Set on a large Umhlanga homestead and built in 1968, Russian immigrant Kotchka Vladykin ensured that the building – which languishes over six levels – was blessed with a timeless façade. The interior offers guests privacy along with nooks and crannies that provide a glimpse into his eccentric nature.
With purpose and passion
Along the tropical belt of KwaZulu-Natal, nestled amongst the palm and giant Milkwood trees lies Teremok Marine, a luxurious five-star boutique lodge whose name translates from the Russian word for ‘little hideaway’.
A feast for the senses, all of the eight suites are unique in design, layout and feel with small subtleties such as individual scent, mood-music and evening confectionary all creating an enchanting atmosphere. Each suite has an extra-length bed (king size or twin), handcrafted ceiling fan, air-conditioning and a private balcony. The open plan bathroom has a large rain-dance shower, freestanding bath, double basins and separate toilet with bidet.
Extras include a home entertainment system with LCD screen and DVD player (a large library of DVDs is available from reception at any time), an iPod docking station, as well as complimentary WiFi ADSL internet connection available.
The Expedition Project is a social enterprise! Please use the enquiry form below – by doing so you are supporting both this partner and nearby community and conservation projects at no extra cost. You will also get access to similar projects, accommodation discounts and special offers.