Inversanda is a country lover’s haven situated in the beautiful Dargle Valley. We are in the privileged position of being situated right at the end of the road; a place to relax and soak up the peace and tranquility. Children, horses and well-behaved pets are most welcome.
At Inversanda we are passionate about 3 things: our farm, our animals and the magical valley in which we are so privileged to live. The farm dates back to the 1800s and up until the late 1970s the crops were all planted and harvested with working oxen. Today our 20 horses and 100 Hereford cows and calves happily graze on the lush kikuyu pastures.
We are a destination for those who want to get completely away. Animal lovers are particulary welcome. Harold, the jack russell; Winston the great dane; Matilda the hand reared cow – not to mention the horses – are all keen to introduce themselves. Infact maybe too keen! Visitors are warned to keep their doors closed otherwise not only will Harold move in, but Matilda too!
Visitors can simply relax and enjoy a good book by the fire or on the verandah, or alternatively take some invigorating exercise. There are wonderful walks, mountain bike trails, swimming, fishing and tubing in 2.5kms of Umgeni River (in season) and fantastic horse trails for experienced riders. There is also a swimming pool and trampoline.
Barn Cottage (6)
Our new barn cottage is proving very popular. It has a double bedroom with king size extra-long bed with ensuite full bathroom; a 2nd bedroom with twin beds and a bunk bed with ensuite shower/WC; a large sitting room/dining room/kitchen with fireplace and large verandah with magnificent view.
Farmhouse Private Wing (4)
The farmhouse was built to a scale more commonly found on the sugar cane estates of the North Coast. The private wing sleeps 4 and has its own entrance and comprises a large sitting room with fireplace, dining room, kitchenette, large double bedroom with king-size extra-long bed, twin bedroom, large shared bathroom and verandah with magnificent view. It also has its own fenced garden.