Sediba Lodge Clarens
word for "source of the spring" - Just three hours from Johannesburg and four
hours from Durban and an ideal stop-over from the Cape. This beautiful game
farm nestles in the foothills of the majestic Maluti Mountains, situated just
10 kilometres from the picturesque little town of Clarens. Nothing has been
spared to make your stay a most enjoyable and memorable experience. Some happy
customers return again and again, a testament to what Sediba has to offer.
Sediba consists of North Lodge (twin beds, sleeps 6) three bedrooms each with
en-suite bathroom, lounge, dining area and kitchen. South Lodge consists of
two bedrooms (twin beds, sleeps 4) Both Lodges have open fireplaces, heated
towel rails, electric 'all night' blankets, "Weber braais" and covered patios.
The lodges are spacious, well appointed, fully serviced and offer home from
home comfort. The view from all the windows and doors is stunning and both
Lodges are within a few metres of a well stocked trout dam. The 'Rooiberge'
mountain range and sandstone cliffs offer a breathtaking backdrop.
The third Lodge, "Sediba Mountain Lodge" is appointed in the same upmarket design and overlooks the trout dam and game park. This luxurious lodge commands superlative views, sleeps 4 in two separate spacious bedrooms (twin beds in one and kingsize bed in the other). They have en-suite bathrooms, underfloor heating, kitchen, dining room and lounge, and a large open fireplace. Sediba Lodge is a haven of peace and tranquility, a safe retreat, where one can walk in the 300 hectare game park, through riverine forests. Perhaps spend some time fishing, perhaps sit on the patio and watch the zebra, or wildebeest, or maybe a reedbuck, graze on the mountain slopes. Sip a glass of wine and admire the bird life. The only night sounds to be heard are the cry of the jackal, the hoot of an owl or the occasional scuffle of a porcupine digging up roots. Establishment guarantee that the stars here are brighter than anywhere else! If you can tear yourself away from Sediba, Clarens and Golden Gate have much to offer the visitor. Clarens has a profusion of Art Galleries and craft shops, and good restaurants. If its excitement you are looking for then try the white river rafting, or 4x4 quad biking. Take a more leisurely drive through Golden Gate National Park or go on a dinosaur walk, or visit historical Boer War sites. There is a golf course, horse riding, bushmen paintings, squash and tennis courts available. Clarens is a beautiful little town, with much to see and do.
Lodge: Three Bedrooms - one with two single beds together with bath and
shower, and one bedroom with two single beds and bath. A separate entrance
room off the verandah with two single beds with bath and shower.
North Lodge: Two bedrooms - both with two single beds, bath and shower.
Mountain Lodge: Two bedrooms. One with a double bed with corner bath and shower and one with two single beds es bath and shower. No children. This lodge is not on the water. TV (Mountain lodge only has TV).
Rates: on request
|South lodge (3 Bedrooms) for Friday & Saturday|
|South lodge Mid-week per person per night|
|North lodge (2 Bedrooms) for Friday & Saturday|
|North lodge Mid-week per person per night|
|Mountain Lodge for Friday & Saturday|
|Mountain Lodge Mid-week per person per night|
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Terms & conditions, Payment options and Cancellation policy
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