About Kalahari Lodge
Located in the Northern Cape Province Kalahari Lodge boasts a number of attractions, from an a la carte restaurant, spacious conferencing centres, to the peaceful and serene location. Our restaurant offers a wide variety of traditional cuisine for the food connoisseurs. The surroundings are peaceful and pleasantly secure. We make it our goal to assure that your stay is a memorable one.There is a large open porch adjacent to restaurant leading to the well-established gardens and swimming pool area. Kalahari Lodge offers a Ladies Bar and a Pool Bar for functions and barbecues.Our restaurant is closed on Sunday nights only, but is open every day for the rest of the week.The lodge offers 30 rooms comprising of two Family Rooms sleeping two adults and two children each, 28 luxurious rooms sleeping one or two persons and two inter-leading rooms. All our rooms have 10 TV channels, six DStv and four local channels, air-conditioning and telephones. Two rooms are wheelchair friendly.Kalahari Lodge uses the eco-friendly Raycop UV-C Anti Allergy Cleaner to sterilize all furniture in the establishment.
Wedding Venues: We offer wedding and functions for up to 150 guests with a dance floor and bar facilities. Enjoy a garden wedding ceremony.
Conference Venues: We provide conference facilities for up to 120 delegates. The conference centres are adjoined via inter-leading doors and feature standard equipment with a data projector as optional. Full catering is available.
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