• Standard Ground Floor x 16

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    (Room Type: General) Sleeps: 2; Max Adults: 2; Smoking: No; Children Allowed: Yes Ground Floor room with private patio that lead out to garden.  Room IncludesAir ConditioningShowerEnsuiteGarden FurnitureHair DryerLinenMNet / Satellite TVPrivate TerraceSafe DepositTea / Coffee making facilitiesTelephoneTowelsTVBed&Breakfast (B&B)Twin 

  • Standard First Floor x 18

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    (Room Type: General) Sleeps: 2; Max Adults: 2; Smoking: No; Children Allowed: Yes Standard Twin room located of first floor Room IncludesAir ConditioningShowerEnsuiteHair DryerLinenSafe DepositTea / Coffee making facilitiesTelephoneTowelsTVBed&Breakfast (B&B)Twin 


The THREE STAR Hotel, Elephant Lake Inn is located in the town of St Lucia, Kwa Zulu Natal, surrounded by the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africas first World Heritage Site. The Inn has 34 modern, en-suite, air-conditioned rooms. All rooms are equipped with flat screen TV and selected DSTV channels, tea/coffee making facilities, wall safes, hair dryer and full range of bathroom amenities. The Inn has two levels. The breakfast room, service bar and lounge is located on the ground floor and has 16 rooms, all with a private patio leading out to a sparkling pool and indigenous garden. The upper level present 18 rooms of similar standard to the ground floor with the exception of patios.
Traditional South African Braai Buffet dinners are available subject to prior arrangement and advance booking.
St Lucia serves as a tourist hub for the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and has evolved in a typical tourist town, providing all the neccesities without feeling commercial. The iSimangaliso Wetland Park includes the St Lucia estuary, a pristine wildlife reserve, beautiful beaches, snorkeling areas, and is home to five recognizable ecosystems that includes swamps, lake systems, coral reefs, beaches, wetlands, woodlands and coastal forests. The iSimangaliso Wetland Park supports the countrys largest population of hippos and crocodiles. It is also home to leatherback turtles, white & black rhino, leopards, over 530 species of birds, including greater and lesser flamingos.
The unique combination of subtropical coastline and African Game Park is what draws visitors as well as the sheer viewing pleasure. During November sea turtles come to the beaches to lay their eggs, whales frequent the waves from June through September, making their way southwards and the park is a very popular fishing destination, providing surf fishing, kite fishing, fly fishing, spear fishing and deep sea fishing.

Cancellation Policy on Booking or Inquiry.

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Airport Nearby, Bar, Beach Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Countryside, Golf course, Laundry, Medical facilities, Modem Connection, Near Golf Course, Restaurant, Seaside Resort, Shopping centres, Swimming Pool, Tourism attractions, Town / City Outskirts


Price : 385.00 ZAR - 700.00 ZAR p/p sharing

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  • Afrikaans
  • Air conditioning
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • Child Friendly
  • Conference Facilities
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • English
  • Hairdryer
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Porterage
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Room Cleaning Service
  • Safe Deposit
  • Safe in Room
  • Secure Parking
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Telephone
  • TV Room / Lounge
  • Wake Up Call
  • WiFi (Internet access)


Beach, Big Five, Bird watching, Boat/River cruise, Business & Hospitality, Cultural Attractions, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Golf, Guided Tours, Hiking, Historical Attractions, Leisure, Marine, Medical, Of Historic / Literary or Architectural Interest, Outdoor, Pre/Post Conference, River, Safaris, Swimming Pool, Water Sports - Deep sea fishing, Water Sports - Snorkelling Trips, Wilderness

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KwaZulu-NatalWith ecosystems ranging from steamy sub-tropical forests and mangrove swamps to snow-clad mountains with a whole lot between, KwaZulu-Natal is probably South Africa’s most diverse province. South Africa’s biggest port is situated in a city that revels in a fascinating mix of Asian, European and African influences. Durban has the largest Indian population of any

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