The Nest - Drakensberg Mountain Resort Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Meal plan
TripAdvisor Reviews The Nest - Drakensberg Mountain Resort Hotel Winterton
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All packed and ready to go! We said our goodbyes after breakfast and a hotel porter helped us with our luggage down to the car. Time to see whether the Polo was big enough for the two large suitcases which luckily it was though the two smaller bags had to travel on the back seat. We had a TomTom satnav supplied with the car which a real godsend. …
... candle light and chatted with the manager
who seems very friendly and possibly lonely as he just kept coming back to chat
more. The children found his constant chattering amusing and slightly annoying. The food was tasty though.
Today was for taking slow drives to soak up the views and spend time as a family. Only a few hundred metres from the lodge is a lady with her toddler selling firewood. Looking ...
... we arrive at Champagne Castle Hotel mid afternoon so have time to take a walk around the grounds before it gets dark. It is a very picturesque spot with the mountains towering over us in the background.
Derek enjoys the opportunity to watch the golf on TV while I enjoy sitting in front of the roaring fire reading before dinner. Dinner is a buffet affair with plenty of choices. We are certainly not going to starve ...
... big hall and we went and queued up to get food. The children decided they were going to sing their prayer in front of everyone. Everyone went silent as they started singing. It was amazing. Then after tea we went and had worship. This involved everyone going into one of the buildings and singing and dancing and listening to a verse. The children and some of the staff from POS (including me) got up and sang and danced a few songs for everyone. They loved it. Then when they did the ...
... morning and then went to a bizzar. It was selling cakes and meat and fruit and jewellery. It was very busy. Then I came home and chilled. We had people over for tea and I made apple crumble for them. Then today we went to church and now just chilling out. We've got load shedding. I hate it. Well mostly because it usually happens just as I'm trying to Skype someone I've been trying to get hold of for ages. But oh well. What can you ...