Set on the Pristine Gowrie Farm Golf Estate in Nottingham Road. The beautifully appointed 4 bedrooms all en-suite home is the perfect getaway with friends or family. Sleeping 8 guests in either twin beds or king-size beds depending on your request. All beds are fitted with electric blankets ...
A stunning home in Gowrie that has a pool overlooking the golf course and mountains. There is WiFi and DSTV. Two fire places and under floor heating in the bedrooms.
Arum Hill Lodge is an exclusive B&B offering luxury accommodation in the heart of the Midlands. All attractions of the Midlands Meander and Nottingham Road are within close proximity to Arum Hill Lodge. Many of the popular wedding and conference venues such as Orchards, The Glades, The Zuguness and Woodridge County Hotel and Spa, but to mention a few, are situated in the area and Michaelhouse School is only 1.8km away. Whether you are looking for a peaceful weekend away, attending a wedding in the area or would just like to Meander through the Midlands, Arum Hill Lodge is the ideal place to stay.
Ideally situated in the village of Rosetta - These quaint little cottages are close to the shops and activities on the Midlands Meander. Home from home - Neat and very comfortable Janice and Donald Robertson along with the loving Dogs will welcome you to the meander. You own entrance to ...
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Michaelhouse was founded in 1896 by the Anglican Priest, Canon James Cameron Todd. The school was established as a private venture with 15 boys in two small houses in Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg. Within a few years, Michaelhouse was appointed the Diocesan College for boys in Natal, governed by a permanent Trust Deed and administered by a Board of Governors. The strong Christian ethos remains the cornerstone of the value system at Michaelhouse. In 1901 the School was relocated to Balgowan, where some 77 boys took up residence in the buildings which remain the core of the School to this day. For many years there was no electricity or running water, with the fruitful labours of farming the land contributing towards the dietary needs of the boys - a far cry from the modern facilities available today. Numerous displays are available for viewing in the Rector's Reception. Although some of the earlier records have gone astray, the Michaelhouse Archive does retain a full set of Board and other operational minutes, a collection of the School Magazine spanning 117 years, building plans and memorabilia. Other information includes Old Boys' records, press cuttings, correspondence and film material of the School. Plans are under way to establish a dedicated Living Archives Museum to properly house these articles.
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