The Bothas Hill Food and Craft Market is open every Sunday from 10am to 3pm at the corner of Rob Roy Crescent and Old Main Road, Bothas Hill.
It is a happy and colourful market, set in leafy green terraces with large shady trees and a swimming pool.
There is plenty of parking on Old Maind ROad, Bothas Hill.
The market entrance is in Bothas Hill Main Road, you can’t miss it because there are banners and balloons and lots of parked cars near the entrance.
There is a lower market which has a variety of stalls and then, up the rustic stone steps there is a large upper market laid out on four grassy terraces, under the trees. Use the handrail and take care not to trip on the stairs.
There are a large variety of stalls and activities and pets are welcome.
For kids there is a speecial play area with pony rides, a little castle, a photo booth, balls, dolls, a rocking horse and balloons. Swimming is allowed when there is a lifeguard on duty.
For foodies, eat-treats are home made ice-cream, olives, honey, double yolk eggs, lassi, vegan and vegetarian food, Indian samoosas and curries, bacon and egg stall, a Boerewors stall, stalls with spices and sauces, a bottomless-cup tea stall, a cake stall with koeksisters, fruit cakes, cupcakes and home made ginger beer, and a coffee barista.
The food stalls vary week to week, and sometimes there are stalls selling pancakes, popcorn, Indonesian and Thai foos and even Turkish food.,
For collectors of books, trasures and junk – there are charity rummage stalls to delight you. The Animal Anti Cruelty and Feral Cats and SPCA all ahve a vast and changing variety of previously loved items for sale.
For fashionistas there is crafted home made clothing and vintage clothing, home made and vintage jewellery stalls, beadwork stalls and a large saree stall which also sells sarongs, scarves and kaftans.
For the esoteric, there is a tarot reader who sells crystalls, dream catchers, hair braids and esocteric books and pet rocks.
For the self indulgent – there is a stall with hand made soaps, lotions and potions and a scw ted candles stall and also a reflexology stall.
There are also free stalls to promote local craftsman and craftswoman who do beadwork, woodwork and wirework. THe crafters will be happy to show you how they make the items that they sell.
Another free stall is the Yenzanathi Community Project, which sells the vegetables that they grow.
There is plenty of seating on the terraces, nder the trees where you can eat, drink and be merry or simply relax and watch the passing show.
Our liquor licence is still pending but you are welcome to BYP.
The Bothas Hill Market is just 35min West of Durban on the M13 highway… Just up the road from Hillcrest, west on the M13.
Visit us soon….
Whether you prefer to wander around solo or with family… you will find hours of enjoyment at this Bothas Hill Food and Craft Market.
If in doubt about the weather or if you need directions or if you would like to enquire about having a stall at the Bothas Hill Market, please contact Natalie on 0835643335.
Old Main Road
Pinetown, KwaZulu Natal