Burnedale, a farm transformed into a beautiful venue where you can be inspired, get creative, shop for unqiue things,& enjoy a meal and the children can have endless amount of fun:- visit the farm yard, play on the jungle gyms or rally up a group of friends and play hide n seek !
BURNEDALE is named after an Irishman, JOHN BURNE.
On 1st April 1841 at the age of 16 years old, John joined up with the 82nd Foot Connaught Rangers Regiment.
On the 3rd May 1843 he arrived in Cape Town aboard the H.M.S Thunderer and was sent to Natal that July.
In 1850 John was stationed at Umhlali and in 1857,now a seargent, he married Isobella Tyson on the 8th May.
In 1861 he finished his 21 years of service and recieved his Good Conduct Medal and a pension of 50 pounds per annum.
In 1862 John moved to Umhlali as a messenger of the court and built his home on this current site “Burnedale” where he remained until his death in 1905.
The original house stood until the 1970’S when it was demolished and rebuilt as it stands today.
It has been the home of various Milsteads. Peggy Tyson married Douglas Milstead and had Barry, Wendy and Trevor.
Trevor and Di lived here until moving to Karibu, where upon, Doug and Peggy took residence and lived here for many years.
Even after Doug passed on, Peggy remained tending her beloved garden.
The garden is testemony to her love of plants.
Cafe, Beauty Salon; Hair Salon; Paint Studio; Ladies Clothing; Children's Play Area; Pottery, Art, Home Decor & Accessories, Lifestyle, Photography, Creative Studio, Original local and handmade beautiful gifts, softs & décor and an Animal Farm
Burnedale Farm - Cafe, Animals, Studio Shops, Creative Workshops, Hair Salon, Beauty Salon & Spa, Framing Studio, Lady & Children's Boutique & Architect