About Kameelboom Lodge
Kameelboom Lodge is a gaming lodge popular as a stop-over point for guests on their way to the Kalahari Desert. The lodge is situated 5 km from Vryburg, on the road to Kuruman, and comprises 18 double or twin air-conditioned rooms, each with air-conditioning, TV, and an en-suite bathroom. We also offer a large family room as well as five more affordable rooms with full facilities including TV, a kettle, bathroom, and barbecue facilities.
In addition, we offer 20 caravan and five tented campsites with electrical points, ablution facilities, a restaurant, and bar. A selection of shady, part shade or sunny sites are available and the ablution facilities are modern and hygienically clean, with an abundance of hot water. There is also a large, well maintained scullery with laundry facilities for guests' convenience.
We offer healthy breakfasts served in the dining room that will last you the whole day, or enjoy lovely dinners in the dining room from the set menu or decide on any of the mouth-watering dishes from the a la carte menu. Enjoy tea-time on the shady verandahs during the day with tea or coffee and a slice of our delicious cake of the day. A fully equipped bar area with DStv caters for the whole family and guests are more than welcome to make use of the barbecue facilities in the beautiful garden.
Our large swimming pool invites guests to cool off during warm summer days or indulge in a spot of bird watching - guinea fowl, pheasants, peacocks, and doves freely walk about the luscious gardens. For the more energetic visitor, Kameelboom Lodge offers walking and hiking routes as well as game drives to view groups of White rhino and other wild animals.
Enjoy watching game drinking at waterholes as well as extravagant sunsets from the comfort of your verandah. We also offer a venue for conferences, year-end functions and weddings, accommodating up to 80 guests.
Safari: Game drives are available at Kameelboom Lodge.
Kameelboom Lodge Rooms
Reviews for Kameelboom Lodge13 guest reviews Reviews of
3 out of 5 stars
The place is nice but customer service is poor. They dont take care of all the nice facilities they have.I would recommend people to go there being able to party till midnight is a bonus.
Nice comfortable lodge with warm atmosphere
Kameeldoring Lodge. Interesting place with a Camel thorn tree growing through the roof. Our first stop over was not much but OK for a night. Poor food.Our second stop over was in desperation as we were late and to be fair we did not book beforehand. The family room my wife and stayed in was shocking and if I was a building inspector I would condemn it and the food was poor. Not worth the money.
The caravan site was very nice but it is too close to the road so we never slept with all the traffic going passed. We booked for supper at the restaurant for 7 pm and were only seated at 7.45 after much moaning and had to eat off a" floor mat" on the table.The only red wine they had should only be sold in a shabeen. The stew was mainly bone and jelly like pieces real cheap cut. Will not be returning very disappointing.
We spent our last night in SA in Kamelboom Lodge and we really loved it! Room and garden were beautiful. Room was very clean. Lots of Butterflies in garden and there was feeders for them. Shabby chic decorations all over were fun and beautiful. Two dogs, cat and emu were lovely to us. :-) Even we were the only guest at that night, we got delicious dinner in candle light and good breakfast next morning. Really nice staff! We slept quite well, even the place is near to a N14 and you can here trucks etc. Definitely we`ll be back!
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