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Qambathi Mountain Lodge

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Restaurants

Lodge Restaurant - Qambathi Mountain Lodge

Guests staying at the Qambathi Mountain Lodge, KwaZulu-Natal, may experience “fine dining at its best”.  Breakfast and dinner, a set menu, is served daily and lunch and picnic baskets are available on request.

Pool Deck and Chill Bar - Qambathi Mountain Lodge

With its panoramic garden and mountain views, the Pool Deck at the Qambathi Mountain Lodge is an outstanding place to appreciate a sumptuous drink from the Chill Bar.

Activities, Sports & Leisure

Swimming

The pool deck is home to an attractive swimming pool with majestic views of the gardens and mountains.  A swim in this delightful pool will ensure that guests are well and truly relaxed and revitalized.

Game drives

Eland, hartebeest, blesbok, zebra, duiker, reedbuck and the protected orbit, are all wildlife on the local reserves.  Discover these sights during a game drive in the open game viewer while witnessing the outstanding view from the mountain top.  There is a fascinating mixture of grasslands, wetlands, and local mountain forests and so the local landscape allows for exceptional sightseeing.

Wine and Dine initiative

The Qambathi Mountain Lodge forms part of a KwaZulu-Natal Wine and Dine Initiative where guests and tourists can experience the highest standard of gastronomy from just a select few good lodges in the region.

Guests mingle with the chef and benefit from his tips and wine pairing with the delicious food.  Courses develop into exciting events that inspire entertaining discussions with the chef and other diners.  Bush dinners and shining stargazing around the boma fire set the tone for a perfect end to the picture-perfect day.

Nearby activities

The extensive 200-kilometer long mountain range, The Drakensberg, provides an incredible backdrop for unique experiences in the region. The mountainous wonderland is a world heritage site and so very popular amongst South Africans and international tourists alike while The Kamberg Nature Reserve and The Highmoor Nature Reserve (just 5km away from the lodge) leave guests breathless at the magnificence of the region.

Nearby attractions

The Midlands Meander, best described as one of South Africa’s most popular travel routes, is renowned for its beautiful and breath-taking splendor.

Attractions include lures of a former area as well as some outdoor activities ranging from golf to horse riding, fly-fishing to picturesque park-drives.  Some might say the “shop-till-you-drop” experience at the exclusive arts and crafts amenities is the best of all!

Conferences & Events

Conferences at the Qambathi Mountain Lodge

Although primarily designed as a wedding venue, the Qambathi Mountain Lodge can be used for business meetings and conferences and offers guests access to a fax machine, internet-enabled PC and a photocopy machine.

Summer and winter weddings are accommodated in the “boutique barn” Although many couples have said their nuptials under the forest trees or in the glorious gardens.  The lodge’s deck, with impressive views of the garden, plays host to excellent receptions and can accommodate a maximum of eighty guests.

Services

Check in and Check Out Times
  • Check in: 14:00
  • Check out: 10:00
Business Services
  • Hotel Wi-Fi
  • Wireless Internet access in public areas
General Services
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Airport transfers
  • Braai & Barbeque
  • Daily newspaper
  • Dry cleaning service
  • Housekeeping service
  • Individual climate controlled room
  • Internet connection
  • Laundry services
  • Safari drives
  • Safety deposit box
  • Tours & Transfers on Request
  • Walking safaris
Malaria Status and Animals
  • KwaZulu-Natal's Qambathi Mountain Lodge is in a non-malaria area of South Africa.

    The resident wildlife includes:

    • Zebra
    • Hartebeest
    • Blesbuck
    • Oribi
    • Reedbuck
    • Eland
    • Bush Buck
    • Duiker and various small cat species.
Children Policy
  • Please note that the Qambathi Mountain Lodge in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, does not accept children under the age of twelve.  

    Children over twelve are charged as adults.

Available Rooms

Lodge room

# Rooms:
5

The Qambathi Mountain Lodge in the Drakensberg of KwaZulu-Natal offers five rooms all decorated in natural tones and providing extreme comfort - the ideal resting place.

 Standard Room features:

  • Area information booklet
  • Bathrobes
  • Bathroom towels
  • Beach towels
  • Bed linen
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Writing desk
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet connection (dial-up) – only some of the rooms offer this
  • Iron/trouser press
  • Patio/Veranda/Balcony – only some of the rooms offer this
  • Room safe
  • Smoking is not allowed
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Under-floor heating.
Single Room R1620
Double Room R3240

Garden Suite

Single Room R1810
Double Room R3620
 

GPS Co-Ordinates

Latitude: -29.339737

Longitude: 29.711331

Directions

Directions by road from the N3 toll road:

- Take the R 103 turn off to Rosetta if coming from Mooi River.
- If coming from Pietermaritzburg, take the R103 to Nottingham Road turn off.
- Follow the signs to Rosetta and then turn either left or ride on the road indicated as Kamberg Rock Art Centre.
- Follow this road for 28 km before turning left onto a gravel road, also indicated as Kamberg Camp and Rock Art Centre.
- After 1.9 km you will find the Qambathi Mountain Reserve gate on the right-hand side.

Distances:

- Rosetta 28 km
- Nottingham Road 33 km
- Mooi River 42 km
- Durban Central 180 km.

Parking

On site parking facilities are provided for guests.

Star Rating

4 Star

Memberships

  • Flavours of KwaZulu-Natal