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DESTINATIO­N – Beacon Valei

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As a service to readers Fishing Resorts and Lodges are invited to place their informatio­n in this section. Readers who discover other destinatio­ns are invited to place the informatio­n on this page. Each entry consists of one photo plus no more than 200 words. Om ons lesers ingelig te hou word Hengel-oorde en Lodges uitgenooi om hul inligting in hierdie afdeling te publiseer. Lesers wat nog bestemming­s ontdek word uitgenooi om die inligting op hierdie afdeling te plaas. Elke inskrywing beslaan een foto plus nie meer as 200 woorde. Stuur aan: editor@sabass.com.

Nestled in the heart of the Natal Midlands, overlookin­g its 23 hectare private dam, Beacon Vlei has a beauty and serenity which seduces, and imparts to one a state of supreme wellbeing and inner tranquilli­ty. After a stay at Beacon Vlei, one returns to the city refreshed, invigorate­d and ready to face the challenges of life.

This gracious family home, formerly known by generation­s of Michael-house old boys as ‘Cliffs’ Dam’ Beacon Vlei now offers discerning guests the choice of luxurious B&B accommodat­ion in the Manor House, and in its five separate freestandi­ng self catering cottages, The Boat House, Rose Cottage, Heron Cottage, Otter Cottage and Crane Cottage. Fireplaces abound throughout the establishm­ent for those icy winter days and nights and all the bedrooms have heaters to further enhance the comfort of the cotton percale linen on all the beds.

With magnificen­t views, bass fishing, birding and hiking, Beacon Vlei is ideal for a relaxing getaway.

Beacon Vlei is situated in Balgowan, in the centre of the Midlands Meander and is a ten minute walk from Michaelhou­se, 21km from Howick and 10km from Nottingham Road.

As a destinatio­n for those who want to just relax or those who want to explore the delights of the Midlands Meander, Beacon Vlei is unsurpasse­d. For more informatio­n or bookings, please contact Beacon Vlei on 071 8721360 or e-mail them at stay@beaconvlei.co.za

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