About Ikhaya Safari Lodge
IKhaya Safari Lodge is an exclusive villa in Upper Constantia. Unique to Cape Town, IKhaya Safari Lodge is decorated in true African Safari Lodge-style. The lounge boasts an enormous fireplace and a wine cellar with the main dining room in open thatch. Kudu and Wildebeest heads adorn the walls with Zebra skins scattered on the wooden floors.
Accommodation consists of the Main House with three double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and mosquito nets decorating the beds. This charming stone and thatch home, situated on two acres of beautiful gardens with tennis court and heated swimming pool, is close to the city centre, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, golf courses, beaches, walking trails, shopping centres and restaurants.
Provisional reservations need to be confirmed in writing.
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