The spectacular tranquility and peace of the fabulous Old Halliwell Country Inn will escort you far from the chaos of the city life. One hours drive from Durban and four hours drive from Johannesburg, set in the gorgeous scenic midlands outside of the historic hamlet of the lovely Curry's Post. The fabulous stone home dates back to 1830 and was originally on one of the wagon routes. This Inn has managed to capture the charm and traditions of a gracious age.
Accommodation at Old Halliwell Country Inn consists of:
Old Halliwell Country Inn has tastefully decorated bedrooms that are comfortable and spacious. Guests can enjoy the warmth of the roaring fireplace and the privacy that the verandah holds, while looking over the Karkloof Valley. Each of these rooms caters for every guests need, from heated towel rails to a fireplace to spa baths. All our rooms have Open View HD TV (Not DSTV). In the Pub we have all the sports channels and Sky News
There are 3 Valley Suites, 9 Garden Suites, an inter-leading family room and an open plan L shaped family room. The Valley Suites have en-suite bathrooms consisting of a shower and spa-bath, heated towel rails, underfloor heating, an open fireplace and private patio. The Garden Suites all have an en-suite bathroom with a bath, some of them have a king-size bed and some of them have 2 single beds, all with a private patio. The inter-leading family room has a king-size bed in one room and two single beds in the other room, each with there own en-suite bathroom. The Open plan family room has a king-size bed and 2 single beds in with an en-suite bathroom with a bath and shower.
Tantalize your palate in comfort at the a-la-Carte restaurant with all their delights during lunch time and dinner time. Steven's Bar offers great refreshments and after dinner cognacs while enjoying the comfort of the lovely lounge.
The marvelous Midlands area beckon with trout fishing, spectacular waterfalls, golf courses, winding rivers, brilliant bird life, wild flowers and many craft shops and art galleries. There are also tours of the battlefields, sailing, canoeing, cheese making, farm stalls, horse riding, candle dipping, fly fishing and hiking. Get up early every morning walk alongside the beautiful dams while the mist steams ever so gently from the still cool waters, cycle along the country lanes and breath in the fresh air.