About Bentley's Country Lodge
Bentley's Country Lodge, is an enchanting rustic getaway nestled in the lush greenery of Akasia, Pretoria. With a 33-year history as a premier conference and wedding venue, our lodge has become the sophisticated choice. Bentley's Country Lodge is the ideal venue for stylish accommodation, conferences, special functions and corporate events. We've got your needs covered. Whether hosting and event of staying for an evening, our friendly and professional staff, are eager to make your experience a comfortable and memorable one.
We combine true South African hospitality with superb multi-purpose venues. Ample parking with 24-hour security is also offered. Our 36 luxurious thatch-roof hotel rooms open up onto lush gardens filled with bird song and sunshine. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, multi channelled TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Spend your free time relaxing in the garden, unwinding on the patio, lounging by the pool or sharing a drink in the bar.
Bentley's Restaurant offers the following: daily breakfast, A' la Carte menu, seven days a week for lunch and dinner. The Sunday buffet lunch is an all-time favourite. Ubuntu bar is also open seven days a week with big-screen TV's for all important sporting events and live entertainment on scheduled Friday evenings.
We offer a safe environment only 13 km from Pretoria Centre and 50km from O.R. Tambo International Airport.
Wedding Venues: We have different venues for functions and weddings to cater for your special needs, as well as a variety of menus to suit all tastes.
Conference Venues: Multi-purpose banqueting venues are available for conferences.
Stay between 01 Sep 2019 and 31 Jan 2020 and get 10% off.
- 1 night min stay (check-in between 01 Sep 2019 and 31 Jan 2020)
Stay between 01 Sep 2019 and 31 Jan 2020 and get 12% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Sep 2019 and 31 Jan 2020)
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