Siyaphumula BnB
Situated in the charming town of Newcastle, which is approximately half way between Johannesburg and Durban, you will find it the ideal stop over during a long journey.

Siyaphumula is nestled in the suburb of Pioneer Park and both it and its surroundings ensure a relaxing "home away from home" atmosphere. Offering more than just accommodation, Siyaphumula is well suited for both the business and leisure traveller.

With Newcastle being situated along the Battlefields Route you will find a number of tourist attractions both in Newcastle and the surrounding area.

Infrastructure in Newcastle is very good and you will find shopping and other amenities within easy reach, making your stay much more enjoyable.

Facilities offered are the internet, fax, braai (bbq) area and swimming pool. Meals can be provided on request by prior arrangement.
R470.00 pps

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Facilities & Services:

  • Babies
  • Disabled
  • Children under 12 years
  • Honeymoon Couples
  • Pets only by Arrangement
  • Elderly
  • Laundry Service
  • Ironing Service
  • Limited Room Service
  • Special Meals on Request
  • Other
  • Conference facilities
  • Other
  • Wedding facilities
  • Team Building
  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Dining room
  • Other
  • Garden
  • English
  • Xhosa / Zulu
  • Tswana / Sotho
  • Other Language
  • Swimming Pool


    All bedrooms are en-suite with shower facilities.

    Rooms are well equipped and tastefully decorated, with each having a bar fridge, air conditioner, television with satellite channels, hospitality tray for your early morning and evening tea or coffee and fresh towels daily.

    A self catering apartment with bathroom and fully equipped kitchen that is situated away from the other rooms is also available.

    The environment at Siyaphumula is very peaceful and all the rooms are very neat and clean.

    Siyaphumula BnB Activities:

    Ncandu State Forest Nature Reserve
    Aapproximately 32km from Newcastle, the reserve comprised mainly of steep yellowood gorges and grassland plateau habitats. A number of streams meets to form the Ncandu River. Their are a quite a few scenic walking and horse trails and a number of waterfalls. A large number of birdlife has been spotted in the area.

    Chelmsford Nature Reserve
    The Ntshingwayo Dam on the Ngagane River has created a beautiful sanctuary for a large number of waterfowl, including Egyptian Geese, Flamingos and assorted ducks. It has also become a wonderful playground for power boating, anglers and other watersport enthusiasts and provides the ideal spot for picnics.

    Fort Amiel
    Situated in Newcastle, it was built in 1876 by Major Charles Frederick Amiel and a force of two hundred men from the 80th Staffordshire Volunteers. It houses the Newcastle Cultural Museum which has a variety of Military displays with the focus being on the two Anglo-Boer Wars.

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