About The Greens Lodge
The Greens Lodge is a guest house / bed and breakfast situated in a quiet area on the golf course in Parow, a suburb of Cape Town.
There are 3 bedrooms, each with a king sized bed, an en-suite bathroom, Wi-Fi & DStv.
The sliding doors of the rooms and lounge leads onto the patio, pond with birdlife and the golf course with stunning views.
There is communal lounge with dining area, open plan kitchen, indoor and outdoor braai facilities.
The Greens Lodge is very central:
- 9 km from Cape Town International Airport.
- 1 km from N1 City Shopping Centre with shops, restaurants and cinemas.
- 14 km from Cape Town Waterfront, Table Mountain and Robben Island.
- 4 km from Century City, Canal Walk and Ratanga Junction.
- 4 km from Grand West Casino.
Golf: Situated on the golf course in Parow.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Parow
(1.9 km from Parow)
Forgiving 18 hole golf parkland course with many water hazards. Look out for an abundance of bird-life due to the massive dam in the centre of the course. Peacocks, plovers (Club emblem), guinea fowl, hadidas, Egyptian geese, mallards, teal,...
(3.1 km from Parow)
N1 City Mall, Cape Town's friendliest, most convenient regional shopping centre is situated in Goodwood the heart of the Northern Suburbs, a convenient 12-minute drive from Cape Town's city centre. N1 City Mall provides ample parking which is free...
(3.6 km from Parow)
A short drive from the centre of Cape Town is the 300ha Tygerberg Nature Reserve where bontebok once again roam freely after a 100 year absence. The name “Tygerberg” is a legacy of early settlers, who mistakenly identified endemic leopards as...
(5.7 km from Parow)
18-hole golf course in a sheltered valley with views of the Hottentots Holland mountains. The course caters for golfers of all levels of expertise, is well bunkered and has 5 water holes. The dams and water canals abound with birds and wild...