About Anvil Stud Chalets
Anvil Stud Chalets offers guests two modern Chalets in Alverstone, just outside Durban. The two units are situated on top of each other, each sleeping four people, perfect for guests participating in the numerous sports and equestrian events such as the Comrades Marathon and gymkhanas that take place in the region, or simply looking for a getaway. Unfortunately no pets allowed. The Top Chalet is an open-plan unit furnished with four comfortable beds; a double and two single beds that can be configured to your requirements. The Bottom Chalet has one separate bedroom with a double bed as well as an en-suite bathroom. Two single beds are found in the lounge and can be configured to your requirements. Both Chalets feature a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge-freezer, oven or a two-plate stove, a microwave, and tea and coffee facilities. Each lounge is comfortably furnished and equipped with a TV with DStv and barbecue facilities are provided. Guests can enjoy lovely views from the veranda or patio, with meals also available or food can be stocked for guests on request. In addition, an airport shuttle is available and tours to places of interest or theater and restaurant bookings can be provided on request. Horse stabling is available by arrangement, however pets are not allowed.The Chalets are situated close to Shongweni and Summerveld and very central to all Kwa Zulu-Natal sporting events such as the Duzi Canoe Marathon, the Midmar Mile and Ama shova shova Cycle race. Situated so close to Durban, guests have access to a variety of activities, attractions and sports in the area. Anvil Stud Chalets is ideal for families, couples and individuals who appreciate beautiful views and require a safe and private place to stay, with easy access to Durban and surrounds.
In event of cancellation the 50% deposit is forfeited and non-refundable.
Cancellation on date of arrival: Full payment is due.
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