About Hornbill Lodge
Hornbill Lodge and Legends, Magaliesburg Hornbill Lodge offers luxury accommodation in the Riverine Forest on the banks of the Magalies River, in Magaliesburg, South Africa. An ideal location for those needing to be close to the cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria or the “Lost City”, but away from the crowds.
The architect-designed Guest Lodge offers superb accommodation in peaceful surroundings - the luxury of the city and the best of the country.
The Magalies River flows strongly all year round attracting a large variety of birds, butterflies and river creatures. The resident Leguaan takes a sun bathe on the rocks in the river.
Activities include bird-watching, swimming, walking along, or just relaxing on the river banks. Golf driving range, horse-riding, tennis, squash, hot air ballooning all nearby.
We offer a kiddies pool and a large swimming pool, our rolling lawns meet the river front in perfect harmony. For the keen fisherman we offer catch and release facilities, most of the fish are Trophy size.
The lodge consists of six rooms and a lounge. All units are fully furnished. There are approximately 180 different bird species, and some smaller game.
We cater for leisure guests, weddings, small conferences, birthday parties and another reason you have to celebrate.
Spa: We offer spa treatments on site
Wedding Venues: Garden weddings
Conference Venues: Ideal for small conferences up to 20 people and Teambuilding events
Family friendly: We family orientated and managed
Please note, your reservation is only guaranteed once a 50% deposit has been paid. Upon arrival, the full amount of your stay is payable upfront.
Stay between 31 May 2021 and 30 Jun 2021 and get 50% off on selected rooms.
- 1 night min stay (check-in between 31 May 2021 and 30 Jun 2021)
Stay between 01 Jul 2021 and 31 Jul 2021 and get 40% off on selected rooms.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Jul 2021 and 31 Jul 2021)
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