The Royal Country Inn The Royal Country Inn Hotel / Lodge accommodation in Dundee Kwazulu Natal Description The Inn has a total of 26 bedrooms – 21 hotel rooms and 5 backpacker rooms. The hotel bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms with showers, satellite TV and are fully serviced daily by our housekeeping staff. Our downstairs bedrooms (all with wooden floors and beautifully preserved pressed iron ceilings) open onto a peaceful garden courtyard. From the hotel reception and lounge with magnificent parquet flooring, a sweeping staircase leads guests up to more rooms, some of which have been dedicated to the recipients of the Victoria Cross at the battle of Rorke’s Drift, and some of which have lovely little balconies overlooking Victoria Street and the municipal grounds. The backpacker rooms are sold at a cheaper rate – two very clean, communal bathrooms service the 5 backpacker bedrooms. They are comfortable, affordable accommodation for those travelling on a tighter budget. Room Configuration: 9 Twin Bedrooms 8 Double Rooms 4 Family Rooms Family Rooms are two separate bedrooms, linked by an interleading door, and sharing a bathroom, and are perfect for a travelling family. The Royal Country Inn can accommodate a total of 50 guests at full capacity (excluding the backpacker bedrooms). Groups larger than 10 Pax qualify for a discounted rate, please just enquire (single room accommodation not included). Contact Details Helen +27 (0)34 212 2147 +27 (0)34 218 2146 +27 (0)76 747 7024 Enquire now View Rates View Directions Attractions The Royal is the ideal place from which to explore the Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer War (South African War) battlefields, and is also in close proximity to the Drakensberg and the Itala Game Reserve. DUNDEE ATTRACTIONS DUNDEE ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE: a fine golf course water sports the Moth Shell hole an excellent Museum at Talana and Zulu cultural experiences are also on offer in the area. OTHER ATTRACTIONS IN THE SURROUNDING AREA THE FOLLOWING ARE BUT A FEW IN THE ENDLESS LIST OF THINGS TO DO AND SEE: The Battle of Blood River Heritage Site and the Ncome Museum; Isandlwana Battlefield; Rorkes Drift Museum and the site of the death of the Prince Imperial of France. You can also view San Bushmen paintings, Iron Age smelting sites, and enjoy a range of eco-tourism experiences such as numerous hiking trails and horse trails, bird watching, photographic safaris, mountain biking, abseiling and white water rafting. There are also many game reserves in the area such as the Weenen Game Reserve, the Spioenkop Nature Reserve, the Chelmsford Nature Reserve and Wagendrift Nature Reserve, among others. At Hattingspruit is the Tom Worthington Dam where you will find the Farmers Brewery that brews traditional home-brewed German and Austrian beers. Accredited Battlefields Tour guides are also available and can be arranged by the hotel.