Michaelhouse, the Anglican Diocesan College of Natal, was founded in 1896 and is an internationally renowned boarding school for senior boys. Situated on a secure estate in the beautiful Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, the school has a…
A fresh produce market showcasing local growers & producers. Find a selection of locally grown, hand-made produce including organic & artisanal products. There is ample seating & a variety of breakfast & coffee stalls to choose from. Enjoy the morning with family & friends in a child-friendly environment.
Ellingtons Restaurant & Café is a modern contemporary restaurant with an A La Carte menu offering a choice of local cuisine Our Sunday Lunch has become an institution for travelers in and around the Hilton Village area. Join us for a fireside dinner or one of our signature drinks.
Sharing a passion for food and hospitality, Werner & Michele invite you to indulge in the dining pleasures of the country enjoying the panoramic views of both the Kamberg Mountains & Karkloof Valley. With the ethos of freshly prepared and tastefully presented meals, we create a full dining experience for family – young and old. firstname.lastname@example.org www.tumbledowns.co.za
”Arguably the KZN Midlands’ best-loved music venue, Music in The Hills (MiTH) is an opportunity for beginners, professionals, and passionate music fans to share the joy of music at The Knoll Historic Guest Farm. Visit www.mith.co.za for more details and directions. Musicians can contact email@example.com for slots.”
Following a farm to table approach, the Fork n’ Cleaver serves the very best beef that Netherwood Farm has to offer. Grass-fed, hormone-free Angus and Wagyu cuts are served with simple and satisfying sides. Make sure to sample Happy Days Craft Beer and Blueberry Gin as you unwind and watch the long-horned cattle graze in the sunset. Bookings are essential.
Experience old-world charm in the Pietermaritzburg Midlands. Situated right on the doorstep of the Midlands Meander, the four-star architectural showpiece that is ANEW Hotel Hilton, the elegant and upmarket hotel consisting of 97 rooms and boasts all the modern amenities expected from vacationing families and businessmen alike.
Siyaphambili Disabled Crafts is a co-operative group of disabled basket weavers. Their work can be viewed at the Midlands Meander Association Information Centre & Gallery at based at the Nelson Mandela Capture Site. Shiyase Disabled Crafts is Funded by the N3TC emerging Artist & crafter Programme.
Our exciting ‘Ethnicks’ shop in Howick is jam-packed with our own individual stunning ‘Ethnicks Beadwork’ ranges designed, developed & produced in collaboration with over 30 Zulu rural women in addition to a very comprehensive selection of other gifts, curios & handmade crafts well suited to both locals and overseas tourists. Click Here To View our Brochure: Item Brochure
Alson Zuma is a gifted wood carver who creates amazing hand carved panels. His work has featured on the walls of The Palace Hotel, Mala Mala Game Reserve & the KZN cultural Museum. His work can be viewed at the MMA Info Centre /Arts & Crafts Gallery based at the Nelson Mandela Capture Site. Alson Zuma is Funded by the N3TC emerging Artist & crafter Programme.
We are a family-run wine estate, who grow and make our wine on the farm. Experience a unique KZN certified wine tasting and cellar tour in our beautifully newly built wine cellar at Piggly Wiggly.
Themba Creations is a community-based initiative supporting women in Mooi River who are grass mat makers, seamstresses & crocheters. Thier work can be viewed at the Midlands Meander Association Information Centre and Gallery at based at the Nelson Mandela Capture Site. Themba Creations is Funded by the N3TC emerging Artist & crafter Programme.
Swissland Cheese is an established, unique enterprise that pioneered in 1992 by Francine Isaac. The opportunity presented itself in those years when Fran’s Family background of dairy farming and her own passion for the farm life she grew up with, came together just before the time when the only cheeses available and know to the South African public, was the Annatto coloured Cheddar and Gouda. At the same time, cheeses such as Camembert and Brie paved the way for an interest and demand for different styles of cheeses in South Africa. It was the beginning of a new food culture, where healthy wholesome foods were being sought after. This also collided at the start of the well known Midlands Meander tourist route, incorporating artists, artisan and agri-tourism. A route that has become popular in providing and sharing an insight to the lives of these people and the beautiful area in which they live in. The Natal Midlands’ rolling green hills and the lovely farm where Fran grew up, provided a spring burst for her passion and a healthy farm life for her own children. The high hill where the Saanen Goats roam and the valleys that stretch below is where Swissland grew into a fairytale following the […]