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Reviews for Bushmans Gorge Lodge4 guest reviews Reviews of
4.5 out of 5 stars
Beautiful setting! Petra was great, nothing was too much of an effort. Brilliant breakfast. Great place to stay with easy access to the main road and easy to find.
Hosts are young, friendly, very polite and charming - really make you feel at home. No polution,no noise,no busy traffic by cars and too many people very hamorny and peaceful atmosphere The place in rocky ridge, surrounded by nature withh wide variety of antelope, birds and insect species.Definitely we will visit again.
We were warmly welcomed and enjoyed the stay very much. The setting is beautiful, tranquil. Enjoyed the fire place and relaxation in lounge. Will definitely visit again.
Bushman's Gorge is tranquil, tasteful and great for some quiet enjoyment of nature. Hosts are young, friendly, obliging and engaging - really make you feel at home. Will visit again.
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