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About Botany Bay Lodge

Botany Bay Lodge offers friendly, relaxed accommodation with an afro-colonial setting, situated right next to the famous Botanical Gardens in Durban's lush suburb Berea, not far from shopping centres, cinemas, good restaurants and takeaways.

Our lodge has en-suite bedrooms with fans and air-conditioners for those balmy Durban evenings, and TVs. We also offer safe off-street parking, a pool bar, a laundry and maid service and a fully fitted communal kitchen and braai area for your self-catering requirements.

We now have free Wi-Fi and there are telephone and fax facilities on request. Plus an Internet café nearby, a reading lounge, a sound system and lots of information available for tours, safaris, activities, car hire and more. See you soon.

Facilities

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wi-Fi

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Zulu (isiZulu)
  • Xhosa (isiXhosa)
  • Afrikaans

Grading

  • 3 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
* Please enquire for further details.

Botany Bay Lodge Rooms

ON REQUEST
Thursday 11th September
  • Per Person Sharing:
  • R450
  • Per Person:
  • R600
  • Per Unit:
  • R1350
  • Minimum Stay:
  • 2 Nights
 
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This is a large double room with an en-suite bathroom.
Bathroom Facilities En-suite Other Air-Conditioning, Fan TV Television
 
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Bathroom Facilities En-suite Other Air-Conditioning, Fan TV Television
 
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Room 3>X 1
Includes: Breakfast
This is a family room with an en-suite bathroom.
Bathroom Facilities En-suite Other Air-Conditioning, Fan TV Television
 
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This is a double en-suite room.
Bathroom Facilities En-suite Other Air-Conditioning, Fan TV Television
 
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Reviews for Botany Bay Lodge

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ellenor bodenstein, South Africa
23 June 2014

It was a lovely place and the breakfast was yummy! It was homely BUT the location is a bit dangerous and parking space was small.

Rob Brown, South Africa
11 January 2014

Lovely home feeling. Comfortable and relaxed. I would certainly stay again.

Thando Seemisi, South Africa
23 December 2013

It's a nice and warm guest house but maybe the owner would think of proper cleaning of the bar area outside. It was filthy hence me and my family could not utilise it.

Jens Horber, South Africa
08 July 2013

We enjoyed our stay and the house is a nice old wooden floored beauty in a great central location close to downtown and opposite the Botanical Gardens. Stacy welcomed us very nicely and Lilly the caretaker made us tasty breakfast each morning and was very friendly. Only problem was the noise. Our room was only a thin wooden door away from the main breakfast dining room and we were woken up very early every day by the preparation and eating of breakfast. Also, the dogs barked and whined at all hours.

Nitin Bhagnari, South Africa
27 December 2012

I stayed here for 3 nights. Overall, the stay was comfortable, but it's the service that is missing big time. I felt like I was more in a self catering lodge, rather than a bed and breakfast place - for example, no staff was available when I arrived, rather I received instructions on phone on how to get to my room. On all days, I felt as if I was served breakfast more as an obligation - I had to ask for extra toast, coffee, etc. Eventually, I got what I wanted, but got this un-welcome feeling at all times.

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