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Scottsville is one of the older suburbs in KwaZulu-Natal's capital City, Pietermaritzburg. Within the boundaries of Scottsville are a number of educational institutions, including the University of KwaZulu-Natal [UKZN] and Durban University of Technology [DUT] and a wide range of primary and secondary schools, both independent and state. Schools such as Epworth, St John's, St Charles, Merchiston are situated in the suburb with more in the neighbouring suburb.
One has a choice of 3 shopping centres, where all the major banks are situated plus a number of national supermarket chains. The Suburb has a golf course, horse racing track, sporting fields for various sports such as cricket, rugby, football and hockey. The Golden Horse Casino and Hotel are found here and many other accommodation options, such as Jean-Lee B&B, Ridgeway Close, Aberfeldy and Tancredi. They offer both B&B and self-catering options.
The residents of Scottsville are predominately academic and professional; it is a highly sort after residential suburb. It has easy access to the CBD and the N3 highway.
Good spots to eat.
Central and safe.
Scottsville is a large suburb situated to the south-east of Pietermaritzburg city centre in the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. This neat residential suburb has a high concentration of the country’s top schools and the University of KwaZulu-Natal Pietermaritzburg campus is located here. The suburb is bounded by rivers and a canal running through the suburb with large sections of green space available to residents.
Scottsville buzzes with student activity which has shopping centres and strip malls, sports parks, a horseracing track and churches of all denominations, some housed in old Victorian-style buildings. The suburb is only a few minutes’ walk to Pietermaritzburg city centre.
Top 8 reasons to visit Scottsville
1. Horse riding is a popular pastime in Pietermaritzburg and there are a number of riding schools in and around the city. The Canterbury Equestrian Centre borders a nature reserve nearby and further afield is the Ashburton Pony Club.
2. Named after the long... Show more