The Cathedral Peak Hotel

Cathedral Peak Hotel Drakensberg

The Cathedral Peak Hotel is a well-established and highly regarded resort nestled in the breathtaking Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa. This hotel is renowned for its spectacular setting, excellent hospitality, and wide range of recreational activities, making it a popular destination for both local and international travelers.

Situated in the northern Drakensberg region of KwaZulu-Natal, the Cathedral Peak Hotel enjoys a stunning natural setting surrounded by majestic mountain peaks, lush valleys, and pristine wilderness areas. The Drakensberg Mountains are a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for their scenic beauty and rich biodiversity.

The hotel offers a variety of accommodation options, including comfortable rooms, suites, and self-catering chalets, each designed to provide a relaxing and enjoyable stay for guests. Many of the rooms offer panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

The Cathedral Peak Hotel is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a wide range of recreational activities to suit all interests and fitness levels. Guests can enjoy guided hikes, mountain biking, horse riding, birdwatching, fishing, and swimming in natural rock pools. The hotel also provides guided excursions to nearby attractions and scenic spots.

What's Inside

  • 104 spacious rooms, ranging from standard, family and superior rooms to Executive/ Honeymoon Suites and the private Presidential Suite, providing for up to 254 guests
  • 18 walks and hikes leaving from the hotel
  • mountain bike trails, jogging routes, horse rides, quad biking and a helicopter for nearby sightseeing flights
  • on-site facilities including tennis, beach volleyball and badminton courts, children’s playground, mini golf course, a climbing tower and both heated and cool swimming pools
  • 9-hole golf course, with alternate tees for an 18-hole
  • games room, table tennis, squash and a fully-equipped gym
  • professional therapists at the hotel’s Wellness Center
  • 120-seater stone-and-thatch chapel