The duBoirs Boutique Lodge, Wedding & Conference Venue
About The duBoirs Boutique Lodge, Wedding & Conference Venue
The duBoirs Boutique Lodge, Wedding & Conference Venue is situated 35 km outside Durban and is a retreat comprising perfectly manicured gardens that are engulfed by the soothing sounds of the cascading creek. Immerse yourself in the luxury of our elegant and sophisticated backdrop. Be serenaded by the sweet scent of lavender blossoms. This venue truly rejuvenates.
The accommodation comprises nine beautiful luxury rooms, each individually decorated and fully-equipped with modern facilities, wooden furniture and full en-suite bathrooms, infused with a decadent mix of soft furnishings and ambient lighting. All our rooms have digital satellite television, individual air-conditioning and heating, electronic safes, hairdryers and tea and coffee facilities. We are near Inanda Dam, the Valley of a thousand hills, Giba Gorge and have easy access to the Midlands Meander.
Our venue can cater for weddings of 200 or more guests. We have extensive experience in wedding planning and our wedding packages include the use of a manicured garden and function hall. Tie the knot under our gazebo overlooking the dam or against the backdrop of our cascading waterfall. Let your guests enjoy their welcome drinks on the terrace overlooking our beautiful landscaped gardens. Our professional on-site event manager will ensure that your event is slick, impeccable and that your every expectation is met.
We also have an exceptional conference venue accommodating up to 300 delegates. Corporate clients can enjoy a great wine cellar and cigar lounge.
Although close to the city and amenities, we are far enough from the madding crowds of everyday life to offer a tranquil getaway. The duBoirs Boutique Lodge, Wedding & Conference Venue is the perfect destination for the discerning business traveller or the romantic couple. Airport transport can be arranged.
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