Built in 1903 with the bricks and wood remaining from the erection of the Pietermaritzburg city hall this Victorian marvel has stood the test of time and has contributed to our history in many ways. Built originally to cater for steam train passengers travelling to the capital city as a half way stop she boasted the only hotel on the SAR line to offer hot running water and electricity. She would in her day boast marble baths and silver ware in true Victorian style. After the first world war the Inchanga Hotel was used as a recuperation facility for injured soldier returning home.
After extensive renovations we are proud to share this piece of history with its Beautifully restored Oregon finishing’s and oak furnishings.
The warmth of this wonderful country hotel is enhanced by many black and white pictures reminiscent of the past fashion and culture in the area.
Standing proud amidst the glorious solitude of the famous 1000 hills and lush KwaZulu Natal countryside, she has borne witness to the history of KwaZulu Natal.
The Inchanga hotel offers overnight guests the chance to relax in on of our20 tastefully decorated old-charm en suite bedrooms. We offer travellers the choice of single rooms, double rooms and family rooms.Ideally situated halfway between Durban and Pietermaritzburg, this gracious old red-brick building graces the fine KwaZulu Natal countryside and has been a popular refreshment station for over 100 years. Under new ownership and management, the Inchanga Hotel is now ready to once again welcome you with open arms to a venue rich in history and natural beauty.
The Inchanga hotel offers overnight guests the chance to relax in on of our20 tastefully decorated old-charm en suite bedrooms. We offer travellers the choice of single rooms, double rooms and family rooms.
The breathtaking views and picturesque landscapes make for spectacular photo opportunities and a truly memorable occasion. From the sprawling lawns and sparkling pool to the cozy log-fired pub and old charm Ntshangwe restaurant, Inchanga has a spot for every occasion.
The wedding packages are affordable, menus are varied and the day's events can be tailored to your specific needs.
This intimate country hotel, only 20 minutes from the Durban and Pietermaritzburg CBD's, also boasts more than adequate conference facilities. Well-equipped function rooms and a board room, invite the business sector to conduct their important meetings in privacy, while the resident staff attend to their every need. From small intimate work gatherings to conferences of 65 delegates, school room style, your requirements are met with warmth and a smile.
The Colorado Pub
The most popular spot at the Inchanga Hotel is the cozy ladies bar and pub. Here the warm log fires in winter, friendly staff and the vast bar selection, welcomes friends – old and new all year round. An affordable pub menu offers patrons old favourites and the big screen TV plays host to all the popular events.
Those who wish to simply enjoy an afternoon drink or perhaps a good coffee and decadent dessert, can relax and enjoy the country view from the hotel's undercover patio which overlooks the swimming pool and surrounding forests. With live music on occasions it's a perfect Sunday lunch retreat for the whole family.
The original stained-glass bay windows grace the restaurant which comfortably seats forty guests. From scrumptious breakfast buffets, to hearty lunches and dinners, one can enjoy a superb meal from the diverse menu specially prepared by the chef. The glorious view over the sprawling lawns and adjoining forests sets the scene for some glorious memories of good wine, great food and exceptional company.
RestaurantThe original stained-glass bay windows grace the restaurant which comfortably seats forty guests. From scrumptious breakfast buffets, to hearty lunches and dinners, one can enjoy a superb meal from the diverse menu specially prepared by the chef. The glorious view over the sprawling lawns and adjoining forests sets the scene for some glorious memories of good wine, great food and exceptional company.
For the more adventurous, the surrounding area offers several attractions. Only a short distance away rock climbing, abseiling, horse back riding and hiking trails are a common feature of these unspoiled surroundings. The breathtaking sights and the many delightfull craft stalls in The Valley of a 1000 Hills beckon visitors from every corner of the world.
The Inchanga Train