About Ghost Mountain Inn
At the foot of the legendary Ghost Mountain in Mkuze, northern KwaZulu-Natal lies the privately owned 4 star Ghost Mountain Inn. This intimate and beautiful hotel is the ideal location from which to explore the array of wildlife and coastal reserves in Maputaland and the Elephant Coast. Nature enthusiasts will appreciate the abundance of wildlife and the scenic splendours of this rich and diverse region during game drives, guided walks and boat cruises in the company of knowledgeable rangers. Tiger Fishing is arranged on Lake Jozini while birders can enjoy one of Southern Africa’s top birding destinations with over 450 species.
Alternatively escape and be pampered at the Ghost Mountain Spa. Enjoy an Ghost Mountain Inn exfoliation and body wrap with Terres d’Afrique a natural South African products or a Dermalogical facial treatment. The spa features a steam room and relaxation area with private plunge pool to rest in between treatments. Those who prefer the relaxing sound of birdsong and the warmth of the African sun will find their respite at the poolside within the glorious gardens.
The Ghost Mountain Inn offers over 550 square meters of indoor function space that combines the stylish comfort of Zululand’s Finest Country Inn with a fully equipped facilities needed for any meeting or event. From intimate meetings or celebrations to romantic garden weddings under the giant fig trees and banquets for up to 160 people, the Ghost Mountain offers the ideal venue.
For those travelling to southern Mozambique, or between Kruger Park, Swaziland and Durban, Ghost Mountain Inn makes an excellent stopover or memorable getaway.
Spa: Escape to our Spa. Pamper your body, revitalize your mind and leave with a renewed sense of wellbeing. Indulge yourself with a massage, facial, manicure, or luxurious body wrap treatment. All performed by highly qualified therapists.
Wedding Venues: Take pleasure in a magnificent garden wedding against the backdrop of the Lebombo Mountains. Exchange vows in the quaint gazebo beneath the canopy of gigantic fig trees. The dining room or terrace provides indoor or outdoor options for the reception.
Conference Venues: Conferences of up to 150 delegates can be accommodated. Our conference facility is fully air-conditioned with an outdoor terrace for lunches and a foyer area to set up morning or afternoon breaks. Venues for team building activities are available.
Early Arrivals and Late Departures: If your arrival is early in the day and you prefer immediate access to your room, we recommend reserving for the prior night to guarantee immediate access. Similarly, for late departures, reserving an additional night will guarantee access until you leave the Hotel. If you choose not to reserve, we will be glad... Early Arrivals and Late Departures: If your arrival is early in the day and you prefer immediate access to your room, we recommend reserving for the prior night to guarantee immediate access. Similarly, for late departures, reserving an additional night will guarantee access until you leave the Hotel. If you choose not to reserve, we will be glad to store your bags and make our fitness facilities available for you to freshen up.
Guaranteed Reservations and Deposits: At the Ghost Mountain Inn, a guaranteed reservation assures you of a room even if you check in late (after 6:00 pm). If a room is not available, we will arrange your accommodation in another hotel at our expense. In order to Guarantee a reservation we would need credit card details, a deposit on the room or a voucher from a Travel Agent. see more
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