Double Bed can be separated into two singles. 4aPrivate communal area for rooms 4a & 4b
Sugar Hill Manor. Room 4
Sugar Hill Manor. Room 4
4 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1 bath
4 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1 bath
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Summary.
The moment you arrive at the Sugar Hill Manor Guesthouse in Eshowe you will feel welcome and at home. Set in a large, 100-year-old Victorian home with magnificent country views, the property provides a comfortable and friendly country guesthouse with colonial family atmosphere in a spacious garden.
Sugar Hill Manor has become an ideal stopover for local and overseas travelers and businessmen. The family home has been elegantly converted to provide seven light and airy bedrooms.

The space

The Guesthouse has:
-7 rooms -en suite double, twin, single and family including a separate en suite Graden Cottage
-Wifi.-Dstv-Secure parking-24 hour reception-Fans and heaters available.
-A large veranda with stunning views over sugar cane plantations and countryside.
-Dining Room / Lounge for you to relax in-Braai facilities.
Extras:
-Tips on all the best of the local attractions and events in Eshowe.
-Tourist information.
-The guesthouse is solely for the use of our guests, offering exclusivity and privacy.
-Owner resides on premises but separately, ensuring safety and round the clock assistance.
-We welcome children -please specify their age when inquiring.
-Camp cot can be supplied for babies.
Price includes a full English breakfast, bottomless cups of filter coffee and a selection of teas are served and early breakfast can be arranged.

Guest access

Beautiful Country Garden. Large patio and braai area. Comfortable lounge and dining area.
Within walking distance of The Dlinza Aerial Boardwalk and close to The Museum Complex which inludes Fort Nongqayi, The Vukani Craft Collection, Butterfly Dome, Norwegian Missionary museum

Interaction with guests

Graham Chennells  is a born and bred Zululander, Zulu linguist, farmer, businessman, Hotelier, brewer of great beer, paratrooper, former Town Councillor and Mayor of Eshowe, Duzi Canoe singles winner, Cape to Rio yachtsman, Natal rugby trialist, Natal track walking champion and general adventurer.  
Having started these tours more than 20 years ago, he has spent much of the last 10 years backpacking round the world, visiting –  amongst other countries – Mynmar, Cuba, China, Thailand, Venezuela, India Peru. He recently boated 4000 kms up the Amazon. He is now back to his home town and to his former hobby, demonstrating Zulu life as it is out there today as well as explaining Zulu history to interested visitors. Involved in the ECAG Zulu Classroom Project.
“We don't do shows,” says Graham, “You will meet and interact with Zulu people as they are today: real people in real situations.”
These are very personal experiences in Zululand, in which Graham is ably assisted by fellow guide Joe Mdluli, with whose family he has had a very long association

Other things to note

I am in touch with all local goings on in the town....History Club, Trivia evenings, Hash House meetings, Rotary and Round Table activities and whatever else is currently on the go.
I am also in touch with Zulu Ceremonies of which there are many. Also the Annual Zulu Reed Dance, King Shaka Day, Shembe Festivals/Ceremonies, Khekheke's First Fruits and Snake Ceremony and Sangoma Healing ceremonies which take place weekly.


Amenities
Kitchen
Internet
Essentials
Heating

Prices
Extra people $27 NZD / night after the first guest
Weekly Discount: 10%
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets

Cancellations

Availability
1 night minimum stay

1 Review

Rob User Profile
November 2016
Sugar Hill Manor offers old world KZN charm, with eclectic and wonderfully quirky paraphernalia scattered around the guest areas. The garden is lush and views from the veranda are spectacular. Graham is hospitable, highly knowledgeable and happy to impart his wealth of worldly experience.

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Eshowe, South AfricaJoined in February 2016
Graham User Profile

Graham Chennells (right) is a born and bred Zululander, Zulu linguist, farmer, businessman, Hotelier, brewer of great beer, paratrooper, former Town Councillor and Mayor of Eshowe, Duzi Canoe singles winner, Cape to Rio yachtsman, Natal rugby trialist, Natal track walking champion and general adventurer.  
Having started these tours more than 20 years ago, he has spent much of the last 10 years backpacking round the world, visiting –  amongst other countries – Mynmar, Cuba, China, Thailand, Venezuela, India Peru. He recently boated 4000 kms up the Amazon. He is now back to his home town and to his former hobby, demonstrating Zulu life as it is out there today as well as explaining Zulu history to interested visitors. Involved in the ECAG Zulu Classroom Project.
“We don't do shows,” says Graham, “You will meet and interact with Zulu people as they are today: real people in real situations.”
These are very personal experiences in Zululand, in which Graham is ably assisted by fellow guide Joe Mdluli, with whose family he has had a very long association.
Married to Nattaya who gives wonderful professional massages and cooks great Thai food.
Interested in Politics, Rural upliftment, Agriculture, Zulu history and culture, beer and a good party. Love most music from the 60's onward.
Life's motto: Live for the moment.
I enjoy talking about the ingredients of Happiness, meditation practices and Buddhist philosophy etc.
Come to our town and meet some wonderful people or just come here to chill.
Walk and exercise regularly.... meditate..... eat great natural food.... meet great people and love life.
Look forward to your visit
!




Languages: English, Nederlands
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