About Shandon Lodge
Shandon Lodge is situated in the suburbs of the picturesque town of Nelspruit, overlooking the Crocodile Valley and breathtaking views from our large entertainment balcony. We are proud that many satisfied local and overseas visitors can testify to the fact that comfort, cleanliness, ambience and hospitality are high on our list of priorities.
Our clean rooms all have en-suite bathrooms and their own private entrances for easy access. All rooms have air-conditioning, ceiling fans, tea and coffee-making facilities, biscuits, bar fridges with complimentary bottles of spring water, and hairdryers. Access to the Internet and fax are also available.
Shandon Lodge was selected from hundreds of entries as a finalist in the national AA awards for best B&B on both occasions it was entered.
Check-in 3p.m. - 9 p.m; check-out - by no later than 10a.m. No late check-ins allowed unless by strict approval of the management. Any damages to property will be for the guest or the guest's companys account.
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