About Balmoral Lodge
Balmoral Lodge is a Guest House situated in the heart of Bellville. Bellville rests on the Tygerberg Hills, and has views spanning across the Cape wine region. We offer standard, deluxe and superior accommodation to please everyone’s taste and pocket. We invite corporate, leisure and family travellers to use Balmoral Lodge as your base, while attending to business or exploring this unique area.We are only a few minutes away from Tygervalley Shopping Centre, Sanlam Centre, Canal Walk, Restaurants and The Velodrome where concerts, exhibitions, indoor cycling, conferences, and such events are hosted. We are also around the corner from Grandwest Casino and the Cape Town International Airport.We here at, Balmoral Lodge, are committed to enhance your visit to our beautiful city by making your stay with us as convenient, comfortable and friendly as possible. We offer true South African hospitality and are sure you will take fond memories of the Cape and its people back home.Balmoral Lodge assures you of guarenteed, comfort and quality accommodation at reasonable rates for business people, tourist and holiday makers in homely ensuite bedrooms with its own private outside door that leads onto our garden. Balmoral Lodge has been elegantly furnished with contemporary pieces, and each room is classically decorated from the walls to the linen to the fittings. We have truly splendid accommodation, with friendly staff that will go above and beyond to ensure your stay is every bit as fabulous as you would expect from any luxury and professional Guest House. We can accommodate up to 100 people.We have 6 charming room types to choose from and there is definitely something to suit your needs. Each room has access to the garden or balcony, and our grounds are lovingly manicured.
Conference Venues: Our Conference facility can accommodate between 10-40 delegates, depending on your seating preference.
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