Bed and Breakfast HILTON

Fourwinds Courtyard

Keywords; bed and breakfast hilton.



This delightfully relaxed and informal retreat is conveniently situated in Winterskloof, and lies in easy reach of St Annes, Hilton College, and events such as the Midmar Mile, Comrades Marathon and the Royal Show in Pietermaritzburg.

The charm of this bed and breakfast HILTON and your hosts Dennis and Jill Bailey will immediately put you at your ease. A swimming pool to enjoy in the summer months and tucked away in an enormous four acre garden you will immediately sense the tranquil atmosphere.

Fourwinds Courtyard Guest House has two family units with separate entrance that comfortably accommodate up to 4 persons each. You can choose to self-cater or book breakfast. Evening meals are provided on request too.

Bed and Breakfast HILTON

Parents of local schools

Situated at the start of the Midlands Meander, Fourwinds HILTON Bed and Breakfast is perfectly positioned for easy access to Howick, Hilton and Pietermaritzburg.

Fourwinds is a popular rest stop for parents of children at Hilton College, St Annes, Cowan House and schools in neighbouring Pietermaritzburg. It's a home from home for a family reunion.


Business men and women

Pietermaritzburg is insufferably hot and humid in the summer months. Business men and women find Fourwinds a restful and cooler stopover the night before meetings in the city, only twenty minutes away.





Situated nearly 300 metres above the city, nights are cool and day temperatures 6 to 10 degrees lower.


With Durban only an hour away, B&B HILTON Fourwinds is the perfect place to spend a night en route. The property is less than ten minutes from the N3 highway.

Take the Hilton exit; if coming from the north, turn right and travel about two kilometres in the direction of the Quarry Shopping Centre. Pass it by, cross over at the traffic light and continue for five minutes until you reach Valley Road at the end of a long gentle downhill slope.

Fourwinds Bed and Breadfast Hilton is situated on the corner on your left.

Big attractions

FOURWINDS Bed and Breakfast HILTON is a favourite site for both the Comrades Marathon, the Durban classic, Amashovashova, the Hilton Art's Festival, the Midmar Mile and the Royal Show.

Dining out

The village of Hilton boasts of 8 restaurants, a shopping centre, a video store and a whole range of Midland Meander curios.

Price range 2015

  • R400 per person, self catering.
  • Cottage for four, minimum two nights, R1200 per night, self catering.
  • Slap up breakfast: R95
  • Dinner: R150

TO BOOK

Either email fourwind[at]mweb[.]co.za

Or phone the Baileys direct at 0027 (0)33 3431093/ (0)822125256

Indigenous garden

One thing you will certainly appreciate if you like to take a quiet constitutional after dinner is their extensive indigenous garden; lovely proteas and aloes and a marvelous veggie garden.







Should you decide to enjoy dinner at Four Winds, you can be sure that many of the vegetables will be straight from the garden.

Remember to ask if Dennis' curry is on the menu; he's a master of the herbs and spices, and Jill's salad bowl is without equal.

At this time, late winter you, find Jill is able to update you on how to grow broccoli and it's sure to be on the dinner table. It's number one in the anti cancer stakes.

Try them, you'll love Four Winds.


Hilton Medical Doctors

Drs Ren Stewart and Robin Reed

Block H,

Quarry Office Park, Hilton

033-343-2270

Hilton Chiropractors

Drs Barrie Lewis and Jane Ackerman

56 Groenekloof Rd, Hilton.

(adjacent to Laddsworth school)

033-343-2549


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