Rooms

  • No 10 x 12

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    (Room Type: General) Sleeps: 4; Max Adults: 4; Smoking: No; Children Allowed: Yes En-suite bathroom; tv; fan; heater; microwave; fridge;electric blankets Room IncludesBathShowerEnsuiteFanGarden FurnitureHair DryerHeaterIron and boardLaptop workstationLinenMNet / Satellite TVDinner; Bed&Breakfast (DBB)Tea / Coffee making facilitiesTowelsTVDouble (D)Shower & BathBraai EquipmentBed&Breakfast (B&B)Bunk BedSelf-catering (S/C)Full Board (FB)Twin3/4 

General

Kingfisher Lodge is situated in Mthatha, renowned as the world’s most-loved Nelson Mandela – where he was born in the nearby town of Mvezo and spent his childhood in Qunu. Today the main buildings of the Nelson Mandela Museum are in Mthatha.

Kingfisher Lodge is a comfortable guest house offering accommodation in 12 rooms with either twin or double beds and all with en-suite bathrooms. After a long day, cool off in our sparkling swimming pool set in a tranquil garden. A braai area is available for your convenience and to set you mind at ease, secure parking is provided We also offer self-catering and conference facilities. Friendly staff and great service awaits you.

Establishment Code

est1

Nearby

Airport Nearby, Bar, CoffeeTea Maker, Golf course, Laundry, Near Golf Course, Restaurant, Shopping centres, Tourism attractions, Town / City Centre

AATravel Code

PA45029

City

mthatha

Facilities

  • Afrikaans
  • Bar
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Breakfast Only
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • English
  • Fire Place
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Hairdryer
  • Laundry
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Room Cleaning Service
  • Secure Parking
  • Self-catering
  • Shuttle
  • Swimming Pool
  • TV Room / Lounge
  • Wake Up Call
  • WiFi (Internet access)

Activities

Mountain Biking, Swimming Pool

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