Tourist Attractions in Mooi River, Midlands & Battlefields, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Greenfield Mooirivier

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Wildberry Guest Farm

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Swiss Manor House farm hotel Hidcote

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Known as "The gateway to The Midlands Meander", Mooi River holds its share of craft outlets, cottage industries and excellent Natal midlands accommodation and country hospitality. Visitors to Mooi River Midlands area are welcome to patronise The Mooi River Country Club set on a challenging golf course and offering bowls, tennis and squash as well as good country fare from its bar and restaurant facilities.

The Mooi River golf course overlooks the polo field where polo players can often be seen practising their skills or taking part in one of the many Midlands Polo tournaments which Mooi River hosts.

"Mooi" is an Afrikaans word, meaning beautiful. The Voortrekkers who settled this area in 1830 were so taken by the river and its surrounding scenery that they named it Mooi River. With the backdrop of the often snow capped Drakensberg Mountain range, the Mooi River winds through the breathtakingly beautiful landscape of the Natal Midlands with its rolling hills and lush green vegetation.

Mooi River town is situated on the banks of the river and serves a thriving agricultural Natal Midlands community. Mooi River livestock farming is prevalent and the sight of magnificent racehorses grazing in manicured paddocks is not uncommon.

Mooi River accommodation opportunities are plentiful, and due to the amount of horse breeding and polo ponies in the area, Mooi River self catering accommodation and Mooi River Guest Lodges are often situated on "horse territory"

Mooi River accommodation would be an added advantage for guests who intend touring the Midlands Meander Route and who prefer to use their Mooi River accommodation as a base camp. Mooi River is situated between Johannesburg and Durban and provides the ideal Mooi River bed and breakfast accommodation stopover for those who wish to interrupt the 6-hour journey. Larger families would find it more cost effective to search for self catering accommodation in the Mooi River area.

Things To Do in Mooi River
ZuluWaters Game Reserve ZuluWaters Game Reserve
in Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal
Mooi River Attractions
Mooi River Country Club: less than 5 km
Helen Bridge: less than 5 km
Midlands Meander Creative Festival: 12 km
Old Stone Wall: 18 km
Nearby Towns
Nottingham Road
Rosetta


Sunset Cottages in Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal
We have seven cottages that sleep two people (queen sized beds) these cottages have full bathroom and kitchenette with fridge, stove, crockery and cutlery.
Milky Lane Cottage in Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal
Come and share the tranquillity of our working dairy farm in Mooi River, KwaZulu Natal Midlands.
Milky Lane Cottage is situated on Niekerksfontein Farm. Niekerksfontein Farm is a 1000 hectare dairy farm milking 800 cows supplying Honeydew Dairies
Waterhoek Valley Cottages in Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal
Each cottage is fully equipped with fridge, stove, microwave and utensils. Duvets and one extra blanket are provided, please bring towels. Each chalet has its own braai area and fire wood is supplied. 450ha of peaceful surroundings with 5km of ...
Wynnholme Stud Self Catering Cottages in Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal
Wynnholme Cottages are cosy, self-catering units with a country feel - ideal for breaking your trip to the coast, staying over while visiting the area, or simply relaxing and enjoying the Midlands.
St Andrew's Retreat in Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal
Discover a sense of wholeness, of peace, of healing, of happiness. St Andrew's Retreat near Mooi River in KwaZulu-Natal is ideal to use as a quiet and central base from where you can explore the Midlands.

Known as "The gateway to The Midlands Meander", Mooi River holds its share of craft outlets, cottage industries and excellent Natal midlands accommodation and country hospitality. Visitors to Mooi River Midlands area are welcome to patronise The Mooi River Country Club set on a challenging golf course and offering bowls, tennis and squash as well as good country fare from its bar and restaurant facilities.

The Mooi River golf course overlooks the polo field where polo players can often be seen practising their skills or taking part in one of the many Midlands Polo tournaments which Mooi River hosts.

"Mooi" is an Afrikaans word, meaning beautiful. The Voortrekkers who settled this area in 1830 were so taken by the river and its surrounding scenery that they named it Mooi River. With the backdrop of the often snow capped Drakensberg Mountain range, the Mooi River winds through the breathtakingly beautiful landscape of the Natal Midlands with its rolling hills and lush green vegetation.

Mooi River town is situated on the banks of the river and serves a thriving agricultural Natal Midlands community. Mooi River livestock farming is prevalent and the sight of magnificent racehorses grazing in manicured paddocks is not uncommon.

Mooi River accommodation opportunities are plentiful, and due to the amount of horse breeding and polo ponies in the area, Mooi River self catering accommodation and Mooi River Guest Lodges are often situated on "horse territory"

Mooi River accommodation would be an added advantage for guests who intend touring the Midlands Meander Route and who prefer to use their Mooi River accommodation as a base camp. Mooi River is situated between Johannesburg and Durban and provides the ideal Mooi River bed and breakfast accommodation stopover for those who wish to interrupt the 6-hour journey. Larger families would find it more cost effective to search for self catering accommodation in the Mooi River area.