Colonial charm, warm hospitality, comfort and convenience await guests at Sica’s Guest House, which is owner-run, and conveniently situated on three acres in Durban’s Berea. Easy access to beaches, shopping malls and other attractions, for which this holiday city is renowned, make this the perfect venue for you.
Our luxury bed and breakfast guest house caters for international and local guests, conferences, weddings, sports enthusiasts or business people looking for accommodation with a personal touch.
Relax and enjoy our sparkling pool, well stocked bar or lounges. Tennis lovers particularly appreciate our professional standard floodlit tennis court.
Individually decorated en-suite bedrooms, are equipped with TV and every convenience for guests. All rooms include phone lines for those who require an internet connection.
Sica’s Guest House is a popular conference, function or wedding venue, with our own Chapel on the property. We offer a choice of fully equipped function rooms, with experienced staff on-hand to assist you in planning your event or special day.
The enchanting array of backdrops make Orchardleigh the perfect spot throughout the seasons, with stunning gardens for basking in the Summer sunshine and cosy open fires in Winter.
Within the grounds of the Orchardleigh Estate sit two magnificent Churches, for which you don’t need to be from the local Parish to marry, and Orchardleigh House is fully licenced to hold Civil Ceremonies for up to 144 guests. St Mary’s Church is perfectly situated on it’s own little Island and, due to its secluded spot, there is no electricity supply to the Church, so Wedding ceremonies are lit purely by candlelight – sounds rather magical doesn’t it…? St Mary’s is also the only Island Church in the World that has its very own helipad!
There is plenty of accommodation on the Estate, for up to 172 guests, with 44 opulent rooms in the main House and a variety of splendid Estate Lodges and Cottages. The cottages are also available to hire the evening before weddings, which is a super way of extending the celebrations.