About Saldanha Bay Lodge
Hoedjiesbaai Lodge is situated on the Hoedjieskoppie, which is a nature reserve with easy walking trails to panoramic vantage points with beautiful views of the town and bay. The beach, restaurants, pubs and town are all within walking distance of the lodge with its calm and peaceful environment. For those who seek leisure, enjoy the views, take walks on the beach or enjoy a sundowner on the balcony or a dip in the pool.The Lodge offers a variety of accommodation options.
Beach: Within walking distance to safe swimming beach. Ideal for watersports like sailing, kayaking, waterskiing, jetskiing, windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Spa: We offer a variety of massage options to those guests that just need to unwind.
Conference Venues: We have a conference facility that can accommodate up to 30 delegates.
Family friendly: The accommodation is perfect for groups, families.
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