Ideally located, central to the Ladysmith Central Business District, totally safe and secure, Peaches & Cream is a beautiful, secluded and gracious colonial home nestled in a lush indigenous garden in the historically rich town of Ladysmith.
Each of our tastefully decorated en-suite rooms is fully equipped with comfortable quality beds, full DSTV, HD Flat Screen TV's, telephones, free WiFi, tea and coffee, air-conditioning and electric blankets . Offering comfort and privacy to the business person or traveller. Luxury suites are also available for the executive or those special occasions.
We are a Strictly Halaal Bed and Breakfast.
Within our Lush Garden a Variety of Birdlife Exists. All Guests Experience Warm Hospitality and Home-Away-From-Home Comforts as we Become a Family. Each Guest is Catered to Individually Ensuring Maximum Satisfaction.
Centrally situated in the historical town of Ladysmith, Peaches & Cream is a gracious old colonial home surrounded by a magnificent indigenous garden with abundant birdlife.
In Room Facilities:
Each of our Tastefully Decorated En-suite Rooms is Fully Equipped with Comfortable Quality Beds, Full DSTV, HD Flat Screen TV's, Telephones, Free WiFi, Tea and Coffee, Air-Conditioning and Electric Blankets as well as a Mini Bar.
Restaurants are within safe walking distance. Historical tours can be arranged with local guides.
* Nambiti Private Game Reserve:
The spectacular Nambiti Private Game Reserve offers a malaria-free wilderness retreat near the southern Drakensberg in KwaZulu-Natal. Guests can experience the romance, adventure and excitement of Africa in this private reserve that is home to the Big Five.
* Statue of Gandhi:
The legendary Mahatma Gandhi, among many other things, served with General Buller's relief forces after the Siege of Ladysmith. He also trained 1100 Indians who participated in the battle. In 1993 the Hindu community paid tribute to the work of Gandhi by building a statue of him at the Lord Vishnu Temple.
* Spion Kop Battlefield:
As you travel on the N3 linking Durban and Johannesburg, only 8 km off the motorway near Ladysmith, you'll arrives at the famous Battlefield of Spion Kop. Over a century ago on the 24th January 1900, Spion Kop was the scene of a bloody and futile battle fought between South Africans and British forces during the South African War.