We had an awesome stay and the staff was friendly
Hotel in the centre of the CBD and hence town. Clean and staff helpful. Note could be noisy given its central location.
Maybe not (currently) the most upmarket area and at first glance looks will deceive you. This is a well looked after classic home, that has everything that you need for a short stay. Will return if we are in the area again.
This is a large 1900's hotel in the centre of town opposite the city police station. Good secure free car parking to the rear. Locally it is very quiet and so, we ate in the restaurant which is buffet style, cost 195 Rand each. Choice was quite good. The breakfast is in the same area. Good for a ...
Loved this hotel. Great staff. Great food. Conveniently located. Very near a shopping district and grocery store. Safe and secure. Would definitely stay here again
The only 2 things I was not happy with were that there were no complimentary welcome drinks (other than the tea/coffee implements - not even water) and breakfast was not included in the price. Otherwise the staff was friendly and helpful.
The owners are super friendly and the B & B is gorgeous
The Ascot Inn is conveniently situated, very pleasant staff and lovely gardens. It is clean and comfortable.
Delve into the region's culture at Msunduzi Museum.
If you don't recognize Pietermaritzburg, the place where it is located, you've probably come across the national capital, Pretoria, from which it is 300 miles.
You won't need to worry about finding a hotel. There are 4 in the immediate vicinity. The aha Imperial Hotel and The Sleeping Bao B&B are both reasonable choices and are within 2 miles of Msunduzi Museum.
If you don't want to spend a tonne of cash on your accommodation, you will be happy to discover that there are several affordable hotels relatively close by. The Ilawu Hotel and the Road Lodge Pietermaritzburg are some of the more frequented places.
Looking to spoil yourself with a little luxury on your escape? You can choose from a number of sophisticated hotels just a short cab fare away. Take a look at the Protea Hotel by Marriott Hilton and the Lincoln Cottages for fantastic amenities.
BP Church Street is a well-known spot near Msunduzi Museum. Visitors in need of a quick pick-me-up venture here for robust coffee and yummy treats. Later on at night, grab a seat at one of the local dining spots. Taste some of the local flavors and refuel your body with a hearty meal at SPICE Flame Grilled Chicken. Finally, make your way to Cotton Pub Lounge & Bar. Have a couple of wines and chat with your buddies.
Tourists visiting Msunduzi Museum commonly get there by metro. Victoria is the nearest terminal and is only 0.7 miles away.