Renovated in 2010, this family-friendly reserve comprises a total of 34 refurbished spacious lodge rooms, where luxury and comfort are combined with an African theme. Complete with en suite bathrooms, the lodge rooms lead onto a west-facing balcony which offers breathtaking African sunsets, all within steps of the pool. These rooms are ideal for families and are located closer to the lodge amenities. The expansive wooden decks overlooking the valleys below allow guests to relax and unwind to the sounds of the African night. The facilities available at this lodge include a lobby area and 2 restaurants.
Only 3-and-a-half scenic hours' drive from Cape Town, this malaria-free, private game reserve is home to an abundance of animal and bird life including the big five. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Langeberg mountain range, the lodge guards the entrance to South Africa's world famous Garden Route Coast. It is 97 km from George Airport and Cape Town Airport is 355 km away.
All rooms come with a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. They are equipped with a TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
Morning and evening game drives are led by experienced and knowledgeable game rangers who share their knowledge of big game and local African folklore.
Guests may dine in one of the hotel's 2 restaurants: the African Boma, which provides a hearty menu of tasty traditional cuisine and chef's specialities, presented on open coals in African pots, and the breathtaking Serengetis, offering a more interactive dining experience.
MasterCard and VISA are accepted at this establishment.
Guests arriving from Cape Town should take the N2 highway out and head east for 348 km. After reaching the small town of Albertinia, the entrance to the lodge is 7 km further on. Those coming from George should take the N2 highway and head west for 85 km. After crossing over the Gouritz River Bridge (Bungy Jumping), the entrance to the lodge is 12 km further on.
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