About Rockvale Ridge Lodge
Located between the bushveld and sugarcane surroundings and set in beautifully landscaped gardens & waterside view, Rockvale Ridge Lodge invites you for a luxury and comfortable stay, perfect for the whole family or business travellers seeking either short or long stay accommodation. Our front desk area excites your eyes with the décor and warms your heart with our welcoming staff offering you a drink on your arrival. The lodge encompasses 9 stunning self-catering rooms which consists of double rooms and family rooms, all equipped to ensure a memorable experience.
* The balance of the accommodation cost is payable on departure. * Note that we are unable to confirm your booking without a proof of payment. * Bookings will only be confirmed upon receipt of deposit. * Please use the booking number stated as a reference when it comes to making a direct deposit.
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