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Camp Orchards (Hillcrest)

An exquisite wedding venue situated in Inanda Road in Hillcrest. It caters for up to 200 guests, has spectacular outdoor landscapes and a chapel built with character and charm. This venue has a little of everything to make sure your dream wedding comes to life.

Khaya Lembali (Durban)

The gracious Cape Dutch homestead is a landmark in the leafy suburb of Morningside. Khaya Lembali is situated in a tranquil, tree-filled garden adjacent to Durban’s famous Mitchell Park. Tall trees tower over the house creating a country ambience far removed from the hustle and bustle of the city. However the Durban city center is only ten minutes away.
Khaya Lembali is an elegant and intimate venue for smaller weddings of up to 85 guests

Collisheen Estate (Ballito)

Over the last 15 years, Collisheen Estate in Ballito has earned through top class service and a high level of professionalism, an outstanding reputation as a wedding and functions venue.
Collisheen offers two perfect wedding venues, the original main venue (Boma) and the original colonial homestead (Orchid House).

Nsingisi Lodge and Spa Wedding Venue

This is one of our favorite wedding venues. The rustic bush wedding venue has a number of options for your wedding format with their reception area being on either their magnificent deck under a wedding marquee, or up in their bar and dining area (our recommendation).

The staff is very friendly and always keen to help in whatever way they can. Their flexibility means that you are not confined to the same restrictions that other wedding venues impose, which brings another level of calmness to a typically stressful time of arranging your wedding.

Granny Mouse Wedding Venue

Overlooking Caversham Valley, Granny Mouse’s glass fronted wedding chapel is a beautiful building. It’s 150 guest capacity will cover many wedding needs and the air conditioning makes all the difference for a summer wedding.

The “Caversham Room” reception area is close to a blank canvas and in this author’s opinion needs to be draped, however that being the case for many weddings, this is just a feature to account for.