About Qwantani Private Rentals
Qwantani is a unique resort in a beautiful area for mountains, water-sports and game. The resort is on the North-facing shore of the 20 km long Sterkfontein Dam in the Sterkfontein Nature Reserve and within walking distance of the Drakensberg escarpment at the KwaZulu-Natal/Free State border. The Qwantani resort holds an RCI Gold Crown award and consists of 52 chalets and a central complex including a restaurant, pub, shop and conference facilities. Chalets are usually occupied by the individual owners so that the private rentals offered here are scarce. Each chalet sleeps six in one en-suite double and two twin bedrooms. There are two bathrooms. The kitchen is fully equipped and the lounge has log fire or electric heating and DStv. Chalets are serviced daily including bed makeup and dish washing. Chalets are well separated from each other for a quiet environment.Activities promoted by the resort: Barge cruise, Fishing rod hire, Mountain bike hire, Tennis, Squash, Horse riding and mini-golf. Activities with your own kit: Power boating, Sailing, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Game drives, Biking, Quad bikes not allowed. Open dates are shown on the Calendar. By special request it may be possible to switch to non listed dates.
Spa: There is a well established permanent Spa on site offering a range of treatments.
Golf: Mini golf course
Conference Venues: Conference room adjacent to the lounge, which seats 40 guests. A projector, screen and Wi-Fi facilities are available.
Family friendly: Daily entertainment programme, particularly in school holidays. Fred First entertains children.
Covid Safety Approved: First Group Covid 19 Health Protocol Applicable at Qwantani Pristine Purpose Cleaned Thermometer Sanitising Tunnel Masks Gloves for staff Fogger for sterilising whole chalet. Seal on door for new occupants.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling