About Safari Lodge - Out of Africa Guest Houses
Safari Lodge is situated in the friendly Karoo town of Carnarvon and offers warm hospitality and comfort in eight private self-catering units. Each of the units has a kitchen that is equipped with a small fridge, a microwave and a two-plate stove. Tea and coffee facilities as well as rusks and three cereals are included. Braai packs are available on request for those who want to enjoy organic Karoo lamb chops and sausage.
The units are furnished with double or single beds, fridge, two-plate stove; microwave; frying pan; crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils and all bedding and towels are supplied. In winter all beds are made with electric blankets, winter sheets and warm, thick blankets for those cold Karoo nights. The units are also equipped with fans and wall heaters, as well as TV's with DStv.
Each unit has a private entrance, a barbecue area and safe, lock-up parking. Insect repellent, emergency lamps and an ironing board and iron are provided. Hairdryers are available on request and a laundry service is available for stays of more than three days. Kindly note that this is a non-smoking establishment and comfortable outside smoking areas have been designated for this purpose.
Safari Lodge is uniquely situated in the middle of town and is therefore near all shops, restaurants and various interesting attractions.
Please note that the rates are subject to the number of guests staying in each unit, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs. Special rates are available for groups of 10 and more.
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Things to do in and around Carnarvon
(0.2 km from Carnarvon)
The Skietfontein hiking trail is an eight-kilometre walk along the riverbank of the Skietfontein settlement. The walk starts at the antique shop on Church Street in Carnarvon and passes by a spring, a graveyard, and the U.R. Church. The trail...
(1 km from Carnarvon)
Carnarvon Museum was built in 1907 as a community hall for the Dutch Reformed Church. In 1973 it was donated to the municipality and turned into a museum. The museum exhibits the cultural history of Carnarvon, which is located in the Northern Cape...