About Ingrid's Lodge
Ingrid's Lodge is just five minutes’ drive from Bulawayo and all its shopping centres, museums and tourist attractions. We are nestled in the leafy suburban area of Burnside. You'll feel a million miles away from the city.
The guest house is made up of Mediterranean-style chalets with sloping tile roofs and elegant archways that offer complete privacy and peace to guests. Each chalet has a spacious bedroom and its own entrance, with an en-suite bathroom. Ingrid's hospitality and personal service will leave you in no doubt that this is a sought-after bed and breakfast.
Around the chalets, the lush garden is immaculately maintained and features a beautiful swimming pool perfect for relaxing and sunbathing on a hot summer day in Bulawayo.
Ingrid's Lodge Rooms
Reviews for Ingrid's Lodge8 guest reviews Reviews of
5 out of 5 stars
Ingrid is such a character and immediately made us feel welcome. The accommodation was comfortable and spotlessly clean, the gardens lovely. The lodge is well located in a quiet suburb close to town, shops and restaurants. We would be happy to return.
Best choice we made for our family. Excellent rooms and top class service. I would definitely recommend Ingrid's Lodge. This was the best part of our holiday - thank you so much Ingrid.
Our stay at Ingrid's was really fabulous. The rooms were super and our hostess Ingrid was so friendly and could not do enough for us. I would recommend her Lodge to anyone wanting a great stay in Bulawayo.
We had a great stay with Ingrid on our road trip through Zimbabwe. The accommodation was perfect for our needs, and we had an excellent breakfast.
We - 2 grandparents, 2 parents and 3 little boys had a lovely stay at Ingrid's Lodge. She was SO kind and welcoming (particularly liked the free beer and cold drinks in the fridge after a long hot drive from Kariba. Her accommodation is spotless and we'll definitely stay there again should we need to sleep in Bulawayo again. Thank you, Ingrid.
Ingrid's Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling