Comfortable overnight facilities are available at Ezulwini Lodge, and there are choices between either one of six self-catering units detailed under the Rates section below. Breakfast and dinner are being served in a central kitchen-lapa.
Thornwood offers luxury accommodation for up to 8 people in a self-catering, fully serviced, upmarket lodge. A unique blend of luxury timber frame units, fit seamlessly into the surrounding bush
Relax in the heart of the Zulu Kingdom in the verdant and peaceful town of St. Lucia, just minutes away from South Africa’s first World Heritage site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
Turtle Bay Lodge is the ideal beach and bush break-away, with a swimming pool and a cocktail bar for our guests to enjoy after a day of exploring. We offer SELF CATERING FACILITIES which includes a scrumptious breakfast. There are 7 bedrooms on suite ...
Pelican's Nest Holiday Home St Lucia is a beautifully decorated, spacious, comfortable and relaxing, three bedroom, two bathroom, air-conditioned self catering house situated in a quiet street with easy access and walking distance to the beach, restauran
Welcome to Shonalanga Lodge St Lucia - South Africa. We are situated in the heart of St Lucia, a small town in the World Heritage Site. Shonalanga Lodge and Tours is within the proclaimed Greater St Lucia Wetland Park Reserve, the largest lake in Africa.
Our 11 en-suite bedrooms are air-conditioned and has got TV's, 11 DStv channels, Bar Fridges, Coffee & Tea facility, Hair Dryer, etc. to make your visit as comfortable as possible. The bathrooms have got baths and showers. 8 Bedrooms have 2 Single...
Ndiza is a privately owned establishment committed to service and quality as well as dedicated personal attention while hosting guests in beautiful South Africa. You will leave Ndiza with cherished memories and experiences.
Little Eden St Lucia Self Catering Accommodation is a 4 STAR, AA HIGHLY RECOMMENDED quality assured establishment who offers up market and tastefully decorated self catering apartments, nestled onto the verge of the first South Africa World Heritage Site