The hotel has its own rose garden which features 20 varieties of roses. It also boasts trees like pomegranate, lemon, olive and pear which dates back to 1852 when it was built as a working farm. It opened its doors to travelers in 7th of December 1992. It is privately owned and run by Nic and Ferda Barrow. Ferda is a teacher with deep passion for gardening, cooking and interior design. Thanks to her, the rooms house is furnished traditional style with contemporary twist.
This historic building was built in 1898. It sits in a lush English setting in the green suburb of Walmer, a perfect place for tranquil getaways. Hacklewood Hill is one of the few standing Victorian Manor Houses, it maintains the old-world elegance while keeping up with the pace of modern comforts. Once you walk in, you are greeted by intricately stained glass doors, gleaming wooden floors and banisters.
Initially built in 1909, this manor house boasts a Victorian style and architecture with high ceilings and large windows. Having managed to retain this period splendour and style, the manor has been turned into a charming hotel that offers the most exquisite services and accommodation facilities to all its guests.
This 4-star hotel is located along the coastline of Durban’s Golden Mile area. It offers direct sea views and access to the beach through a paved walkway. The beach is only 200 meters away from the property.