About Indigo Fields Country House and Spa
Indigo Fields is different from anything else you may have experienced … a unique spa destination where every aspect of your stay from our indulgent spa treatments to our lovingly prepared meals and delightful accommodation is considered to ensure you have a truly memorable experience.
A heavenly day of pampering awaits as you are whisked away to thatch bomas nestled in indigenous bush where all your stress is massaged away under skilful hands and only the sounds of nature whisper for your attention. Emerge resplendent to enjoy an evening in our luxury country house. The beautifully appointed private suites are havens of pure cotton linen and down duvets, Persian carpets and carefully selected original artwork … the epitome of stylish comfort!
Our self-contained cottage can accommodate group bookings of up to 8 guests. Twickle Cottage has a spacious lounge, dining and kitchen area with a cosy fireplace and four twin / double rooms making it a most comfortable choice for couples or a group of friends who wish to enjoy dinner and an evening together.
The country house has two graceful lounges resplendent with sandstone fireplaces, original art and inviting couches – perfect for curling up on with a sherry after a day of pampering.
Please note that our accommodation is reserved for spa guests only and is not available on a B&B basis.
All the accommodation at Indigo Fields is exclusively dedicated to our spa guests.
Our suites at the thatched country house, speak of luxury, old world ambience and exquisite attention to detail. Each suite is unique and has been decorated with great care to ensure a stay fit for royalty. The chilly Midlands’ nights are warded off with down duvets, cosy blankets and under floor heating.
Heated bathrooms with both bath and shower are en-suite to all the bedrooms.
All suites have a bar fridge stocked with cool drinks, as well as coffee and tea making facilities and a TV with DStv bouquet.
Larger groups are accommodated in Twickle Cottage. This quant thatched cottage overlooks the breath taking Balgowan Valley and offers four beautifully decorated bedrooms. Each bedroom can be fitted with either a king size bed or twin single beds making it adaptable to suit specific sleeping requirements. Each bedroom has an en-suite shower room.
We take special pride in sourcing and selecting the best local produce, growing our own culinary herbs and creating wholesome, delicious meals that linger in your mind long after you have left.
Breakfast is enjoyed in the charming Country Dining room with antique sash windows framing the spectacular view, a sandstone fireplace and wooden beams.
The Spa and Spa Packages
Our African Spa is the star of the show. It consists of a Spa area with dressing room, lockers, rest rooms with showers, steam room, Jacuzzi, and scrub room. There are two bomas, complete with stone fireplaces and outdoor loo’s, tucked away in the indigenous bush.
The Jade Studio with two treatment rooms and a wooden deck in the indigenous thicket completes the picture. We offer various packages, from a Full Day of indulgence with a full spa menu, to a “Boma Experience” which is a 90 minute treatment of your choice. Leisurely lunches are served in the courtyard, romantically set around the fire in the thatch gazebo, or around the swimming pool when balmy weather entices a post lunch “snooze” on the lounger.
Our full-day spa package and overnight stay includes a full day of spa treatments, luxury accommodation, all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner and breakfast the following morning) and limited drinks with your meals (excludes spirits).
Please note: Accommodation is reserved for our full-day spa guests choosing to stay over. Day Spa and personalised packages are available and packages can be customised to suite your specific needs. Indigo Fields Day Spa and Accommodation Packages are available from Tuesday through to Saturday. We close on a Sunday (after breakfast) and re-open Tuesday morning.
A walk on the 40 hectare farm will delight as you take in the gardens or the pastoral vistas over the Balgowan Valley. The farm produces organic lavender and rosemary and a fragrant lavender haze welcomes visitors in summer months. Various indigenous bird species and a shy duiker or two might surprise you whilst the most observant visitor may be rewarded with the increasingly rare siting of the much treasured Drakensberg dwarf chameleon.