Tourist Attractions in Nottingham Road, Midlands & Battlefields, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
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Hotel at Nottingham Road Brewery

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Pond at Nottingham Road

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The small village of Nottingham Road was originally a military fort set up to protect local farmers from the indigenous San people who used to raid the area for cattle. Today Nottingham Road is a popular tourist destination located in the heart of the famous Midlands Meander tourism route. There are a multitude of various craft outlets and cottage industries within the Nottingham Road area ranging from hand-made leather goods to home-made preserves.

Trout fishing at various small dams and rivers in the district is a popular pastime for both local and visitors alike.

The Nottingham Road Brewery Company is South Africa's most successful independent micro-brewery, producing beers with original names like a 'whistling weasel pale ale', a 'pie-eyed possum pilsner', a 'pickled pig porter' and a 'tiddly toad lager'.

Other attractions in Nottingham Road include the Junction Complex which is host to a variety of interesting shops and restaurants, the Fly fishing and birding shop, which has the largest selection of flies in the Midlands, and Alladins-de-light, which offers fine meals at their country restaurant and deli.

July in Nottingham Road often sees the icy wintry air bringing with it the magic of snow, transforming the village into a Winter wonderland. With Spring comes cosmos and a profusion of wild pink roses to liven up the already picturesque landscape.

The Disney Film, Racing Stripes, was filmed on a stud farm a few kilometres out of Nottingham Road. This location was chosen in preference to possible sites both elsewhere in South Africa and in the USA.

Things To Do in Nottingham Road
Gowrie Farm Golf Course Gowrie Farm Golf Course
in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal
Gowrie Farm Golf Course Gowrie Farm Golf Course
in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal
Nottingham Road Attractions
Grape Crushing Festival: less than 5 km
KwaZulu Natal Beer Route: less than 5 km
Fort Nottingham Highland Games and Festi: less than 5 km
Aladdin's De-Light: less than 5 km
Midlands Meander Creative Festival: less than 5 km
Fort Nottingham (1856): 15 km
Nearby Towns
Balgowan
Curry's Post
Lidgetton
Mooi River
Rosetta

Nottingham Road Brewing Company at Rawdons Country Estate

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Grazers Croft in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal
Delightful main bedroom with double Brass bed, as well as a quaint little loft room, under thatch. A Further two beds on the verandah makes the cottage into a comfortable 6 sleeper
Bellwood in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal
A mere four hours from Johannesburg and two hours from Durban, deep in the heart of the breathtaking Natal Midlands, rests Bellwood.We offer seven comfortable, fully equipped self-catering cottages.
Loxley House in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal
Loxley House Offers an exceptional standard of accommodation - all 15 suites are garden-facing, en suite with either with bath/shower or bath and separate shower, with a choice of either twin or king beds
Devonshire Cottage in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal
Devonshire Cottage is a classy charming country cottage, nestled in a private garden in the quaint village of Nottingham Road. Comfortably upmarket, this self-catering cottage is popular with couples and families looking for a perfect getaway spot.
223 Gowrie Farm in Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal
All 5 bedrooms are ensuite including 6 showers (one outside) and two baths. There is a main and second lounge area with full DTSV bouquet.

The small village of Nottingham Road was originally a military fort set up to protect local farmers from the indigenous San people who used to raid the area for cattle. Today Nottingham Road is a popular tourist destination located in the heart of the famous Midlands Meander tourism route. There are a multitude of various craft outlets and cottage industries within the Nottingham Road area ranging from hand-made leather goods to home-made preserves.

Trout fishing at various small dams and rivers in the district is a popular pastime for both local and visitors alike.

The Nottingham Road Brewery Company is South Africa's most successful independent micro-brewery, producing beers with original names like a 'whistling weasel pale ale', a 'pie-eyed possum pilsner', a 'pickled pig porter' and a 'tiddly toad lager'.

Other attractions in Nottingham Road include the Junction Complex which is host to a variety of interesting shops and restaurants, the Fly fishing and birding shop, which has the largest selection of flies in the Midlands, and Alladins-de-light, which offers fine meals at their country restaurant and deli.

July in Nottingham Road often sees the icy wintry air bringing with it the magic of snow, transforming the village into a Winter wonderland. With Spring comes cosmos and a profusion of wild pink roses to liven up the already picturesque landscape.

The Disney Film, Racing Stripes, was filmed on a stud farm a few kilometres out of Nottingham Road. This location was chosen in preference to possible sites both elsewhere in South Africa and in the USA.