|TANGLEWOOD COUNTRY HOTEL, DARGLE
072 562 2639
|Address:||Dargle Road, Midlands Meander, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
PO BOX 596, Hilton, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 3245
GPS Coordinates: 29°30'08.7"S 30°02'02.1"E
The hotel is proudly owned and operated by the Walden family. The originally named Singleton's Hotel is branded to the initial 1960's Tanglewood name, and keeping the heritage of operating as a hotel - warmly greeting local farmers, out-of-towners from the sea-side and holiday makers from Gauteng and surrounding provinces.
The hotel makes for a scenic half-way house for travelers between Johannesburg and the coast and plans are in place to welcome foreigners from other countries to the Midlands Meander. The Walden family also plan to do renovations on the hotel, such as reopening closed off parts of the original terrace, adding self-catering cottages and a wedding venue.
CLICK HERE to read Our Story and Hotel History.
Complimentary WiFi - Although we are in the country, you are still able to connect to the modern world.
Best-Value Rates - Our rates ensure that you get the most out of your stay for what you pay.
Half-way House - Ideally situated between Gauteng and the Coast for a scenic over-nighter.
Your Room, Your Way - Tailor your room to your needs. Make special requests in your room reservation.
STANDARD ROOM - From R850 per room
Ideal for a couple enjoying a get-away. Enjoy the crisp golden aroma of the country side from your private or communal balcony, fully serviced amenities and cozy queen-sized double beds. An optional single mattress can be added for a child.
FAMILY ROOMS - From R1,150 per room
Accommodating a maximum of four people, the Family Room is equipped with two separate rooms with an inter leading door, furnished with a double bed and two singles providing a cozy space for busy parents or two couples looking to share room rates. Fully serviced amenities and access to balconies.
Walk through the Natal Midland's forests and hills, with beautiful scenery at every turn.
For avid gear-heads, the Midlands area caters for both mountain and road cycling. The trails are frequented from amateurs to professionals alike.
The area boasts a handful of top-tier courses, where two of them have been ranked top-50 and top-100 in South Africa by Golf Digest.
Riding schools, shows and trail riding are a massive attraction.
ARTS, CRAFTS & BOUTIQUE SHOPPING
The biggest attraction is the number of unique stores. People frequent shops such as mini chocolate factories, art galleries and farm stalls.
PUBS & RESTAURANTS
From craft beer to gin and wine, fine dining and pizza ovens, Midlands has many joints to hop around to and from. Depending on your taste, mood and event, there will always be a place to bring joy.
Other popular attractions include: Adventure bike touring, Local museums, Enduro bike riding, Art and music festivals, Local flea markets