Beverley Country Cottage is an ideal getaway in peaceful surroundings
Beverley Farm is situated on a hilltop with magnificent views of the rolling midlands all around, surrounded by lush
lawns, paddocks, azalea bushes, Rhododendrons, Yellow woods and 2 magnificent old Oak trees. We are ideal for a romantic country getaway in very peaceful surroundings
Owned and managed by Kate and Garry Kelly, Beverley Country Cottage is situated in the beautiful valley of Dargle, on the Midlands Meander, looking down on the Umgeni River over looked by the handsome N’Hlosane Mountain. Dargle is an area South West of the N3 and is accessed from Lions River off the R103.
Beverley Country Cottages offers 3 star accommodations with 4 star services.
Beverley Country cottages offers you the choice of 4 stunning self catering cottages and 2 comfortable BnB rooms, sleeping 22 in total. It consists of the old Stables (sleeps 6 in 3 en-suite bedrooms), Hayloft (sleeps 2 with an en-suite bathroom), Dairy (sleeps 4 in 2 en-suite bedrooms) and the double story Thatched House (sleeps 6 in 3 en-suite bedrooms) which have been lovingly converted and renovated into beautiful self catering cottages, completely self contained.
In the original stone homestead, built in 1913, there are an additional two large rooms with oregan floors and ceilings, which are offered on a bed and breakfast basis only. Enjoy the splendour of these elegant rooms, while relaxing in the grand Victorian baths or the comfortable sleigh, or four-poster beds. They each have their own separate entrances off a shared veranda.
Beverley Country cottages are perfectly situated along the Midlands Meander which is in KwaZulu-Natal’s Southern Drakensberg. They are close to the hamlet of Dargle which takes its name from the Dargle stream, a tributary of the Mgeni River. Dargle is the name of a stream near Dublin in Ireland, and it is thought that an Irish immigrant, Thomas Fannin, bestowed the name upon the KwaZulu-Natal village. Dargle has retained its original charm and is a great spot for a wonderful, relaxing breakaway.
For the traveler interested in art, culture and great dining, the Midlands Meander should be top of the list. This haven for artists is home to many studios, shops and galleries, and tourists can enjoy watching the artists at work. The products that are created by these talented artisans are on sale, with some of them including leather-ware, paintings, sculptures and stained glass.
Nature lovers are also in for a treat when visiting the Midlands countryside. The green rolling hills are home to a wide variety of bird species, and the views of the Dargle Valley and surrounds are magnificent.
10% discount to pensioners mid-week
To take advantage of this pensioner discount,
please reference You’ve Earned It / YEI 177 when making an enquiry or booking.