Known to many as one of Southern Africa’s premier conference and holiday venues, Alpine Heath Resort invites you to relax in the comfort of an exclusive mountain village nestled in the midst of the Northern Drakensberg. Alpine is where you will find superb chalet accommodation, fine dining, an abundance of indoor and outdoor activities and the finest state-of-the-art conference facilities in Southern Africa.
Surround yourself with the splendour of crystal-clear streams and mountain-fresh air, while experiencing the luxury and serenity of this resort complex.
At Alpine Heath, each of the 100 luxurious chalets is equipped with a telephone, cellular reception and satellite TV, and offers all the privacy you could ask for.
The comfortable cosy lounge is furnished with a lounge suite, satellite television and a fireplace, ideal for those Winter evenings, and leads out onto your personal ‘patio in the berg’.
With a backdrop of the stunning mountains of the Northern Drakensberg, this stylish Afro-Swiss designed resort blends perfectly into the landscape. The village square is situated at the centre of the resort with the 100 three-bedroom chalets conveniently situated around the main buildings that surround the square.
From the moment you get here, you’ll discover Alpine Heath is all about flexibility. You can self-cater and shop for necessities at the village patisserie or you have the opportunity to treat yourself to the fine fare of La Gruyéres restaurant and the Village Brasserrie. With enormous breakfast buffets, elegant midday menus and exceptional evening fare, the choice is endless.
When it comes to leisure and exercise, their fully equipped gymnasium and squash courts are ideal, and even the fittest will work up a sweat. All-weather tennis courts, volleyball, putt-putt and mountain biking are available, and the superb amphitheatre nine-hole golf course is just minutes away. Taking in the scenery at the well-stocked sparkling trout dams, what could be more relaxing than the rhythmic swish of your line as you drop your fly on a nearby rise?