About Pumulani Lodge
Some 50 years ago, the Louw family purchased a farm which they named Pumulani, meaning "be at rest" in Ndebele. The farmhouse, built in 1945, still graces the premises with its presence to this day. Eventually the farm was sub-divided and the current area called Pumulani.
A "place of rest" is exactly what Pumulani has come to be for all of the many visitors entering through our gates. We offer various accommodations including four Executive Suites, five Deluxe Suites and ten Standard bedrooms.
When it comes to conferencing at Pumulani Lodge, you are spoilt for choice. Not only because of the facilities on offer, but also because we endeavour to tailor-make your event to suit both your style and budget. All you need is the right people at the right time to convene, confer, discuss and debate. Facilities include seven conference rooms able to accommodate groups of 5 to 200 delegates, as well as a multi-media projector and standard conference equipment. Conference packages are available ranging from half day to full day, with lunches served in the beautiful old farmhouse, small lapa or garden.
For weddings, we have five different areas to suit each couple's individual needs and requirements. Church services can be held in the charming farm chapel, which is able to accommodate up to 180 guests, and function packages are available with personalised services to be discussed with the marketing manager.
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