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About EBAT Guest Lodge

EBAT Guest Lodge is a strategic and convenient out-of-town country-side resort, within the City of Francistown limits. The lodge is located in Tati Siding, a merely 10 minutes’ drive from the city centre and is ideally accessible to travelers from Namibia, Republic of South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. EBAT’s layout is excellent for retreats, training purposes and special functions. EBAT is also suitable for camping and outdoor recreational activities, as well as end of year corporate functions. Access to EBAT is through an all-weather tarmac road.

EBAT is along the Cape to Cairo Botswana A1 Road linking South Africa and the North. The lodge offers a strategic and logical transit stop-over. Due to its convenience; companies from neighboring countries, doing work within the Greater Francistown Area have always made EBAT Guest Lodge their destination.

With its ever increasing 18 number of guest rooms, EBAT Guest Lodge is a 24-hour secure accommodation facility with camping amenities, dining and refreshment services. There are executive and distinguished guest rooms for VIPs. The Buffalo Spot serves as a drinking hole. An exclusive, executive and corporate five bedroom guesthouse on Plot 5519, right in the city, adds to the number of beds that EBAT Guest Lodge has.

The Heritage Restaurant provides tasty meals, while the Meeting Place has capacity for 70-seated conferencing people. Half a day trips are taken to Shashe Dam and the neighbouring Tachila Nature Reserve. Travelers, tourist, and guests may be treated to cultural performances and traditional cuisine.

In addition to affordable and decent accommodation, services offered by EBAT includes wireless internet/Wi-Fi access and DStv, ample grounds and secure private parking spaces, airport and city shuttle service, laundry service, quality customized and personalized service, special functions, cultural gatherings, and community interaction. For your enjoyment, the executive guest rooms have mini fridges, LCD/plasma screens and extra amenities.

Conference Venues: The establishment also offers meeting and conference facilities for travelling businessmen.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 15 hours
  • Type: Lodge
  • Sleeps: 42
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 5 Reviews

Facilities

  • Wi-Fi

Languages Spoken

  • English

Availability and pricing

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  • Standard Rooms Sleeps 2 Includes: B & B Rooms / Units: 7 Rooms offer standard furniture and all the basics found within a typical hotel room. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms... see more Features:  Twin beds, Double beds, En-suite, Air-Conditioning
    from R661 Room rate
    • Rooms Adults
      • Executive Rooms Sleeps 2 Includes: B & B Rooms / Units: 7 En-suite rooms with added amenities such as fridges and quality furniture. Features:  Twin beds, Double beds, En-suite, Air-Conditioning, Bar Fridge
        from R842 Room rate
        • Rooms Adults
          • Executive Suites Sleeps 2 Includes: B & B Rooms / Units: 7 Rooms come with added furniture and amenities, as well as plasma screen TVs. Features:  Twin beds, Double beds, En-suite, Air-Conditioning, Satellite TV, Bar Fridge
            from R998 Room rate
            • Rooms Adults

              Reviews for EBAT Guest Lodge

              5 guest reviews Reviews of

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              Tebogo Molotsi, South Africa
              19 December 2016

              I slept at EBAT Guest Lodge in Francistown.

              Fred Smit, South Africa
              06 August 2013

              Slept over on a Sunday evening and again on a Friday evening. Rooms, service and food....Great. BUT..someone from senior management should also sleep over there and experience the noise that eminates from a shebeen/tavern close to EBAT. They have NO respect for your business, cause the loud music carries on till well after 12. Management should also realise that the people sleeping over there are pretty tired having travelled from North Botswana and Zambia and don't need music to keep them awake. You are losing business due to someone's total disregard of your business.Establishment's respons...
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              Vera Olivier, South Africa
              26 July 2013

              Four of us stayed there on 14 July 2013. We made use of the standard rooms which was in need of upgrading, but clean. On the 19 July we stayed there again in the upgraded standard rooms, again very clean. Thanks to Connie and the manager Martin for their friendly and helpful reception as well as the super breakfast on both occasions.

              Reinette De Swardt, South Africa
              15 July 2013

              Excellent service, Martin and the team attended to every request immediately, they even spoiled us with a traditional dinner.

              Sampie Kruth, South Africa
              01 April 2013

              A truly nice local experience. All the staff went out of their way to assist where they can to ensure a memorable stay.

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              EBAT Guest Lodge Map

              EBAT Guest Lodge is 2.3km from the centre of Tati Siding , the nearest airport 190km (JM Nkomo International Airport).
              *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

              Things to do in and around Tati Siding

              Domboshaba Heritage Site

              (75.1 km from Tati Siding)

              The Domboshaba Ruins is an Iron Age stonewall site built during the Great Zimbabwe era in 1450AD. During its heyday it functioned as the capital of the Bakalanga tribal state known as Butua. Every October the Kalanga culture is celebrated at...