Glenshiel Hotel

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from R 860
Glenshiel Hotel prides itself on its 15 luxurious rooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom and separate shower; three of these suites are exclusive suites. Every suite has a log fireplace, in front of the relaxing wing back chairs to cuddle up and enjoy a glass of wine. The rooms feature comfortable king-sized beds complete with crisp white percale linen and stylish hand-made dcor. Coffee, tea, rusks and bottled water are available in very room. Each bathroom has an extensive range of amenities from Maria Garcia, along with gowns and slippers.

The restaurant boasts exquisite culinary creations, carefully prepared by the chefs in our state-of-the-art kitchen. Gourmet foods and fine wines are complimented by meticulous service. Make your way to the Tumble Inn Pub for a sundowner, cocktail or cigar, or indulge yourself with tea and scones in our delightful garden. Vegetarians and special dietary requirements are easily provided for.

Glenshiel is a prime get-away-from-it-all conference venue. The self-contained conference suite, big enough for a maximum of 30 people, is nestled within beautiful gardens and the veranda commands a view of the pool and indigenous forest. Our Manager will be delighted to discuss with you any particular dishes you may prefer, as will our receptionist be happy to execute any photocopying or office functions you require. Gala dinner, theme evenings and special diets are catered for subject to prior arrangement.

Glenshiel Hotel is situated on the Northern-most section of the mighty Drakensberg range, which also incorporates the Wolkberg and the Iron Crown mountain, that forms a spectacular backdrop for the boutique styled Hotel. In the bracing fresh air of this unspoilt landscape Glenshiel combines all the pleasures, luxuries and activities to relax both body and mind.
"Awesome experience"
07 Nov 2016
By Mikateko, South Africa
"I had a time of my life. Very quiet, private and beautiful place"
25 Jan 2014
By Charl, England
"The Glenshiel Hotel presents itself as a 'country lodge' and that's exactly what it is: a large, rambling farmhouse-style main building with rooms arranged in a courtyard around the back. There aren't very many rooms but they are absolutely huge: a suite, rather than a room is what we had (#4). I suppose it is expensive in the context of South African hotels but for us as UK travellers it was about the same as we'd pay for an ordinary room in England - you get so much more for your money in SA.On the day we arrived there was no electricity at all. This wasn't the hotel's fault - the whole region was out - and this lasted until about four the next morning. To the hotel's credit they gave us dinner for free - they have a generator, but it isn't powerful enough to run the whole place - and provided lots of candles on big candlestick in the rooms, which actually seemed very appropriate (and they'd obviously done this before).The food and service was very good indeed. There didn't seem to be be very many staff on duty at all, but whenever we wanted a drink, or some help, someone popped up at a moment's notice. Maybe they're just trained to be invisible until you need them (in which case they're very good it it!)The countryside around is very popular with South Africans visiting the forests in the region with its attendant rivers and dams - spectacular trout fishing is one of the area's attractions.We were there for a family wedding so I probably won't have reason to return but if I ever do, I will definitely stay at the Glenshiel Hotel again."
10 Jun 2013
By Trudie, South Africa
"English charm at its best. One of the best hotels in Limpopo. Food and service is outstanding. Rooms are spacious and cosy. Overall five star accommodation. Personnel and service is unbeatable."
"Very good"
29 Mar 2012
By Edith, Belgium
"Good hotel for a stopover. Nice food and friendly people!"
05 Mar 2012
By Annemarie, South Africa
"It was absolutely wonderful. The service was excellent and the accomodation was beutiful."