About Blue Whale Lodge
Blue Whale Lodge is very centrally located near the Point in Mossel Bay, within easy walking distance of the beach, shops, restaurants and all the entertainment Mossel Bay has to offer.
The Blue Whale is a majestic, gentle, relaxed and friendly creature of the ocean; these are the trades Blue Whale Lodge offers to all guests. Enjoy a comfortable stay in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in this historical Victorian-style house built in 1860, lovingly restored to its former wonder.
We offer five comfortable double rooms, all of which are en-suite except one that has a private bathroom. We offer two self-catering family units with their own bathrooms as well. There is safe parking available as well as a swimming pool and braai/barbecue facilities for guests to use.
There are several wine tasting estates in the area and a couple of private game farms for guests to explore.
Blue Whale Lodge Rooms
Reviews for Blue Whale Lodge4 guest reviews Reviews of
2 out of 5 stars
Our stay was not comfortable. The self-catering unit was dirty and bedding old and didn't smell nice. The place needs to be fummugated, towels and bedding needs to be replaced with clean and new ones. We will not stay there again. Please replace the photos and information on the internet,because the place is not comfortable as described on the internet.
Sort out the noisy ceiling fan in the main bedroom in the upstairs apartment.The place do need some cleaning and some maintenance is highly recommended.
We enjoyed our night in Mossel Bay in this beautiful historic building and a very good breakfast too! Extremely friendly hosts. The outside room we stayed in was not ideal (can't comment on the rooms in the main building) but we were after all a last-minute booking in high season.
The guesthouse is clean and tidy. Some renovation could be done. The beds and breakfast were good.
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