Nandi House overlooks sweeping plains and hills and guests can sit and watch the game grazing from the double volume veranda.
This ideal family home named after King Shaka´s mother, Nandi House is built on an old reservoir dating back to the early 1900's. It has been newly renovated in 2019 with great respect for the original style while providing a cozy and homey feeling. With two double bedrooms, Nandi House can be used as a separate self-catering unit or as an add-on to the main house, Shaka Lodge, as a family room. Nandi House overlooks sweeping plains and hills and guests can sit and watch the game from the double volume veranda. Rhino have been known to rub their horns on the supporting wooden pillars and guests can see the marks of their horns on the wood. The house was designed by Richard Stretton of Koop Design in Durban in 2005 and formed part of the SAIA-Afrisam Award for Sustainable Architecture which was won by Zulu Waters in 2010.