Beverley Country Cottage is an ideal getaway in peaceful surroundings
A two times National Lilizela Tourism Award winner for the best 3-star, self-catering accommodation – exclusive use, in South Africa, is testament to the service excellence, attention to detail and country hospitality you can expect from our team at Beverley Country Cottages
Set in the beautiful Dargle Valley of the Natal Midlands, on the farm Beverley, where the early Irish settlers set up home in the late 1800’s, Beverley Country Cottages is part of the Midlands Meander, a haven for world class artists and craftsmen and where one can experience a gentler pace of life, while enjoying our friendly hospitality and comfortable accommodations.
All our cottages are beautifully appointed for self-catering, although breakfast and dinners are available on request and served in the comfort of your cottage. All bedrooms are en suite, with a shower and a bath. The comfortable lounges have log fire places, which are lit for your arrival, bringing much warmth to those chilly wintry days outside!
The cottages are ideal for romantic, peaceful getaways to fun filled family holidays where children can run free in a safe environment. Children can have pony rides on William, play with the chickens, interact with the cows and take the dogs for a walk!
Beverley Country Cottages can comfortably sleep 24 guests sharing with sleeper couches in some of the rooms for extra children.
All our cottages & Rooms are fitted with:
- Tea & Coffee facilities with scrumptious home baked cookies
- Fresh milk on arrival
- Flat screen TV’s with DSTV
- Fridges& freezes
- Electric Blankets
- Limited supply of Chopped wood
- Complimentary WIFI
A tennis court is available for use. Walks, bike rides and fishing can be arranged locally.
Nguni cattle, noble horses, dogs and fowls add to the ambience of this place you’d like to call home. From picturesque landscapes and prolific birdlife to country cuisine and arty crafts, the Midlands has activities to suit all persuasions – and it’s right here that guests choose to lay their heads after an exhilarating day of exploration.
For those who appreciate history; value uninterrupted serenity; and enjoy the freedom of country living, then this is the place to be. While the original, stone farmstead dates to 1913, it was here, in 1847, that the Irish settler Thomas Fannin bought land. Today the Kelly’s open their tranquil, pet-friendly lifestyle to those who prefer to journey along roads less travelled.
No minimum night stays. Pet friendly. Child friendly
10% Pensioners discount
To take advantage of this pensioner discount,
please reference You’ve Earned It / YEI 177 when making an enquiry or booking.