- 4 Star Guest House graded by the TGCSA
- FREE WiFi Internet access to all guests
- Over 40 DSTV channels in every room
- Our 10 Rooms include either King, Queen, Double or Single beds
- A 3 Course Dinner Meal (on request)
- Free VIP Gold & Mocha Java Filter Coffee in every room
We offer a relaxing environment for both tourists and businesspersons, situated on the outskirts of a town full of historical interest. At Nauntons Guest House we pride ourselves on spoiling you and making it a perfect home away from home. Our estate is situated 2km outside Ladysmith, Kwa-Zulu Natal. Our 10 en-suite bedrooms are beautifully furnished and each room includes a 32inch Flat Screen TV with over 40 DSTV channels and is air conditioned.
A superb 3-course dinner is available on request. We cater for all special dietary requirements. We take immense pride in our food and serve only the best quality. Laundry is also available. Our staff is dedicated to making your stay as pleasant as possible. We have a huge living area where you can either enjoy the home-theatre system or simply relax at the honesty bar after a long day's work. Guests are welcome to make use of the swimming pool area.
We also co-ordinate weddings from beginning to end. All kinds of weddings can be organised - Western, Eastern and African. No matter how small or how big the budget, our team can create a wedding to suite your tastes, themes and colours. A choice of on-site venues are available from Thandana Wedding & Conference venue to garden weddings where the couple can get married under a gazebo in a very tranquil setting.
In Room Facilities:
Each room includes a 32inch Flat Screen TV with 60 DSTV channels, a mini bar refrigerator and a tea & coffee station. Every room has it's own en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning unit. The room also includes complimentary internet, filter coffee, mineral water and toiletries upon arrival.
Ladysmith is a city in the Uthukela District of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is 230 kilometres (140 mi) north-west of Durban and 365 kilometres (227 mi) south of Johannesburg. Important industries in the area include food processing, textile and tyre production.
Located on the banks of the erratic Klip River, Ladysmith was founded by a group of ranchers in 1847. They declared the independent Klip River Republic, though it was another of the transitory Boer states, as British authority was declared over the area a few months later. The British planned a town to be the administrative centre of the district and named it Ladysmith in honour of the Spanish wife of Sir Harry Smith, then Governor of the Cape.
Ladysmith became famous during the Anglo-Boer War, when Boers besieged the British Garrison town for 118 days. They were trying to stop the British from continuing north into the Boer republic of Traansvaal.
Relief came for the beleaguered citizens and soldiers in February 1900, when morale was at its lowest and dysentery had begun to take its toll. The column of British soldiers who finally freed Ladysmith had suffered several defeats at the hands of the Boers on their march south, due to the Boers' guerrilla tactics.
Today Ladysmith is an important road and rail junction where the main routes from Durban diverge towards the Orange Free State and Gauteng. The main activity in the area is horse breeding and ranching. Corn, soya beans, oats, fruit and vegetables are also perfectly suited to growing in this warm climate.
- Braai / barbecue -onsite
- Car hire (less than 5km)
- Wedding/conference venue onsite
- DSTV in communal area
- Game drives (less than 30km)
- Laundry facilities onsite
- Outdoor pool
- Secure parking all onsite
- 24 Hour Armed Security