|Address:||71 Shore Road
St Francis Bay
All individually decorated bedrooms feature a private patio or balcony with views of the surrounding area or indigenous garden. Free wi-fi, a television, refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities are available.
A favourite with guests, this large upstairs room is elegantly-decorated and features a thatched roof and exposed beams. It also has a private patio overlooking the river mouth and out to sea. The en-suite bathroom has both a bath and shower.
Located upstairs, this spacious room features a large deck with river and sea views. The deck is the perfect spot to spend lazy summer days. This comfortable room has a thatched roof and exposed beams. The en-suite bathroom has both a bath and shower.
Located upstairs, this room is on the west side of the lodge with its own large deck and views over the river towards the mountains. A private spot to watch the variety of birds in our indigenous garden and dramatic sunsets. The en-suite bathroom has a shower.
Located downstairs, this sunny garden room has an outdoor seating area with use of the garden. It features a large en-suite bathroom with shower. This room can be joined to Room 3 to create a family suite.
This downstairs garden room has a seating area outside with use of the garden. It has an en-suite bathroom with a bath with overhead shower. This room can be joined to Room 4 to create a family suite.
Boat cruises: Sundowner cruises around the canals and up the river can be arranged on request.
Canoeing: Canoes are available for you to explore the canals and river at your leisure.
Cycling: Bicycles are also available for your use.
Dining: There are many excellent restaurants in St Francis including local seafood, South African and European cuisine. We would be happy to recommend and make bookings for you.
Fishing: Surf, rock and deep-sea fishing are popular activities.
Golf: There are two golf courses within 3km of i-Lollo Lodge — the renowned Links developed by Jack Nicholson and our local 18-hole village course.
Harbour: The commercial harbour of Port St Francis, built in 1995, holds a unique charm and has constant activity of local fishing and sailing boats. No visit to St Francis would be complete without dining at one of the fine restaurants to sample the succulent local calamari dishes that drive the lucrative chokka industry.
Hikes/walks: Various walks and hikes along the beaches or in the local fynbos.
Lighthouse and penguin rehabilitation facility: Visit our penguins being rehabilitated at the Cape St Francis lighthouse. There are also regular releases of the penguins on the beach.
Sporting facilities: Tennis, squash, bowls and gym.
Surfing: St Francis Bay is home to Bruce's Beauties, one of the world’s best known beach breaks, featured in the 60's cult film Endless Summer.
Water-sports: Kite and wind surfing, water skiing, snorkeling and swimming are only a few of the activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family within walking distance of our lodge.