Several small "villages" built in different styles (Zulu, Xhosa, etc) I stayed in a Zulu hut. Interesting and a bit different. Comfortably furnished with an ensuite bathroom - neither room huge but big enough to be ample for two people. Nice to be able to see the wicker construction work under the thatched roof.
They do a tour round the various villages explaining the different tribal cultures and then a dance show with the various dances (a lot seem very similar).
All in all a bargain at the price.
We arrived several hours early and they did their very best to accommodate us in the next available room.
All staff provided fantastic service throughout, and always with a smile.
On site restaurant; Chiefs Boma has a lovely fire pit at the rear to sit by as the evening draws in.
The spa, provides a lovely relaxing setting with a good range of services.
Room service was prompt and handy for a quick snack, and surprisingly tasty - Best banana milkshake of the holiday! :)