In the 'hood, Ladysmith as a destination

Ladysmith today acts as a commercial centre for the large surrounding farming district became the centre of attention during the Anglo Boer War, both locally and overseas, when it fell under siege from October 1899 to March 1900. Set on the banks of the Klip River, and named after Sir Harry Smith’s Spanish wife, Ladysmith was established in 1850 and served as a staging-post for fortune ... cont.

4 Berea Road, Ladysmith, 3370, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

Directions to Peaches and Cream B&B

From Newcastle
Traveling from Newcastle on the N11, pass the Oval Centre on your right.
You will then come to a set of traffic lights, drive straight ahead, the street you are driving on is called Murchison Street.
At the next set of traffic lights turn right into Poort Road.
Then the road will bend to the right and you will approach another set of traffic lights.
Drive straight through and keep following the road, as it curves in different directions.
The next street on your right is Berea Street and we are No. 4.

From Johannesburg
Traveling from Johannesburg on the R103 / N3 driving into the town you will approach a set of traffic lights.
Drive straight ahead, then you will be crossing over Francis Road and you will see Caltex on you left hand side.
Take the next street to your left which is Berea Street and we are No. 4.

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