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Brookside Lodge

15 Reviews
Sleeps 58 in 17 rooms

Brookside Lodge is an ideal destination or stop-over to explore Swaziland's many tourist attractions. We offer self-catering as well as bed...
Brookside Lodge is an ideal destination or stop-over to explore Swaziland's many tourist attractions. We offer self-catering as well as bed and breakfast accommodation. We also have a restaurant which offers an a la carte menu, with breakfast, lunch and dinner on request.

Children are welcome and will have a lot of fun in their own kiddies pool, playground, and farmyard with rabbits, chickens, guinea fowls, turkeys, geese, ducks, and peacocks.

Facilities include miniature golf, a swimming pool, barbecue facilities, 24 hour security, in-house laundry, daily cleaning service, air-conditioning, fans, and DStv. Conference, wedding, and business meetings as well as family functions are all possible at Brookside Lodge.

In addition, spa treatments, tours, and airport transfers can be arranged at reception.
from R500
Lisango Lezulu (meaning Heaven’s Gate) Lodge is a beautiful self-catering lodge located on the...
Lisango Lezulu (meaning Heaven’s Gate) Lodge is a beautiful self-catering lodge located on the slopes of the Lebombo Mountains in the Big 5 designated area of the Royal Jozini Big 6 Reserve. This pristine game reserve is in Swaziland, close to the South African border where Lake Jozini spreads northwards, is an ideal bush breaks getaway, where you can also book a tiger fishing charter (or game viewing from the boat).

Lisango Lezulu has breathtaking views over the valley and to the Jozini Lake in the distance. The main lodge has a large covered patio leading to the pool, viewing deck and braai area.

The lodge offers accommodation in separate bedroom cottages, each sleeping two guests. The bedrooms are all placed for different views; whether it is looking at the mountain range, to the nearby ravine, or down the face of the mountains. The cottages enjoy a cool breeze in summer on the mountainside and each unit is a spacious, separate retreat, built around the boma area.

Designed in the style of farm homesteads at the turn of the last century, with balconies to shelter from the sunshine, the main living area features a modern open-plan kitchen with a dining area, lounge with 3D TV and DSTV, and a covered patio with expansive views to the water. There is also a walk-in pantry, separate scullery and a guest cloakroom.

Go back in time to when life was less rushed, less pressured, and take a peek at heaven
from R5600

Royal Jozini Sweet Thorn Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Sweet Thorn Lodge is a family bush home with stunning views of Lake Jozini from the patios and also...
Sweet Thorn Lodge is a family bush home with stunning views of Lake Jozini from the patios and also of the Lebombo Mountains. This lodge is set back 400 m from the lake, in the bush on a slight rise.

The lodge can accommodate up to eight adults and comprises three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area. The main bedroom contains a king-size bed and an en suite, and also features an annex with a single bed and a cot. The second bedroom contains twin single beds, and also features an en suite bathroom. The third bedroom contain twin single beds. In addition, there is a mezzanine level with twin single beds. The third bedroom and the mezzanine room share the third bathroom.

The kitchen is well equipped for self-catering. The comfortable lounge area features a TV to play DVDs, and leads out to a balcony with beautiful views. There is solar lighting and gas for hot water and cooking in this eco-lodge, as well as a boma area.
from R2950
Royal Jozini Bushwillow Lodge is a four-bedroom bush lodge located on a slight rise set back from...
Royal Jozini Bushwillow Lodge is a four-bedroom bush lodge located on a slight rise set back from the water, with magnificent mountain and lake views.

With solar and gas, this eco-friendly home has been thoughtfully equipped for guests' comfort and offers a quiet retreat for rest and restoration, while being close enough to the water for boating and fishing enthusiasts to have the thrill of game spotting from the lake, and fighting the tiger fish.

Set in the nature reserve section of Royal Jozini, this lodge has a queen and a twin bedroom, both en suite, in the main lodge building, and a separate building with a further two en-suite twin rooms. Each bedroom has its own deck.

A covered patio leading from the living room and open-plan kitchen leads to a rim flow pool for magnificent sunset views over the lake.
from R4930

Reilly's Rock Hilltop Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Reilly’s Rock Hilltop Lodge is located within Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, Swaziland’s pioneer...
Reilly’s Rock Hilltop Lodge is located within Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, Swaziland’s pioneer conservation area. This beautiful, secluded sanctuary is situated in Swaziland’s Valley of Heaven, the Ezulwini Valley, in between Mbabane and Manzini. With 24-hour access to the sanctuary, guests are free to enjoy the neighbouring tourist hubs of Ezulwini and Malkerns, with their many unique attractions and craft shops. From the western boundary, the huge Usutu Forest provides a dramatic backdrop stretching into the distant hills.

Reilly's Rock Hilltop Lodge is a small, personal, quietly Colonial guest house on the sanctuary, amid botanical gardens and teeming with birdlife. The lodge is offered on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, and there are six en-suite rooms in total - five of which are double rooms and the other a twin room.

Allow your senses to take in the refreshing surroundings on horseback, mountain bikes, open Land Rover tours and foot trails, and enjoy the abundant wildlife seen on the plains. The rich birdlife, including the only known protected nesting Black eagle in Swaziland commonly known as Machobane trail, is a special part of outdoor activity on Mlilwane.
from R2010
At the end of their quiet bush road, Ekuthuleni Lodge is positioned in the Royal Jozini Nature...
At the end of their quiet bush road, Ekuthuleni Lodge is positioned in the Royal Jozini Nature Reserve taking full advantage of their magnificent views of the Lebombo Mountains. The lodge is set in an area of bush favoured by Royal Jozini's family of giraffe who can often be seen browsing nearby. Ekuthuleni means ‘Place of Peace’ and this will certainly prove to be a bush home of utter tranquillity and rest.

This bush lodge can accommodate up to eight guests in four totally separate bedroom buildings, each room facing a different aspect of the mountains. The bedrooms all have an outdoor shower, screened for the shy, and an indoor bath en suite. Each room is positioned to take advantage of the cooling breeze that comes down the mountainside. Wake each morning as the sun rises over the mountain tops to bathe the reserve in sunshine.

The main lodge area comprises an open-plan living room and kitchen, with a covered patio deck. There are fans throughout. Power is by generator and gas and a housekeeper will come in daily to make beds, clean and wash up. There is a boma area set under a flat-top acacia tree where you can light a fire and chat with friends, and if you don't feel like cooking, then book a dinner at Kujabula Lodge.
from R1875

Mkhaya Game Reserve

7 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 6 rooms

In the southeast of Swaziland, the heart of the Lowveld lies an unspoilt wilderness, haven to endangered species who roam the magnificent...
In the southeast of Swaziland, the heart of the Lowveld lies an unspoilt wilderness, haven to endangered species who roam the magnificent African bush. For the animals that once roamed wild and free, uninhibited by fences and boundaries, they faced and still face an uncertain future with man’s compulsion toward maximum yield, poaching and lack of ignorance toward nature conservation and protection of our natural heritage. The once abundant animals that could be seen for miles around were, and some still are, close to extinction. It became clear to the Reilly Family, Swaziland’s foremost nature conservationists, which these animals needed a place of refuge, and tranquility and the absence of menacing man and his gun, and Mkhaya was the perfect place.

Laid out along the banks of a dry riverbed, is Stone Camp where the vegetation comprises of tall fig, leadwood, sausage and knobthorn trees, with a lush under-canopy giving it a year-round subtropical appearance. Bird life in the camp is a special feature with many species of robin, purple-crested lourie, narina trogan and pink-throated twinspots among the special treats. Smaller game such as warthog visits the camp whilst the big game, such as elephant, is kept at bay outside the camp by a three-strand electric cordon.

The camp is comfortable, quiet and relaxing and a welcome retreat after a day out in the burning sun. The camp is known as Stone Camp due to the dolerite rocks used in the construction of the semi-open stone and thatch cottages. This unique style accommodation in its primeval setting offers visitors the opportunity of really getting back to nature. All twelve units are laid out individually in the riverine forest overlooking the dry riverbed, linked by central and branch pathways surfaced with river sand and lit at night by paraffin lanterns as the camp has no electricity. Each unit is very private due to the thick vegetation, though some units are close enough together for use as an extended family unit. The entire internal structure of these cottages, although veilded for privacy, is open to the external bush, which gives visitors a unique, true bush experience.

As a refuge of endangered species with an intensive breeding project for re-establishing scare species in Swaziland, Mkhaya offers superb photographic opportunities to game enthusiasts. Mkhaya currently supports four of the Big five with Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant and black and white Rhino being present on the reserve. Mkhaya provides tourist with probably their best chance of seeing Black Rhino in the wild in Africa today. Please note no children under 10 years allowed.
from R4320

Maguga Lodge

41 Reviews
Sleeps 66 in 12 rooms

You’ll find Maguga Lodge in the heart of the Hhohho region in Swaziland and is ideally situated for proximity to the Kruger National Park...
You’ll find Maguga Lodge in the heart of the Hhohho region in Swaziland and is ideally situated for proximity to the Kruger National Park as well as Mpumalanga Province and Mozambique. Overlooking the shimmering waters of Maguga Dam, the lodge offers the discerning traveler a tranquil retreat.

On offer is stunning accommodation; restaurant and bar; conferencing facilities; weddings and functions venue. Maguga Lodge is fresh, fun. It is the ideal destination to unwind and recapture that sense of calmness which is often lost in our day to day hustle and bustle.

For the adventure seekers, neighbouring Enkhaba Adventures offers the following activities: quad-biking; para-gliding; hiking; abseiling and canoeing. And for those who are not predisposed to adrenaline pumping through their veins; the bird life is rich and varied. Be on the looking for the Fish Eagle as well as Swallows.

Maguga Lodge is the ideal stop-over to exploring Northern Swaziland. The acclaimed Ngwenya Glass factory is within 30 minutes drive. The Peak Fine Craft Centre in Piggs Peak offers wares from Likhweti Kraft; Coral Stephens Hand Weaving; and Tinsaba Crafts. All products are the result of various community based projects aimed at empowering the local women. Maguga Lodge is people about people and truly invites you to stay a while.

We also offer the Shosholoza Boat Cruise for 1 hour at a price of R100 pp.
from R270

Valley View Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 7 rooms

Truly a home away from home, for both holiday makers and business travellers. The units at the Valley View Lodge offer both comfort and...
Truly a home away from home, for both holiday makers and business travellers. The units at the Valley View Lodge offer both comfort and style for overnight bed and breakfast accommodation and self-catering facilities.

Valley View Lodge is conveniently located at extension nine, a friendly and lively, up-market suburb of Manzini, 3km from the center of town.

We offer superb accommodation in double rooms and conference and functional venues. The Lodge offers a braai facility, restaurant area, terrace, deck and bar; all for the exclusive use of our guests.
from R600

Lituba Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 45 in 9 rooms

Lituba Lodge is set in a beautiful and tranquil rural setting where it nestles beneath the shadows of Lubombo Mountains, just off the main...
Lituba Lodge is set in a beautiful and tranquil rural setting where it nestles beneath the shadows of Lubombo Mountains, just off the main road between Big Bend and Siteki. The lodge is located 25 minutes’ drive from the new Sikhuphe International Airport and is on the main route from Durban and Kwazulu-Natal to the world-famous Kruger National Park and Mozambique.

Accommodation comprises nine Rondavels - the traditional type of accommodation that the Swazi nation used to build. The Rondavels are basic but well-appointed and some include two twin beds others are suited for a family or group of up to five, and have a double bed with a single bunk bed above and twin beds. Each Rondavel has an en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning.

The Lodge is close to two good game reserves, Mkhaya and Hlane Royal Game Reserve, approximately 35 minutes’ drive from the Lodge. Enquire for further information. Both Kruger National Park and Maputo are about one and a half hours drive from the lodge.
from R560

Mhlume Country Club and Lodge

4 Reviews
Sleeps 45 in 17 rooms

Mhlume Country Club is situated close to Simunye in Swaziland. This tranquil place is perfect for...
Mhlume Country Club is situated close to Simunye in Swaziland. This tranquil place is perfect for relaxing or playing a game of cricket or soccer.

Located amid luscious green lawns, the charming en-suite units with their crisp linen, en-suite bathrooms and separate entrances offer you all the comforts your heart desires. Add this to the outstanding cuisine offered at our in-house restaurant and you have unbeatable accommodation.

Mhlume Country Club offers the ideal weekend away for families, business representatives and travelers en-route to Mozambique who need overnight accommodation close to the Mozambique border post of Lomahasha and Namaacha.

Mhlume Country Club offers a variety of accommodation, including a conference and wedding venue, a beautiful restaurant, a bar and a range of activities to keep you entertained during your stay with us.
from R720

Royal Jozini Kujabula Lodge

Sleeps 10 in 4 rooms

Royal Jozini Big six private reserve is situated just across the South African border in Swaziland,...
Royal Jozini Big six private reserve is situated just across the South African border in Swaziland, where Lake Jozini spreads northwards at the foot of the Lebombo Mountains. An ideal retreat for a bush break or for tiger fishing, Royal Jozini’s Kujabula Lodge is situated on the waterfront with its own marina.

Guests can enjoy a drink on the deck and watch the sun set over the water while listening to the hippos calling and enjoying the ambience of the water's edge.

The lodge can accommodate up to 10 guests in total and accommodation is offered in separate log chalets, luxuriously and spaciously designed for guests' enjoyment. Each chalet also has its own balcony where guests can relax and read a book or watch the bird life. Each bedroom has tea and coffee and a bar fridge. The main lodge offers a lovely deck area with picnic benches and a pool, and there is an air-conditioned gymnasium for guests if they wish to keep fit. Other activities include tiger fishing and game-viewing excursions on Kujabula’s own eight-seater hippo proof boat.

Rates are on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
from R1990

Emafini Country Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 36 in 15 rooms

Emafini country lodge with spectacular views looks over the grand Ezulwini Valley. Set within a lush gardens and forest. The peaceful...
Emafini country lodge with spectacular views looks over the grand Ezulwini Valley. Set within a lush gardens and forest. The peaceful atmosphere promises to ensure a stress free stay with all your needs met.

Whether using this as a base of opporation in Swaziland, an accommodation stop over during your Swaziland discovery or for your conferencing and team building needs, Emafini Forest Lodge is ideal. There are 15 spacious rooms all with tea and coffee facilities, a TV and Wi-Fi.

Enjoy great birding, walking trails and biking through our forest or just relax by the waterfall. The wireless internet compliments our wonderful conferencing facilities. We are located 5 km from Mbabane on the Manzini - Mbabane Highway making this an ideal location for your springboard to Swaziland.
from R750

Gibela Getaway

14 Reviews
Sleeps 39 in 7 rooms

Gibela Getaway is located just 10 km from Manzini, on 20 hectares of unspoilt land. Situated on a hillside, with the Salugazi River...
Gibela Getaway is located just 10 km from Manzini, on 20 hectares of unspoilt land. Situated on a hillside, with the Salugazi River flowing through, Gibela Getaway offers the perfect setting for a number of outdoor activities and a real African bushveld experience in a safe environment.

Accommodation is available in several self-catering cottages set in a bush environment, affording a relaxing rest from the city buzz. The area is tranquil and scenic, with hiking and birding as one of the main activities. Features also include DStv, daily cleaning services and laundry services, secure parking, barbecue facilities, and a communal swimming pool for guests to enjoy.
from R455

Phophonyane Falls Lodge & Nature Reserve

22 Reviews
Sleeps 35 in 11 rooms

Phophonyane Falls Lodge, Swaziland's own unique hideaway is quietly tucked away in its own 500 ha...
Phophonyane Falls Lodge, Swaziland's own unique hideaway is quietly tucked away in its own 500 ha nature reserve in a place of legendary romance and breathtaking natural surroundings. The Phophonyane River runs through the reserve in a series of waterfalls and cascades with the sound of running water providing an ever present sense of calm at the lodge.

A network of walkways lead one from the accommodation through water gardens which merge with the rivers edge onto a spectacular display of one of the world's oldest rock formations (3.6 billion years). The walking trails network within the reserve takes you through the riverine forest interspersed with viewpoints some of which command a view of the majestic Makhonjwa and Gobolondlo Mountain ranges and the Ntfonjeni valley.

The Phophonyane Nature Reserve is home to small mammals such as red duiker, Cape clawless otter, bush buck and a remarkable 230 bird species including the elusive Narina Trogon, purple crested lourie and the wood owl.

Guests at Phophonyane are guaranteed a high level of privacy and personal service. The 26 bed lodge offers accommodation in safari tents, family cottages, luxury beehives and a honeymoon suite, with some self-catering units. Each unit is individually woven into the lush fabric of tall sub-tropical forest. All meals can be enjoyed at the lodge’s renowned and stylishly furnished restaurant, where healthy home-cooked meals and fine wines are a feature. On cool winter nights, a roaring log fire lulls the senses and warms the heart.

Secluded viewing decks, refreshing natural rock pools, and a stunning hilltop swimming pool with views to the distant horizon are further enticing characteristics. Other facilities include a small library, internet room and TV room with DSTV. Phophonyane has one of the most attractive and best stocked crafts shops in Swaziland.

Our guests always comment on the quality and warmth of our team of friendly Swazi staff.

Attractions:
There are a number of nearby attractions. These are:

-a community hiking trail along the ridge of Gobondlo
Mountain.
-The spectacular Maguga Dam where canoe trips can be
arranged.
-Malolotja Nature Reserve, one of Southern Africa’s
prime mountain areas, with excellent hiking and game
viewing.
-Bushman paintings.
-The ‘gap’, where the Komati River disappears
underground.
-Matsamo Cultural Center and Restaurant.
-Peak Fine Craft and Restaurant.
-Orion Pigg’s Peak Hotel and Casino, which offers a
number of facilities to Phophonyane guests, including
riding facilities, mountain bikes, tennis and squash
and gym.
-Bulembu village, an old mining town set in the
mountains, with hiking trails and guided tours of the
village.
-Mondi Forest Plantations which occurs along the
boundary of the nature reserve and offers excellent
jogging and mountain biking trails.

from R1310

Swazi Village Home Stay

Sleeps 8 in 2 rooms

Swazi Village Home Stay offers an opportunity for travellers to get away from urban life and discover the local culture of the Swazi...
Swazi Village Home Stay offers an opportunity for travellers to get away from urban life and discover the local culture of the Swazi people. Guests can spend the night in the rural village of KaPhunga in Swaziland. This is not just accommodation, but also an experience. Our Home Stay is located right in the middle of the Swazi community about 55 km away from Manzini, our nearest town. This is the village where people are still living a basic, farming lifestyle to sustain themselves.

While you are here you will be living in your own compound rather than with the family; this is to ensure that both the community and the guests have privacy. You will sleep on the floor in a traditional Swazi hut which has been made very comfortable.

When booking at Swazi Village Home Stay, we offer Swazi-style accommodation in traditional Swazi beehive huts on grass mats. We will provide mattresses on request. Guests need to bring their own sleeping bags and warm clothes. You will stay in the village and enjoy Swazi meals prepared by the villagers. Although you will not be eating with the families, there will be some members of the community coming around to have dinner together.

We are busy constructing outside showers overlooking the rocks. The toilet is a pit latrine, a clean hole dug on the ground, and it is not a flushing toilet.

Those who want to can also get themselves involved by helping with the family duties and playing with the kids, depending on the time of the year. There is an opportunity to visit the local families and schools. Guests can bring supplies to help the community and local school-like pencils, books or toys for the children. There are also possibilities for teaching for interested travellers.

The main focus is to introduce visitors to the real people of Swaziland. Here, you will not be introduced to a show as this is the normal way of life and you will be taken behind the scenes to experience and enjoy the rich culture and understand the rural community.

During the stay, guests can enjoy hiking and mountain biking and spectacular views. In the evenings, sit around the fire while listening to stories from the elders.
from R1300

Brackenhill Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Brackenhill Lodge is situated on 400 acres in the hills of Mbabane in a very quiet, tranquil setting with superb views of the surrounding...
Brackenhill Lodge is situated on 400 acres in the hills of Mbabane in a very quiet, tranquil setting with superb views of the surrounding countryside and mountains. The lodge is ideal for travellers and business people alike.

Every morning, guests can enjoy a delicious English or continental breakfast in preparation for the day ahead. Dinner is available on request, with a set three-course menu and catering for vegetarians provided, as well as cheese, biscuits and coffee to finish off.

Accommodation comprises eight en-suite rooms, each with a private verandah, TV, hospitality tray, fridge, mosquito nets, fans, heaters, and complimentary toiletries. Guests also have use of their own dining room.
from R1060

Timbali Lodge

19 Reviews
Sleeps 78 in 30 rooms

Timbali Lodge was founded by the late Pat Forsyth Thompson and his wife, Joy, in 1968. Having spent many years as a prisoner of war in...
Timbali Lodge was founded by the late Pat Forsyth Thompson and his wife, Joy, in 1968. Having spent many years as a prisoner of war in World War II, Pat’s indomitable spirit held fast to the mindset of always finding the good in a difficult situation.

After the war, Pat dedicated his life to serving the Swazi nation which he deeply loved and respected. In addition to undertaking a number of assignments for the late, great King Sobhusa II, he was also instrumental in the creation of Malolotja Nature Reserve and the establishment of the Swaziland National Trust. The creation of the Boma restaurant is dedicated to this remarkable man and the inspiration he brought to those fortunate enough to cross his path.

Our beautifully appointed, spacious accommodation is en-suite and fully serviced, with DStv, minibars, ceiling fans, room service, air conditioning, tea and coffee-making facilities, Internet access, and direct-dial phones. The Executive Suites are equipped with spa baths for that little bit of extra pampering. Additional services offered include room service, babysitting upon prior arrangement, laundry, dry cleaning, and a valet service. Our exceptionally friendly staff would be delighted to assist you with planning your excursions and activities.

Come to Timbali and relax; our pool offers shaded seating areas and a full bar service for those days you just feel like lounging. Both of our comfortable ladies lounges and our well-stocked executive bar are at your disposal for either private conversations or more social gatherings. Our head chef at the Boma Restaurant, Craig Jordaan, and his team cordially invite you to join them for a memorable meal. An outstanding selection of fine wines and world-class cuisine are waiting for you.

Excellent multifunctional facilities are available and fully equipped with overhead projectors, flip charts and data projectors. Our large conference room caters for up to 40 delegates while the more intimate board room accommodates up to 20 delegates.

When it’s time to take a break, we would be delighted to organize your entertainment. Golfing, game tours, trout fishing, white water rafting, caving and other team-building adventures are available.

We are centrally located in the Ezulwini Valley, between the commercial centres of Mbabane and Manzini 1 km north of The Royal Swazi Sun golf course and casino, craft markets and just a short drive from Mlilwane Game Reserve.
from R700

Blue Lagoon Leisure Park

1 Review
Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

Blue Lagoon Leisure Park is located on the farm Thunzini, in a malaria-free area in the Mahosha River Valley, just south of Nhlangano,...
Blue Lagoon Leisure Park is located on the farm Thunzini, in a malaria-free area in the Mahosha River Valley, just south of Nhlangano, Swaziland. The park is the ideal destination for nature lovers and those who enjoy the outdoor life.

Blue Lagoon Leisure Park offers guests a choice of staying in a comfortable Double Room or Chalets located in an indigenous forest, where guests will hear the sound of birds and running water. The Double Rooms are ideal for families and are furnished with comfortable double beds and sleeper couches for children. The bathrooms are en-suite and each room is equipped with a TV with DStv and tea and coffee facilities.

The Chalets are furnished with double beds and en-suite bathrooms. DStv is available and the Chalets overlook the Mahhosha river valley.

Guests can enjoy their meals in the restaurant, but please note that bookings are essential. There are lovely picnic sites and the park has a bar and a small conference facility for up to 50 delegates. Various walking trails can be found in the area and guests can visit the waterfall at the Mahosha River, or just relax next to the rivers or dams and enjoy the views.
from R513

Esthers Lodge

Sleeps 24 in 8 rooms

Esthers Lodge is located in the beautiful Malkerns Valley of Swaziland just 15 km from the traditional capital of Luzidzini. Accommodation...
Esthers Lodge is located in the beautiful Malkerns Valley of Swaziland just 15 km from the traditional capital of Luzidzini. Accommodation is provided in comfortably furnished rooms and chalets ideal for couples, business travellers and families.

The luxury double rooms and family chalets are all equipped with TVs and a small kitchenette. Bedding is provided. A laundry service is available on request and secure parking is provided on the property. There is also Wi-Fi internet in all the rooms.

The Lodge is only 8 km from the popular Milwane game reserve and House on Fire.
from R1100
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