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Hardford House, originally a home and a grand one at that, and with the passing of time, it grew into a hotel.  Today Hardford is one of South Africa’s top destinations, not only boasting luxurious accommodation and racing horses, but also one of the country’s finest restaurants.

·         EAT OUT: Top Ten Restaurants 2012
·         LA MOTTE EAT OUT: People’s Choice Award – SA Restaurant of the Year 2010/11
·         HOUSE AND LEISURE/VISA: Best of SA – Winning Restaurant 2009/10 and 2010/11
·         DINER’S CLUB INTERNATIONAL: Diamond Class Wine List 2012
·         DINER’S CLUB INTERNATIONAL & WINE MAGAZINE: Dine Top Ten Deluxe Restaurants
·         AMERICAN EXPRESS: Platinum Fine Dining Awards 2007 - 2013
© Luxury Accommodation - Hartford House Estate - Kwa-Zulu Natal
© Luxury Accommodation - Hartford House - Kwa-Zulu Natal
© Hartford House - View From Lake Suites
© Hartford House's Race Horse
Hartford's beauty discovered by the Moor family some 130 years ago, when the land was granted to them by Queen Victoria in the mid 1870s. This property, which was home to the family of Sir Frederick Moor, the last prime minister of the Colony of Natal, is now part of the greater Summerhill estate, the former domain of Colonel Richards, who served as Sir Frederick's deputy and then as a senator in the first government of the Union of South Africa. The families’ endeavours left their mark on what the Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal represents today.

© Hardford House - Lake Suites
© Hardford House - Lake Suite Bathroom
© Hardford House - Lake Suites
© Hardford House - Race Horses 
© Hardford House - Lake Suites
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© Hardford House - Award Winning Restaurant
"We are keenly aware that we are custodians of one of Africa's most treasured legacies," says Hartford House's founder Cheryl Goss; the Gosses being the most recent of the three families to have lived at Hartford. "In the process of preserving it, we will leave our own signatures behind for those who follow."

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