The pool and patio area overlook the garden with views of this 1800 ha farm. The accommodation consists of two cosy family units known as "Barbets Corner" and "Egrets View", two en-suite double rooms "Sunbirds View" and "Robins Rest" and one twin room "Hadedas Nest".
A full English and Continental breakfast is served in the beautiful dining room. Dinners are available on request by prior arrangement. Farm fresh produce is used to create dishes with love and care which makes dining at Dusk to Dawn an unforgettable experience. Dusk to Dawn dinners have earned a reputation where good quality ingredients get the respect they deserve by turning them into fabulous meals. The Guesthouse also boasts a Deli, stocked with various dinner options for guests that prefer a private in-room dinner.
Dusk to Dawn is situated on an attractive farm, 1800 ha in extent, with a variety of farming activities. These include: a large modern piggery, dairy, beef farming, maize and timber. Viewing of these different activities is possible by arrangement.
In Room Facilities:
Luxurious accommodation, each unit with en-suite bathrooms, kitchenettes with tea/coffee facilities, mini fridge and microwave, air-conditioners and seating area.
A multitude of activities are available for adults and kids alike.
"Johnny's Arc" offers kids an opportunity to get into close contact with a large variety of farm animals such as chicken, ducks, geese, peacocks, sheep and goats.
Also on offer is a Mini Golf or "putt-putt" course, to unwind after a long drive.
Dusk to Dawn has been registered as a "Birder Friendly Establishment" by Bird Life South Africa. Walks on the farm will offer the keen birder on opportunity to see some of the more than 160 bird species frequenting this farm. Four different walks are marked through lush pastures and grazing cattle leading to 3 different bird hides.
Furthermore, Dusk to Dawn is within easy reach of some of the Northern Natal Battlefields, Itala or Mkuze Game Reserve or even for a day visit to the Kingdom of Swaziland.
Relive the early settler life of the German Mission Families in the "Disputed Territory" of the mid-nineteenth Century as told by Johann Engelbrecht, GBG Tour Guide.
Visit battlefields of the area and gain from his extensive knowledge of the people, history and natural features of this often neglected jewel of South African Country places.
In the Craft shop you will find various unique crafts sourced locally, as well as handmade embroidery crafted by Zulu women at Dusk to Dawn on the farm "Wagendrift". Imbali Handcraft started in 1988 after recognising the hidden talent of the Zulu Women. Imbali is a job-creation project offering a form of income for otherwise unemployed Zulu women living on the farm. Visit the Imbali Handcraft web site.
Painting holidays at Dusk to Dawn include demonstrations and tutoring in your choice of
Day Tours: Luneburg, eNtombe, Khambula, Hlobane
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