About Chase Guest House
Chase Guest House comprises a traditional sugar farm homestead in a beautiful garden bordering Eshowe, offering bed and breakfast or self-catering accommodation with personal service and country hospitality. Relax in two spacious, up-market double garden cottages equipped for self-catering, or a three bed-roomed farm cottage perfect for families or couples travelling together. The farm cottage also has two sitting rooms, two bathrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, a cool veranda and lovey garden. All three units are close to one-another but are still private. All have DSTV, free WiFi, fans/ air-conditioners/ heaters. Hospitality refreshments are provided. Bed-and-breakfast or self-catering options are available.Cool off in a sparkling pool after tennis, cycling and the trampoline! Enjoy great birding in the garden and on farm walks. Laundry and ironing are offered at a nominal rate, and cars are washed daily at no charge.Sugar, banana and Protea farm tours are available at a nominal fee, time permitting, and two mountain bikes can be hired.Chase Guest House is situated close to Zulu crafts at Vukani Zulu Cultural Museum, the Fort Nongqayi Museum Village, Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk, Eshowe Butterfly Dome, and is opposite the 18-hole Eshowe Hills Golf Estate. We are one hour and ten minutes from Durban’s King Shaka Airport. In addition, easy day trips can be made to game reserves, beautiful beaches and Zulu cultural villages nearby, and guides can also be arranged if required. Restaurants are available in the town, less than 2 kms away.
Golf: Opposite the 18-hole Eshowe Hills Golf Club and eco-estate.
Family friendly: Safe pool area, trampoline, farm animals. Sugar, Protea and banana farm tours for young and old can be arranged. Baby cot and camp-cot available.
Discount for pensioners, long stays, large groups..
Children under 5 years are free, 5 to 12 years are R150 per night .
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