Indigo Fields Spa & Country House Indigo Fields Spa & Country House, Bed & Breakfast Accommodation near Balgowan, Midlands Description This is not the home page of Indigo Fields, the Indigo Fields Spa and accommodation in the Midlands is offered to you by the Cenntral reservations office of Midlands Reservations. Priority is given to accommodation WITH spa packages. Limited accommodation is available - Please enquire. A charming double storey thatched gallery invites you to admire the work of renowned national and local artists. The aroma of freshly ground Italian coffee will soon entice you to amble into the quant Artist Café, a coffee shop with a deck overlooking the valley. Bask in the sun while watching a Jackal Buzzard wheeling overhead. Sip a frothy cappuccino and tuck into a meal of real food, lovingly prepared with organic produce from the herb garden. The Country Lifestyle Studio is next on your list of delightful discoveries. Hand-picked treasures vie for your attention with the organic herbal skincare range and fragrant bath accessories. If you are one of the lucky ones, a beautifully appointed suite at the gracious Country House awaits you. All the suites have been decorated with themes of herbs to blend in with the general ambience of the farm and flow freely through private entrances into the picturesque garden courtyard where roses and lavender abound. Even the complementary bath products and creams in each suite were specially selected to match the theme and the thoughtful personal touches will steal your heart. A dreamy bed decked out in crisp percale linen entices you to the romantic loft, where picture windows look out over a lush green horse paddock. After the sun sets, guests are welcomed in the cosy guest lounge by a roaring fire in a sandstone fireplace. Enjoy a glass of juicy red wine, watch DStv or simply listen to soft music and absorb the peaceful mood of this place. In the morning you open sleepy eyes to another day of splendour, starting with a scrumptious breakfast served in the stylish breakfast room or outside on the patio in the balmy morning air with a tinkling water feature as background music. And now for the cherry on your Indigo Fields cake: an experience of sheer indulgence at the new African Day Spa. From the moment that our proudly Zulu therapists welcome you with traditional drumming and singing, you will be transported to a state of languid timelessness where one blissful treatment flows effortlessly and naturally into the next. You will be pampered from head to toe in secluded bush bomas with handmade organic herbal products that awaken the senses and soothe the soul. Only the sound of sunbirds and bees collecting nectar from wild flowers compete with bubbling of streams – and experience out of Africa indeed! This indulgent day ends in front of a fire with handmade truffles and liqueur to round off an unforgettable sensory journey. Being centrally located in the Midlands, most activities are right on our doorstep and can be easily arranged whether it is for a round of golf, horse riding, mountain biking, trout fishing, visiting the Battlefields, or hiking in the Drakensberg. Of course, there is always the Midlands Meander whose route will guide you through the most beautiful countryside and expose the exceptional talent of the artists and crafters who choose to live here. Indigo Fields is within a few kilometers of Nottingham Road village, offering guests a number of choices of restaurant for evening dining. Contact Details Sarah +27 (0)33 2677 370 +27 (0)86 542 8393 +27 (0)73 240 7765 Enquire now View Rates View Directions Attractions Indigo Fields has something for everyone: Whether you wish to watch sport on DSTV, or enjoy a good book next to the fire, you will find it hard to leave the cosy guest lounge with it’s beautiful views and limestone fireplace. For the nature lover a stroll around the farm may lead to sightings of the Crowned Crane, Reed Buck, Porcupine, or Black-Backed Jackal. A cup of coffee on the deck under the trees will reward the observant guest with a sighting of the endangered Dwarf Drakensberg Chameleon. For the less energetic, there is always the steam room and Jacuzzi in which to unwind. Around and About: Being centrally located in the Midlands, most activities are right on our doorstep and can be easily arranged whether it is for a round of golf, horse riding, mountain biking, trout fishing or hiking in the berg. Of course, there is always the Midland’s Meander whose route will guide you through the most beautiful countryside and expose the exceptional talent of the artists and crafters who choose to live here. Other notable attractions include: The Nelson Mandela Capture Site Nottingham Road Brewing Co. The Karkloof Valley and Canopy Tour Midmar Dam The Kamberg Valley The Drakensberg The Battlefields