There is a house in Eshowe; they call ‘The House in Zululand.’ It’s an absolute beauty with a story that began almost 130 years ago! The house itself is one of several that were built between 1883 and 1888, when the British occupying force needed accommodation for officers and families.
Now 130 gorgeous summers later, the house has been renovated to be a stunning function venue, also offering accommodation. The house is surrounded by an enchanting garden, draped with indigenous trees.
A part from the manicured lawn and stunning design of the house, you’ll find the rustic Wall Room Café that serves mouth-watering food. The House in Zululand is also famous for hosting live ‘gigs’, usually a full house of locals enjoying the atmosphere and vibe.
If you’re thinking of making a stop here, consider booking in and then exploring Eshowe! We hear that the Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk is on their doorstep, thriving with birdlife. You could also make a pit stop at Fort Nongqayi Museum Village, which is only 5 minutes away.