P.O. Box 92
Tel: +27 (0)35 562-0251
The Hluhluwe Inn Hotel is situated in the heart of KwaZulu Natal, one of the most unique wildlife areas in the world. Set in the heart of the Kingdom of the Zulu and the beautiful untamed Elephant Coast, Hluhluwe Hotel & Safaris is renowned for its African ambiance, excellent cuisine and personal touch provided by friendly staff and owners Patrick and Jill Eliot who live by their motto "Hospitality is our Game". This family run getaway lies within close proximity to the convergence of a world-renowned game reserve, a World Heritage Site and a pristine marine sanctuary, creating an eco-system of unparalleled bio-diversity.
The hotel has 67 spacious fully air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms, with television, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities. Daily laundry service is available.
The Hotel offers excellent cuisine together with a wine list of South Africa's most interesting wines to compliment the atmosphere of the cultural charm of its restaurant. Hluhluwe Inn guests have a choice between the indoor restaurant, the Inkonkoni, or the outdoor restaurant, the Impala Terrace, both of which offer superb a la carte / buffet cuisine.
After an educating and exciting day of game viewing in the Zululand bush, why not join the people you've met in the Rhino Horn Bar? The infamous Rhino Bar inside the hotel was a famous watering hole in the seventies and a bullet hole remains as proof of the untamed spirit of the early years. A magnificent outdoor bar on the swimming pool terrace, under a gigantic Umkanyakude (Fever Tree) provides the perfect setting for the Zulu dance shows and sundowners in the evenings.
The Hotels safari company, "Hluhluwe Safaris" arranges three, six and nine hour safaris into the game reserve. Champagne breakfasts, bush braai's, lunch packs as well as picnics in the Park can also be arranged on request. Qualified field guides will take you on safari in comfortable, modern open game drive vehicles. Other activities available include horse riding, golf, coral reef diving, game drives, boat cruises, tours of St. Lucia estuary, fishing, whale watching, and turtle tours.
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