About Loerie Guest Lodge
Centrally located in the picturesque town of George, Loerie Guest Lodge provides comfortable and luxurious accommodation to pamper the most discerning traveller or conference delegate.
Its unique position allows travellers the freedom to experience the renowned local attractions including breathtaking vistas of the Indian Ocean and the Outeniqua Mountains.
Being a modern, fully equipped conference facility in a beautiful setting, Loerie Guest Lodge is the ideal location for seminars and workshops.
We pride ourselves in the quality of our facilities, the standard of our friendly service and our competitive bed and breakfast rates which are well within the Living Out Allowance for accommodation with a three star rating.
Loerie Guest Lodge boasts an attractive, modern and superbly appointed conference facility. Seating up to 30 delegates in various configurations, the facility can be utilised for a variety of functions.
Please note our reception closes at 21h00 at night, so late arrivals must please contact us to make the necessary arrangements.
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4.5 out of 5 stars
It was fantastic. I would go back and refer it to my peers.
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