About Fralande Lodge
Fralande Lodge in Waverley overlooks a beautiful garden where one can find peace and tranquility. We have our guests’ best interest at heart, and staying with us will surely make you feel at home. The emphasis is on total relaxation and silver service in this comfortable setting.Our establishment has two tastefully decorated units planned around guest’s comfort. Both units have stair access and are equipped with air-conditioning (additional cost) and also have TV’s with full DStv channels. Each unit has panoramic views of the garden and mountain. The kitchens are fully equipped with three-plate stoves and ovens, microwaves and fridge-freezers. All kitchen utensils are provided. Transfers to and from the airport can also be arranged. These self-catering units are ideal for a family getaway to Pretoria or the business person that seeks complete privacy.
Stay between 15 Apr 2018 and 30 Apr 2018 and get 10% off. Valid every Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Sun. .
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