About Daisy Country Lodge
With magnificent views overlooking the Koppies and Valleys, Daisy Country Lodge is truly an oasis in this semi desert area. Namaqualand is known for its spring flowers, rare succulents, unique indigenous plants, rich history, hospitality, unreal rock formations and the Richtersveld. We are only one hours drive from the Namibian border and nearly half way between Cape Town, RSA and Windhoek, Namibia. With lots to do and see at Daisy, Springbok and the surrounding areas, this is a destination worth visiting over a few days. Bring the kids for a relaxing break in a farm style environment, where you can take walks in the surrounding Koppies, cycle, ride horses or run freely in the valleys. After a day full of fun and adventure, you can relax at our pool or just enjoy the brilliant stars and fresh unpolluted air. This picturesque establishment is wheelchair friendly.
Stay between 01 Aug 2018 and 31 Aug 2018 and get 25% off. Includes extras to the value of R200 for free..
- Valid for 2 guests or more
- 1 night min stay (check-in between 01 Aug 2018 and 31 Aug 2018)
- A minimum booking amount of R1800 is required.
- Book before 30 Aug 2018 to receive this special.
Check-in time is between 14h00 and 20h00 and checkout time is 10h00 except on prior arrangement.
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Daisy Country Lodge Map
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