About Aloe View Rock Lodge
Aloe View Rock Lodge is a small, intimate, exclusive lodge situated on 1,000-hectare private game farm just outside of Hluhluwe. The Lodge offers five en-suite bedrooms, with all modern amenities, and can accommodate up to 10 guests.
Each room is tastefully decorated with its own unique colour scheme. Four of the rooms contain top quality twin beds and the fifth room contains a queen-size bed. All our rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, hairdryers and an ottoman.
The Lodge also features a swimming pool, a library with a pool table and a full bar. Breakfast and dinners are both served buffet-style.
Rates are quoted in ZAR South African Rand, and include VAT @14%. Rates are per person sharing per night. A single supplement of ZAR 100.00 extra per person may apply. The full rate applies to children staying in a separate room to their parents.
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