Brahman HillsREVIEWED AND VERIFIED!
Just off the N3, about eight kilometers from Nottingham Road is Brahman Hills. A number of hotel rooms as well as self catering cottages are available. The cottages are located in the Blue Crane Nature Reserve. We were allocated the Impala cottage, fully equipped for two people.
For entertainment we had a TV with DSTV inside (we honestly don’t know if it works as we hardly ever turn on a TV while on a road trip), and a jacuzzi outside. A fully equipped kitchen with fridge, stove, kettle and microwave and a braai outside for preparing meals. We also had a fireplace available should a cold front hit us but fortunately that never happened. A double shower complimented a neat bathroom.
Irma enjoyed a session in the spa while I relaxed in the jacuzzi – we both had a bit of me-time! We had some meals at two of the restaurants and we can highly recommend this. All was good and we had a most enjoyable evening with drinks afterwards on a large patio overlooking the property.
Brahman Hills is a venue also geared for weddings and conferences with all the facilities, including a chapel, ensuring wonderful memories and picture perfect weddings. It also is the perfect stopover for people traveling between Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal, and the perfect base to explore the KZN Midlands.
We loved the number of feral cats in “rehab” 🙂 found all over the property. Some are more shy than others but we managed to make a friend or two. You can read more about the history and program with these cats on their web site.
To summarize: This is a perfect stopover for travelers and holiday makers and a great venue for conferences and venues. Should we ever have the opportunity to return we most certainly will do.