Fairways is a Gold Crown resort (5 star) and has been voted in the top 5 Medium resorts in South Africa for the past 5 consecutive years. It boasts 62 chalets. The units are serviced daily except for Sundays and Public Holidays. You can request the unit to be serviced on these days at a nominal cost.

The timeshare operates as a Shareblock Timeshare Scheme. Owners receive a share certificate as proof of ownership. Ownership is “in perpetuity” i.e. forever.

The Management Company is Gooderson Directorate Services – their Head Office is located on the 2nd floor, Tropicana Hotel, 85 Marine Parade, Durban.


The units are as follows:

1 x 8 sleeper – Unit 106 – Comprises of three bedrooms with a loft

4 x 4 sleepers – Units 105/150/152/154 – ONLY Unit 105 has one bedroom with a loft, the other three units have one bedroom with a sleeper couch in the lounge

4 x 6 sleepers WITHOUT lofts – Units 149/151/153/155 – These units have two bedrooms with a sleeper couch in the lounge

53 x 6 sleepers WITH lofts – These units have two bedrooms with a loft. The loft comprises of two single beds as does the second bedroom. The main bedroom is en suite and has a queen bed.


All units, including the 4 sleepers, are fully self-catering and boast a washing machine & tumble drier in the unit. All units have fireplaces. All the 6 sleepers and the 8 sleeper have a main en-suite bathroom. All units have their own patios with a braai. The upstairs 4 sleepers being units 150/152/154 have a balcony. All units have been positioned to maximise the view of the majestic Drakensberg mountains.

Front row units on the 14th fairway are: 101/102/105/106/135/136/137/138/139/140/141/142/143/144/145/146/147/148

Front row units on the 13th fairway are:                                      103/104/107/108/109/110/111/112/113/114


The resort operates on a flexi calendar. There are 30 flexi weeks in the year. A flexi week owner has the choice of any one of 30 weeks in the year to choose from and the flexibility to choose any one of the 57 x 6 sleeper units to occupy or any one of the 4 sleeper units. Fixed week owners i.e owners of A, B or C weeks, have fixed weeks in their fixed chalets every year. These weeks are automatically booked for the owner, there is no need to call our reservations department to reserve the week.

It is important to check your dates every year as they may move slightly especially those around the Easter peak week period. All peak weeks are modules that move with the school holiday calendar.

Reservations contact details are 031 3685642 or email selfcat@goodersons.co.za


The levy is designed to cover the operating costs of the resorts within the exclusive use area ONLY. The levy is payable annually generally on or before 31st January each year. Only if you are occupying your week in January, then your levy would need to be settled prior to the end of the preceding year. The levy escalates annually and is normally in line with CPI/inflation.


The resort boasts a host of dining facilities such as the Eagles Roost main diningroom – full buffet restaurant, Bergview a la Carte restaurant & bar, Vine Knot Restaurant, Bistro for light meals and pizzas, Glengarry Country Club at the Golf Course for breakfast and light meals as well as several pubs namely Wild Cat Bar, Buck & Trout, Bergview Pub and Glengarry Country Club. The opening times for the restaurants will vary daily depending on the occupancies

Facilities include the only 18-hole golf course in the Southern Berg, fishing, rowing, hiking trails, mountain bike trails, zipline, archery, several pools, Wellness Centre, gymnasium, tennis, squash, pony rides, horse rides, mini-zoo, adventure golf, kiddie’s games room and an entertainment programme.

All facilities are open to all the timeshare guests to utilize.


By far, the most popular attraction is a trip up Sani Pass. There are two companies offering guided trips up the Pass being Major Adventures and Sani Pass Tours. Please remember that you MUST bring your passports to cross over Lesotho border. The legendary Sani Pass provides the only road link between KwaZulu-Natal and Lesotho, and is the only road crossing the summit of the high Drakensberg.

Originally a mule track, it is still a tortuous, hair-raising road today. At 2873m you enter the land of the hardy “people of the blanket”, a place that time has forgotten.

The views from this altitude are nothing less than awe-inspiring, with snow and frozen waterfalls in winter, and a blaze of flower blooms in summer.

Himeville Museum Open Tue-Sat 9am–3pm, Sun 9am–12.30pm. Closed Mon. The last laager/fort built in SA completed in 1899 and converted to a prison complex from 1902 to 1971. An acclaimed rural history museum with a furnished house and varied displays in the old prison cells, such as the new Rock Art display, School room, Post office and others. One of the best in SA and well worth a visit.


Members of the public may visit rock art sites at Cobham and Garden Castle with an approved rock art tour guide or a member of the KZN Wildlife staff.



This must count as one of the most exhilarating experiences. When the Umzimkulu river is in full flow in summer you should try to ride it on a tube or other blow-up craft!



It is here, on the banks of the Umzimkulu River, that our small herd of Jersey cows produce the quality wholesome milk we use in the making of our farm cheese. Healthy and happy cows are Paramount to quality milk. Each one is known by name, and given individual attention from our family members and dedicated dairy staff. Our local veterinarians visit them on a regular basis to assist us in keeping them in peak condition.

Our small dairy is family-run enabling us to personally manage every step of the delicate cheese-making process, ensuring the highest level of quality control. Full cream Jersey milk, no preservatives, no colourants and no animal rennet are used in the making of our exciting cheeses