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About Sunset Lodge Log Cabins

Sunset Lodge is located on the banks of the St Lucia Estuary which is a World Heritage Site. We are on the main road which is called McKenzie Street, but in a quieter part of town and we are within walking distance of all the shops, restaurants and amenities.

We have four four-sleeper units, one five-sleeper unit and one two-sleeper. They are luxurious, air-conditioned log cabins which are fully serviced. Each unit has two bedrooms, a bathroom, an open-plan kitchen, a lounge and a private deck outside where guests can relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility while watching the magnificent African sunset. The resident louries, hornbills, hippos and crocodiles can often be seen. We also have a crystal clear pool for all the sun lovers to soak up the hot African rays while enjoying the picturesque view of the estuary and landscape.

St Lucia was declared a World Heritage Site in December 1999. It is without a doubt one of the world's greatest destinations as it’s situated within a nature reserve and is surrounded by five distinct ecosystems; one of them being Lake St Lucia; the largest estuarine lake system in Africa which is home to over 800 hippos and 1500 Nile crocodiles. It is a bird lover's paradise with over 520 species identified in and around the area.


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Reviews for Sunset Lodge Log Cabins

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Stephane Pollack
03 November 2018

Everything is Perfect!

Christine Coope
25 September 2018

Very helpful hosts. Lovely location. The mobile braais were an excellent extra that we weren't expecting. We could hear the hippos from the garden!

ingrid Wrigglesworth
09 July 2017

Loved everything, well managed. Clean,comfortable and affordable.

Lynne Watson
28 April 2017

We were extremely dissapointed with our cabin. Sewerage smell, drains blocked in shower and basin. Water pipes in ceiling knocking throughout the night and day. No pressure in shower. Geyser packed up and element was replaced. I had to shower in another unit. Next day brown water only. Warm water coming out of the cold tap in basin. Security gate at entrance of lodge faulty, owner Shelly away, staff battling with it. Cabin too small for two people. Would have paid extra for a bigger cabin. The cleaning staff friendly, kept cabin clean and tried to assist under the circumstances.The above...
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Adele Liebeneberg
24 April 2017

It was close to the town centre

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Sunset Lodge Log Cabins is 1km from the centre of St Lucia , the nearest airport 108.7km (Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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