Fugitives Drift Guest House

 
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Location

D31 Rorkes Drift

Price range - complete one of the options

Rates/person
R2000 - R5000

About the establishment

General facilities & services
  • Baby sitting
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Laundry facilities
  • Wireless internet
Activities offered
  • Bird-watching
  • Game watching
  • Hiking
  • Horse riding
  • Mountain biking
  • Swimming pool
Getting there/ what's nearby
  • Wilderness area
  • Heritage environment

This spectacular property, a Natural Heritage Site, overlooks Isandlwana & the Oskarsberg at Rorke’s Drift. Rooms are en-suite with private verandas & have sweeping views of the reserve. The battlefield tours led by the Rattray brothers & our team have achieved an international reputation

Fugitives’ Drift consists of three luxurious lodges: the Lodge, the Guest House and Umzinyathi House, each with its own unique ambience. Guests can stay at the original Lodge which has recently undergone a major renovation, Half a kilometre further up the hill is the old colonial farmhouse and cottages of the Guest House with its more open, savannah-like aspect, and a further half a kilometre up the hill, set back from public access in private seclusion is the luxurious self-catering Umzinyathi House. Both the Lodge and the Guest House have swimming pools. Guest rooms in all three lodges are well appointed, comfortable and spacious. Meals are served table d’hôte in the individual dining rooms or, weather permitting, outside on the decks.

The battlefield tours led by the Rattray brothers and our team have achieved an international reputation for which Fugitives’ Drift is renowned. The formula of entertaining people with moving, detailed presentations on site, offering wonderful food and exclusive lodges, has proved itself

Further activities include horse-riding, bird watching, fishing in the Buffalo River, mountain biking and game walks. Expect excellent hospitality and personal service.

The legacy of David Rattray lives on, Nicky and her sons Andrew and Douglas deliver a world-class experience setting the benchmark for heritage tourism in South Africa.



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