Prince’s Grant Golf & Coastal Estate offers a unique and challenging golfing experience. It is situated in the vacinity of Stanger on the KwaZulu-Natal Coast, a 45 minute drive from Durban and just 15 minutes from Ballito. Originally Hyde Park Farm which George Wilson Prince acquired in 1856 by Deed of Grant from Queen Victoria, this serene private sanctuary is the ideal retreat from the frenetic pace of the world lying beyond its sugarcane borders. The clubhouse and adjoining lodge are a rare example of genuine colonial architecture; combined with the course they are the gems in the crown of the Natal Dolphin Coast.
The Lodge at Prince’s Grant, recently proclaimed a “Site of Conservation Significance,” has 15 luxurious rooms overlooking either the golf course or the Indian Ocean. This unspoilt stretch of coastline in the heart of sugarcane country makes for a spendid setting and can best be savoured from the friendly atmosphere of the popular Mulligan’s Bar with its panoramic views over the course and the ocean in the distance.
Houses on the estate can be purchased from R2,5 million and upwards. There is a wonderful choice of schools in the area. Other than Stanger High School, nearby Ballito offers Umhlali Primary School, Crawford College and Seaforth College, all with outstanding scholastic as well as extra mural facilities.
This stretch of coastline is known as the Dolphin Coast, due to the fact that Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphins can be seen frolicking in the surf all year round. The larger humpback dolphins are also present during the year, but these shy dolphins are seldom seen.
Prince’s Grant prides itself on the fact that it offers a distinctive lifestyle choice for residence and guests alike within a secure and safe environment, thanks to a manned perimeter fence and 24-hour security service provided by Prince’s Grant Security. Our facilities include a secluded beach, canoeing on the private lagoon, squash and tennis courts, 3 swimming pools as well as nature trails and bird watching.
Prince’s Grant 500 freehold units in total, just over 300 built Nominated site of conservation significance by Natal Parks Boad