Cheese tasting has become a valued tourist attraction to the Drakensberg and Natal Midlands. The regions have become a hub for cheese tasting and wine tasting. If you are looking for your taste buds to travel more than your feet, then look no further than the cheese farms and cheese outlets in the Drakensberg and Natal Midlands
Antbear Lodge even makes their own cheese that they use at the lodge form milk from their own cows. No that is perttyt self sufficient. You can even look int a cheese making course at Antbear Lodge
Drakensberg and Natal Midlands cheese tasting directory
- Macedonia Cheese Shop. This cheese shop, located in Cathkin Park, has an incredible selection of local as well as imported cheeses and offers cheese platters for those that would like a little bit of everything. You can follow up your experience with a visit to the Chocolate Bar.
- Marrakesh Cheese Farm is situated in Rosetta, between Nottingham Road and Mooi River. It is owned and run by Chris and Sue Coetzer. Cheese making on the farm began in 1998, when it was a goats cheese outlet in the Midlands. Visitors to the farm can expect to be taken through a cheese tasting of between 8 to 10 different types of cheese, (depending on the time of year) with an informative discussion about each type of cheese.
- Linga Lapa is a Farm Stall near to Nottingham Road that offers a selection of local cheeses. Enjoy warm fires, warm hospitality and a relaxed atmosphere! The best Biltong . Cosy restaurant . Farm Style Butchery . Delicious steaks . Local cheese . Character Bar . Woven Rugs . Nguni Skins . Home products
- Indezi River Creemery and Dairy shoppe. For 25 years, our family at Indezi River Creamery has been handcrafting a range of high-quality dairy products, including cheese, yoghurt, whole milk, butter, and now the superfood kefir.
- The Mousetrap at the Wine Cellar has a section of fine cheeses for sale and tasting. Its part of the famous Wine Cellar in Rosetta so two birds with 1 stone here.
- Swissland Cheese is an established, unique enterprise that pioneered in 1992 by Francine Isaac. The opportunity presented itself in those years when Fran’s Family background of dairy farming and her own passion for the farm life