Welcome to BrambleBerry, situated at the heart of Nottingham road in the Midlands, KwaZulu-Natal.

This tranquil, beautiful and exclusive self-catering venue boasts three log units, each unique and tranquil. Traveling for a romantic getaway? Our 2-bedroom Cabin might interest you. Taking your children for an excursion into nature? Have a look at our 4-bedroom Homestead. Reuniting your family for a long-awaited get-together? With 8 bedrooms, our Lodge is the perfect answer.

All of the units sit right on the edge of the dam, so that you go to sleep and wake to a Midlands water vista and pine forest. During midwinter you might be lucky enough to enjoy a few days of snow, mostly July and August. BrambleBerry is an exclusive and unique location in the middle of the beautiful KwaZulu-Natal Midlands Meander, located on the R103 only 4km from Michaelhouse and the historic Nottingham Road Village.

Life at BrambleBerry.

BrambleBerry is home to a wide variety of local species. Deer, owls, otters and birds populate the secluded pine forest. On a nightly walk, you may even be lucky enough to spot a hare!

In the evenings, sit on the deck in any of our units and listen to the frogs croak into the night and wake to the serene view of the rippling 4-hectare dam, framed by the majestic pine forest and decorated by the sounds of local wildlife. Keep an eye out for a visit from the resident otter, Ollie.

Cooler weather brings another spectacle to BrambleBerry. Watch the fog creep slowly over the dam until even the mountain is obscured.

BrambleBerry is the perfect place to stay in this magnificent part of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.

In addition to wildlife, the area offers excellent views. For those who wish to see these views up close, the forest provides scenic walks and beautiful mountain bike trails.

Find peace and tranquility at BrambleBerry! Book today and turn your getaway into a memory of a lifetime.

Very peaceful location and adequately furnished chalet. Colin gave excellent service and was very helpful. Worth a stay! The only drawback is poor cellphone reception and no wifi, although it was a blessing too!
Gerson Kolbe
We enjoyed the most amazingly tranquil getaway. Well appointed lakeside wood cabin with cosy fireplace and other heaters for the colder days. Colin did an amazing job of looking after our needs and requests, a real asset to the team. There are some steep dirt roads leading to the cabins so if it is rainy season, we would suggest you leave your vehicle near Colin's residence and have him help you carry your luggage down to the lakeside cabin, unless you have a capable 4x4 vehicle. We look forward to our next visit.
Troy Houston-McMillan
Loved BrambleBerry Cottage in the Natal Midlands quiet, tranquil peaceful outstanding view overlooking the Dam from the wooden Log cabin. Inside is just as magnificent as the outside. Throughly enjoyed our weekend getaway well worth it, a definite must for the entire family. Value for money the decor & wooden furnishings are beautiful the staff, are friendly & polite. Wondered throu the Dandelion patch absorbing the sun rays while I sat among the dandelions spending some meditation time. Google BrambleBerry & book your next vacation. So loved hearing & seeing the train passing by. I was in my element a photographers delight. Smelling the perfume from the water lilies as they float right up to the waters edge.
René Marx
What a place to have a family reunion. Will absolutely recommend this place to everyone. We will be back.
Juan Slabber
Service was outstanding. Beautifull cottage on the lake... Thank you to owner for the upgrade 🤗.... Will recommend this place anytime...
Hanti Dk
What a peaceful and tranquil log house situated in a forest setting overlooking a lake. Unbelievably calm and relaxing with 5 star service from Colin... Meeting all our requests. From checking in early.... Chopping firewood and accepting packages on our behalf! One of my favourites by far!
Bruce de Kock

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