Green Acres Bed & Breakfast

Location: South Africa » Kwazulu Natal » Natal Midlands » Harding

Accommodation in Harding, KwaZulu Natal

Name of hostsDave & Jill Rossler
Tel:+27 (0)39 433 1339
Cell+27 (0)83 267 1185

Green Acres Bed & Breakfast
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Green-Acres is an upmarket and highly sought after bed and breakfast establishment situated in the town of Harding, Southern Kwa-Zulu Natal. We pride ourselves on our consistently high standards of cleanliness and catering for our guests needs. Our staff are friendly and well trained and each of our rooms is tastefully furnished and all have either a private shower or bath on suite. Each room is also equipped with a table and chairs as well as a small fridge and microwave.

We offer tranquil surroundings with park like gardens and a sparkling swimming pool to cool off in during those long hot summer days. Each of the beds in our rooms is equipped with an electric blanket in winter to ensure that guests enjoy a cozy night's sleep even if there is snow on our picturesque Ingeli Mountain. While most of our visitors are business people who have work in the area we are often graced with the presence of international tourists and have at times hosted well known celebrities with work in the area.

Despite all of the above our rates are extremely reasonable and so we are able to offer excellent value for money accommodation to our discerning patrons.

About Us:

Green-Acres is situated at No.2 Willowdene Avenue, Harding and is within walking distance from the centre of the town of Harding.

St Andrews Hospital is also within walking distance or can be reached within a few minutes by car. Harding Country Club offers a picturesque 9 hole golf course as well as squash, tennis and bowls and is also a few minutes drive.

Cycling into the many plantations surrounding Harding has become a popular past-time and the Harding Cycling club meets once a week for some strenuous exercise into the forest.


On the N2, 80km from Port Shepstone and 50km from Kokstad, take the Harding West turnoff, right into Turner and right into Willowdene Avenue. The Harding West Turnoff is the last of 3 turn off's into Harding when traveling West towards the Ingeli Mountain from Port Shepstone.