Accommodation is in authentic rondavel thatched huts or the original traditional beehive huts. All are equipped with beds, linen, towels and paraffin lamps for lighting. In keeping with the authenticity of the homestead, no huts are en-suite but each hut has its own ablution facility with toilet, wash basin and shower with hot water. The self-catering section is separate to the authentic Zulu homestead with more modern but also thatched rondavel huts (not en-suite) but with their own private ablution facilities. These are huts equipped with double beds and one family hut sleeping 6 people. There are two thatched lapas with open views over the Albert Falls Dam and these are equipped with gas stove and all catering facilities, utensils, glasses, dining room table, etc.
When you reach Pietermaritzburg, stay on the N3 and take the Dr Chota Motola/Greytown (also Albert Falls Dam) exit from the N3. At stoplight from exit turn right over the N3 as if following directions to Greytown (do not proceed to Greytown). Proceed through another stoplight/intersection and you will then proceed up a hill, keep in the left lane.
As you climb the hill you will approach another set of stoplights/intersection (approx. 1 km from the N3) and you will see the Northway Superspar/Mall in front of you on the left (also signs to Karkloof Spa). In front of this Mall (at the intersection) take the turning to the left this is the Otto’s Bluff Rd. Carry on along this road, exit PMB and reach the village of Claridge and proceed straight after another 3km this road will become a dirt road continue for approximately 19km.Cross the low-level bridge Mortons Drift and carry on for 4km until you see a road to the right which is signposted Windrush B & B as well as Ecabazini Zulu Homestead also district road D668.
Take this road to the right and follow for exactly 3km (ignore Windrush entrance) and you will see the entrance to Ecabazini on your left.