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About iKhaya Lodge

iKhaya Lodge, a unique African style lodge, is located on Dunkley Square in the Gardens, below Table Mountain. Also within walking distance are a variety of restaurants, the National Gallery, Cultural History Museum, Planetarium, the Botanical Gardens and the city centre. The Waterfront and beaches are 10 minutes’ drive away.

Most of our fully equipped 11 en-suite bedrooms and seven apartments have beautiful views of Table Mountain. We also have 24-hour reception and secure parking. Our conference room is fully equipped and accommodates 30 guests at tables and 55 guests theater style. We can hold cocktail functions for up to 150 people.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 11 hours
  • Type: Lodge
  • Sleeps: 18
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Reviews: 5 Reviews

Facilities

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Wheelchair Enabled
  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Satellite TV*
  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Card Facilities

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Xhosa (isiXhosa)
  • Afrikaans
  • French
* Please enquire for further details.

Availability and pricing

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Reviews for iKhaya Lodge

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Lee-Ann Theron
02 May 2017

The bed was super comfortable and the staff very friendly. Breakfast I had the scrambled eggs and its the best I've ever tasted.Could just be cleaned a bit more thoroughly.

Lee-Ann Theron, South Africa
11 August 2016

Really enjoyed the stay, great service !

NKGABE MPHAGO, South Africa
30 December 2015

The lodge has no facilities for a family with children.No shuttle services.Therefore as a frequent traveller to cape town i would not recommend it. Their breakfast menu is very limited and the bar not replenished fof the duration we were staying.Dstv chanels only 3 channels available.

Rory Mills, South Africa
31 December 2013

I was extremely lucky to find such quality but affordable accommodation at such late notice, during the peak season. I literally booked the day I decided I needed accommodation, which was that busy period between Xmas and New Year. I was most pleasantly surprised at the lovely themed accommodation and hospitality in a quiet but central part of Cape Town. I will definitely be booking again.

sophie adams, United Kingdom
23 March 2007

wonderful and very friendly

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iKhaya Lodge Map

iKhaya Lodge is 0.9km from the centre of Gardens , the nearest airport 20.5km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Things to do in and around Gardens

Bike and Saddle

(0.6 km from Gardens)

There is no better or more intense way to experience a country than to bike, hike or kayak through its varied landscapes. And with our choice of route options, you get to decide whether you want to explore at a leisurely pace, or exert yourself some...

The Little Theatre Complex

(0.6 km from Gardens)

The Little Theatre Complex is home to the University of Cape Town's drama and fine arts departments. The facility is actually three theatres with the Little Theatre ironically being the largest, providing seating for 240 people. The Intimate and...

Mount Nelson Planet Bar

(0.5 km from Gardens)

Located in the prestigious Mount Nelson Hotel, the Planet Bar offers a cool, chic, and elegant venue for a perfect night out. The bar features a stylish celestial décor, quirky touches and comfortable couches, creating a relaxing ambience. The...

Labia Theatre

(0.2 km from Gardens)

The Labia Theatre is the oldest independent art-repertory cinema in South Africa. The Labia Theatre, originally an Italian Embassy ballroom, was opened by Princess Labia in May 1949 as a theatre for the staging of live performances. For the past...