Gilroy is just one of the attractions in the Ngwenya Village. There are stalls with interesting goodies, and things to keep the children amused. Bring the family and make a day of it...
"Shades of Ngwenya" where you can watch glass work - from melting in the furnace to glass blowing. The shop has an extensive range of glass products.
See the magnificent wire and bead craft work done at "Hot Wired". From small knick knacks to light fittings!
Stroll next door into the delightful "Rosewood" - a jewel box of a shop! Beautiful, indulgent, lavish, exquisite. You will find a gift for someone dear in this quaint little shop.
The name says it all - "Spoil Yourself". Delicious-looking, great smelling soaps, scrubs, milky bath powders.....ahhh. Heavenly.
Sandy keeps hand made, one of a kind clothing, a range of antique collectables and a sampling of persian carpets.
Down the pathway you are welcomed by Africotta where you can select your hand-made tiles.
For the children, Jocks Studio
offers the opportunity to get creative. Mom, relax - this mess is not yours to clean up! Sand art and candle dipping are firm favourites.
Quiet concentration at play....
And right next door, playground equipment for those with more energy to burn!
Vulindlela Restaurant not only serves up some great food, they have entertaiment for the little ones. While the children are occupied and having fun, relax over a yummy meal.
Buggy Parks (off-road Go-Karting) now open under new management – lots of fun.
Call Trevor 072 390-1696 for details and bookings.
Tuesday to Thursday 10h00 to 1600
Friday 9h30 to 17h00
Saturday 9H30 to 19h00
Sunday 9h00 to 17h00
Call Lynne 082 992 0485 or 011 796 3012
Find original works of art - paintings, sculptures, clothing, cloths - at the charming Asante
Wander over to the Magpie's Cottage, framed by the jacaranda trees. Scrummage around. Its fun! Find a lovely selection of plants - many indigenous - gifts, toys, baby goodies, even fresh vegetables!
But watch out for those "Home Treasure" birds along the way.....
There is so much to do and see at the Village. Why not come and see for yourself?