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Tillietudlem Game & Trout Lodge

Superb accommodation in the Dargle Valley


Tilletudlem is renowned for its tranquility and beauty. Situated in the beautiful Dargle region of the Midlands, whether you are here to fly fish on one of our magnificent dams, walk the mountains or simply let us spoil you with excellent cuisine and hospitality, Tillietudlem is special! Experience the mountain grassland, indigenous forest and wetland eco-systems in an expansive private game reserve. Other activities include game walks, birding, mountain biking and horse riding (for experienced riders only). We have a number of accommodations options available.....



Delightful self-catering lodge totally private with a wooden deck overlooking the Hlega Manzi waterfall from the Elands River.
Sleeps 8 with open plan lounge and dinning room . Lovely large fireplace, kithcen with micrrowave, stove and washing machine. Two bathrooms.

All beds equipped with electric blankets, gas heaters in all bedrooms.

· Fully equipped kitchen
· All linen provided except for towels
· Daily service by maid, braai facilities, DSTV & under roof parking.


Tranquil beautiful surrounds welcome you to this luxurious classical colonial farm house dating back to the 19th century. 4 star graded and rated AA superior, we offer fine cuisine and extreme comfort. View the waterbuck and wildebeest dams from the wide 'wrap around' colonial verandah, fly fish to your hearts content, or just relax and enjoy the otters playing in the dam below.

Ograms Colonial House consists of 5 queen size bedrooms, all en suite. All beds are fitted with dual control electric blankets. Gas heaters and hairdryers are supplied with each bedroom.

Full or part catering is offered. Big screen TV with DSTV, satelite connection, telephone (we have no cell phone signal on the farm) are supplied.

Ogram's Colonial House was a finalist in the 2010 AA Excellence Awards

Special offers


·Hlega Manzi LodgeSelf-catering, minimum 2 person, 2 night stay (meals available at Ograms by prior arrrangment)R395 per person, per night
·Ogram’s Colonial HousePer person/ day B&B
Per person/ day D/B&B
Per person/day Full Board

·Trout Fishing (catch and release)R120.00 per rod per day
·Guided game walks from R95.00 per person
·Horse rides and horse back safarisfrom R150.00 per person
·There will be a 10% surcharge for Christmas and Easter periods

·Prior booking essential for accommodation and horse rides
50% deposit required to secure booking, and full amount payable 10 days before arrival:
Please contact Carol Fynn for bookings on 033 234 9045/6 or email us at  tillietudlem@mweb.co.za This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Midlands Meander attractions are in close proximity, maps and information available from staff
There are several restaurants and hotels in reasonable proximity – we will be happy to advise
you of these.
The condition of the roads may vary depending on the weather and at times may be unsuitable for low vehicles. Please contact us prior to your departure.

Ograms Colonial House
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SOUTH GATE (RECOMMENDED ROUTE) - From N3 - Take the Howick South/Underberg (exit 99)off ramp and head for Underberg (via Boston) on R617 - Pass through Boston village and after 6 kms turn right onto Impendle Road (signposted Impendle) - After 6,5 kms pass Coquidale Farm on your left - Continue for another 500 metres and the South Gate is on your right (please be careful as this turn off is on a corner) IMPORTANT - the South Gate is usually locked and arrangements must be made with Tillietudlem management for it to be unlocked (033 234 9045) NORTH GATE: Take the Howick North/Tweedie off ramp from the N3. Turn towards Nottingham Road/Mooi River. At Lions River, on the R103, take the Dargle/Impendle road, (P130), and continue for 19 km along a tar road. After the road turns to gravel, travel a further 6km, pass the Boston Underberg Turnoff. Travel a further 5 km and take the D522 turnoff and travel another 7km to Tillietudlem Trout and Game Lodge.