Come enjoy some of our local attractions.
What is now Kloof was once open farmland settled by early Natal Colonists. The village proper was originally a farm called Tafelberg owned by Pioneer Andries van Tonderen. He sold it in 1844 to William Cowie who gave his name to Cowies Hill just outside Durban. A year later the farm was bought by William Swan Field whose name still lives on in the village.
Apart from Fields Hill there is also the Fields Shopping Centre – one of his descendants retired hotelier and affable local character John Field still lives in the area.
As is so often the case the development of the Village all started with the arrival of the railway line and the Kloof Station which was built back in 1896. To this day the Kloof Railway Station, now converted to a popular meeting place called Stokers, is one of the villages more popular meeting places.
Explore the Valley of 1000 Hills.
Steam Train – Inchanga choo choo departs from the Kloof Station (Stokers) on the first and last Sunday of each month.
Kloof Country Club Golf Course – 10 minutes from Inn Afrika B & B is a beautiful course – each of the 18 holes is set to challenge even the most talented golfer.
There are several other golf courses within an easy 20 minute drive.
Krantzkloof Nature Reserve – only 5 minutes away – with its stunning waterfalls, spectacular gorge, bird and wildlife and sandstone cliffs this is a wonderful place for a walk – the reserve offers guided trails by volunteer officers over the weekend by prior arrangement.
Veteran Car Club – meets last Sunday of each month.
Memorial Park – 2 minutes walk.
Virgin Active gym in the village (5 minutes away)