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PPresiding over the 1st tee of the Jack Nicklaus designed St Francis Links course, thoughtful service, laid back comfort, and the opportunity to test your mettle on this award winning course, is all part of the St Francis Golf Lodge experience. Guests can expect to leave here with a replenished spirit and renewed love of the game. The Lodge comprises two five bedroom houses adjacent to each other and it is within walking distance to the Clubhouse which is open from 6h30 daily for breakfast & lunch and on Monday & Wednesday evenings for dinner. The Each house has a spacious open plan lounge and dining room area with an honesty bar and covered patios from where you can enjoy uninterrupted views of the golf course as well as the ocean and the mountains in the distance. Additional facilities includes a swimming pool (swimming towels available), free Wi Fi connection in the public areas, TV lounge with a big screen television offering the full DSTV bouquet of channels, a DVD player and a library. 10 Bedrooms 8 Double/Twin en-suite bedrooms on first floor level (stairs) with walk-in showers, double basins, tea & coffee making facilities, heaters, safes, hairdryers and standing balconies with views of the golf course. 2 Double/Twin bedrooms with full en-suite bathrooms (bath & shower), large private patios (wooden deck) and outdoor showers. These rooms do not have views of the golf course but they are more spacious and are at street/entrance level (no stairs).

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A visit to Kwa-Zulu Natal’s Valley of a Thousand Hills is one characterized by unspoilt nature, wildlife, magnificent scenery, good old South African wining and dining, a rich heritage, and warm country hospitality. This area, just a half an hour's drive from Durban, is named after the thousands of hills that tumble down to the mighty Umgeni River, which flows from the distant Drakensberg Mountains to the warm and inviting Indian Ocean. This area combines luxurious, laidback country living with an ancient, indigenous culture. For generations, the Zulu people have lived in and around the valley, and no visit is complete without a trip to one of the Zulu cultural villages. Here you can gain insight into the culture and traditions of one of the largest of South Africa’s cultural groups, attend (and even participate in) a traditional ceremony, learn about the customs of these fascinating folk, consult with a natural herbalist (inyanga) or a witch doctor (sangoma), and sample some of the homemade beer. Around the area: Experience traditional dancing and cultural shows at Phezulu Safari Park, or shop for crafts and curios at the 1000 Hills Arts and Crafts Village, enjoy a taste of nature at the Assagay, Springside and Krantzkloof Gorge nature reserves, or get your heart racing with some paragliding or rock climbing at Inchanga and Monteseel, or mountain biking at Giba Gorge Mountain Bike Park. Thank you to @struebermary for this beautiful snap. #MeetSouthAfrica #TravelSouthAfrica #Travelgram #kwazulunatal #exploresouthafrica #thisissouthafrica #wanderlust #southafrica

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