About Bentley Lodge
Situated in the seaside suburb of Berea, Bentley Lodge offers affordable yet comfortable accommodation in the coastal town of Durban. It is ideal for business/corporate travelers, school, church or youth groups.
The Lodge has 32 well-appointed guest rooms, of which all have double beds and/or two single beds and en-suite bathrooms, a storage cupboard and a flat screen TV.
There are also four family units which sleep six. These three-bedroom units are fully furnished and equipped with double and single beds as well as fully-fitted kitchens.
Guests can spend their days soaking up the sun at our swimming pool or exploring the scenic area by visiting one of the many nearby beaches, or the uShaka Marine World. Guests can look forward to having a pleasantly memorable stay.
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