Cowies Hill looks out high above Pinetown in the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. Cowies Hill consists of exclusive properties with large established gardens and a strong sense... Show more

Accommodation Types:
fireplace, apartments, bed and breakfast, cottages, guest houses, self catering.

Cowies Hill Reviews

5.0 out of 5

judy goge

Cowies Hill is safe and secure, the house is very clean and you always feel like your home. I really enjoyed it, me and my few friends went with. I...

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Cowies Hill Reviews

judy goge
19 November 2018

Cowies Hill is safe and secure, the house is very clean and you always feel like your home. I really enjoyed it, me and my few friends went with. I would really recommend it for family vacations or couples.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Patrick David
29 July 2018

Secure suburb and easy access to the freeways.

Superb. 5 out of 5

More info about Cowies Hill

Standing on a crest 366m above sea level, Cowies Hill looks out high above Pinetown in the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. Cowies Hill consists of exclusive properties with large established gardens and a strong sense of community. The suburb has a hall and sports club with 6 floodlit tennis courts. A pre-primary school is located here too with higher learning schools in adjoining suburbs and the University of KwaZulu-Natal campus only 6km away.

Cowies Hill features prominently in marathon runner’s minds; it’s the punishing hill to be negotiated on the final run into Durban during the Comrades Marathon down run and also the cut-off point where runners are turned away if they haven’t reached Cowies Hill within a specified time period.

From its elevated position, Cowies Hill residents have exceptional views of Pinetown and surrounding greenery, the thick foliage thriving in the region’s subtropical climate. And for visitors, Cowies Hill is easily accessible, with major... Show more