Reilly's Rock, formally the home of Mickey Reilly, one of Swaziland’s earliest settlers and a highly entrepreneurial man, has remained in the family and has recently been transformed into a unique hilltop lodge tastefully decorated in keeping with its colonial roots by Swaziland’s leading conservation team, Ted and Liz Reilly. Notwithstanding the necessary subtle additions and renovations, the house still stands as it was built almost a century ago. Reilly’s Rock is steeped in intriguing history, the main building was built of stone in exchange for an ox-wagon in the early 1900’s, encompassing Swaziland, conservation in the Kingdom and the Reilly family.
The original house has three bedrooms, all accessible form the veranda. Two of these rooms have double beds and their own private bathroom across the veranda, while the third room, Reilly's Room, is complete with fireplace and en suite bathroom. The fourth en suite room is a converted office. Separate from the house is the cottage encircled by a wide veranda comprising of tow En-suite rooms with a communal lounge and fireplace.