Guests are invited to unwind at this gracious thatched home where the accent is on comfort and genuine warm hospitality. Beautiful and newly appointed bedrooms. Set in a secluded garden, the sparkling pool offers a welcome respite from the KwaZulu-Natal sun and, when the day is done, a congenial evening can be enjoyed in the Nags Head Pub. On cold winter nights, enjoy a warm beverage in the lounge around the fire.
After a good, peaceful night's rest, enjoy your early morning coffee sitting around the pool in the morning sun and then to the yellow wood dining room where a hearty breakfast is not to be missed.
Warrens attracts a wide range of guests, among them businessmen, sportsmen, families and overseas visitors. Close to Pinetown, 20 min from Durban and minutes from the N3 Highway, it offers guests easy access to the region’s prime destinations, including wedding venues, golf courses, race courses, game reserves and the 1000 Hills and the Midlands Meander.
In Room Facilities:
Beautiful and newly appointed bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms each have their own entrance. Some rooms have kitchenettes and all have microwaves and fridges.
Literally on a hill on a crest someway above Durban, Hillcrest was once a little hamlet that bordered on the Valley of a Thousand Hills, surrounded by green pastures and farmland. It was a retreat away from the hub of the city, somewhere one could escape to cooler air and guaranteed peace and quiet.
And then the property boom occurred, and Hillcrest was jolted out of its former drowsy insignificance to become, almost overnight, a boom town that now serves as a suburb to Durban, where people seek a safer, less crowded country lifestyle far from the madding crowd. Hillcrest’s Main Road, once a cosy residential idle, is now rezoned for office and commercial use.
Vacant land has been given over to retirement villages, equestrian estates, gated security communities and golf estates. There’s little in the way of heavy industry out in Hillcrest, which, despite the boom, means that Hillcrest manages to retain its country village feel.
There’s also plenty to do. Durban is a mere 20 minutes’ drive, the Shongweni Farmers market every Saturday morning provides a wonderful place to buy organic and fresh produce, and contributes even further to the feeling of country living, and the plethora of farm stalls, nurseries, country pubs and artists’ havens mean that one doesn’t have to leave the charm of country living or head off to malls to shop.
* Warrens Legendary Breakfast.
* Dinners by arrangement, please select when booking.
* Transfers can be arranged.
* Please note: ALL ROOMS NON-SMOKING
* Fridges and microwaves in all rooms.
* Laundry Facilities.
* Swimming Pool.
* Indoor Fireplace.
* Satellite TV.
* Credit Card Facilities.
* Room Service.
* Parking on Premises.
* 1000 Hills Choo Choo.
* Cotswold Downs Golf Course.
* Durban and Surrounds Birding Route.
* Krantzkloof Nature Reserve.
* Shongweni Resources Reserve.
* Stretta Café.
* Giba Gorge Mountain Bike Park.
* HACT Plant Nursery.
* Heritage Market Shopping Centre.
* Ludwig's Star Roses.
* Monteseel Rock Climbing Routes.