We spent a night at Lituba Lodge and had a great time. The reception, music (rock from the fifties to date), the meals, the peace and quiet. It was awesome. We will definitely visit again. Mr Smith, thank you! Keep up the good work.
Selby Simelane, Swaziland
24 September 2014
Interesting place, previous nights party bottles scattered everywhere, poor food, beds sucked and dogs barked till early morning hours, toilet hardly flushed, bar music went on till early morning. Nit my cup of tea, it might be for other peeps.
Sarel , South Africa
20 April 2014
We had a 1 night stop over in Lituba lodge. Accommodation is basic but ok. Price quality is correct. Very friendly staff.
Peter Jaeken, Belgium
02 September 2013
Clean, comfortable, spacious, basic accommodation. Owner friendly and welcoming. Only drawback- plug points did not work and no hot water. Perhaps this was due to electricity supply problems discussed in review 6 June 2013 (although the electric lights were working).
Lee Harwood, South Africa
28 August 2013
No tea and coffee facilities.
TV not working.
Aircon not working.
Water problem in shower.
Plug for bedside lamp not working, had to rearrange bed to get light working.
Staff pleasant and friendly and helpful.
Very clean beds comfortable.
As a lodge in the heart African bush we like so many other Lodges, and indeed Africa in general, sometimes suffer problems with the electricity supply.
Our water is pumped by electricity and we try always to keep our tanks full, but if the electricity is not available for a long period of time the tanks can run low.
We would like to think that this is all part of the appeal and charm of staying in the wilderness, and for most people it is, but for some ‘City Dwellers’ perhaps they are more used to having everything available on demand.
We can only apologise to the guest when this happens and indeed we have taken measures to increase our water tanks so that the Lodge can can last longer whilst the power is out.
We are assured by the Swaziland Electricity Company that they are doing everything in their power to upgrade the quality of their supply, however nowhere in the world can you get the plugs or an aircon unit to work if the electricity is out.
We do not offer tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms but we do have a full a la care restaurant a few metres from the rooms.
Valmai Glaum, South Africa
06 June 2013