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The Royal Country Inn in Dundee combines the benefits of modern accommodation with an old-world charm. Situated in the heart of the battlefields, halfway between Johannesburg and Durban, it is the ideal stopover for weary travellers – a home-from-home with every comfort and amenity – as well as a convenient base from which to explore the rich history of the surrounding area.

This inn was established in 1886, just four years after the town of Dundee was founded by a Scottish coal miner seeking his fortune and destiny. Together, Dundee and the Royal built on their foundations, growing together, and today, the Royal Country Inn stands proudly restored to its former glory.

Proprietors, Daniel and Motz Bezuidenhout, bought the Royal in 1999, at a time when the inn appeared more than a touch tired and run-down, a definite “fixer-upper”. Years of hard work, creative energy and care throughout its restoration has ensured that it has not lost the original charm and historical ambience.

The collection of memorabilia, historical documents, old photos and artwork, even replicas of the uniforms of both the Anglo-Boer and the Anglo-Zulu Wars provides hours of browsing and enjoyment.

The kitchen produces meals second to none – packed with flavour and wholesome goodness – dinner at the Royal is not to be missed.

The staff at the Royal are friendly, helpful, and pay attention to smaller details. They are always willing to go the extra mile to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.

One Review

  • Dear Royal Hotel

    This is Prof. Ruth Teer-Tomaselli, 083 4192576.
    teertoma@ukzn.ac.za

    I am writing to you from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

    Every year we bring a group of graduate students through to visit the battlefields, and we stay with you.

    I have been trying to telephone you for the past three days, with no luck, so I’m hoping you will be able to respond to me via email or better still, call me.

    We would like to make a booking for this year.
    Our dates are the nights of 29 to 31 May 2019.
    ie supper and sleep 29
    breakfast, supper and sleep 30
    breakfast, 31

    we have 40 (forty) students in shared accommodations
    5 lecturers in single accommodation (we can double up in some instances if there is a shortage of rooms)

    Please do call me.

    Thank you

    Ruth

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