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Luxury accommodation is now available at Eshowe Hills Golf Estate offering visitors a chance to enjoy the Eshowe Hills Eco Estate lifestyle experience..Play golf , tennis, and squash anytime, enjoy forest walks and birdwatch to your hearts content in beautiful surroundings.

The golf course at Eshowe Hills Country Club was opened in 1907, it is now one of the oldest clubs in South Africa still playing on the original site.

The “new” course was designed by the legendary Bob Grimsdell in the 1950’s and has recently been upgraded by European Masters Champion and multiple tournament winner, Jeff Hawkes. Great care has been taken to keep the “Grimsdell character” of the course.

The course now has 5 water features and a boardwalk which takes golfers and golf carts from tee to green on the 8th to a height of 5 meters through the forest canopy. This spectacular feature is unique in Southern Africa.

Eshowe Hills has 6 all weather tennis courts 2 of which are floodlit.

Two squash courts are a popular amenity on the estate.

The town has a well used bowling green just 2 minutes from the north gate.

Lake Phobane/Goedetrouw is famous for its bass fishing ( ranked among the top three dams in S.Africa) and fishing tournaments are a regular event. The lake is 10 kms from Eshowe.

The original Golf Course Clubhouse has been renovated to offer members and their guests a variety of facilities. Golfers have new, beautifully appointed change rooms for their exclusive use. All members can enjoy the elegance of the a la carte restaurant which may be used in conjunction with the Rotunda conference room to cater for functions for 160 guests. The tennis clubhouse can be used for functions for smaller, more intimate parties of 20 – 60 people. Here there is an option of self catering.

Eshowe Hills is very proud of their up-market facilities.
Up until two weeks before a full refund, otherwise the deposit is forfeit but we are not unreasonable and each case is judged on its merits.

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Bird watching, Bowls Green, Fishing, Game Viewing, Golf, Tennis Court

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