Quarters on Avondale offers quiet luxury in an 'Edwardian' setting. The original Edwardian era home has been beautifully restored to its former glory to mirror the original architecture.
The main building, a double storey, comprises a reception area, a guest lounge and 10 en-suite bedrooms on the two floors. The newly built annex is a single storey set a few metres from the main building and joined by covered walkways. The annex has 7 en-suite bedrooms. All the bedrooms are beautifully furnished with period furniture imported from France and colourfully decorated with quality soft finishings.
The gardens, whilst still in their infancy, are planted with a multitude of different herb, spice and scented plants, bushes and trees. As the garden establishes itself, visitors to Quarters on Avondale will be greeted by the many intriguing aroma's of this unique garden.
Quarters on Avondale is situated at the corner of Sindile Thusi (formerly Argyle) and Avondale Roads, in the leafy suburb of Morningside, a stone's throw from Durban's "Dining District" of Florida Road. Jam Restaurant, the on-site restaurant, is the latest addition to the Morningside trendy restaurant set. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in this plush dining venue. Cocktails are available in the beautifully decorated bar and covered terrace area.
The beaches of Durban's famed Golden Mile are but a short drive away as are the sporting facilities of Kings Park which include the brand new Moses Madiba Stadium, Kings Park Swimming Complex, an Archery Club, Cycling Track, a Virgin Active Health Club and the Windsor Park Municipal Golf Course with a full 18-hole Golf layout as well as a fun Mashie course. The famed Durban Country Club lies between the Kings Park facilities and the northern beaches and Royal Durban Golf Club is 2 minutes drive away..
Quarters on Avondale has an all female management team who are committed to making your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as you would expect from a Quarters Hotel.