Monday, 1 July 2013

The Baroness Safari Lodge

Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve lodge dates back to 1822 when pioneer and conversationalist  Baron von Pletten built the original lodge as his headquarters for exploration of the surrounding bush and wildlife. Still standing, the lodge was built from stone found in the area and now, after careful renovation in order to preserve the original look of the lodge, all 10 rooms open up onto the indigenous gardens from where guests can enjoy the spectacular views of the Tstsikamma mountains in the distance. Enjoy relaxing on the veranda and open courtyards as the likes of zebra and wild buck are free to roam and graze around the lodge. Cool down in the plunge pool as the afternoon heat rises.

End the day off dining at our outside Boma closed behind by massive carved wooden doors. The authentic Africa restaurant is dedicated to bringing guests only the highest quality uniquely African meals. The restaurant has a bar deck that that hangs over the dam which has become a favorite spot for sundowners after a day in game park.

After eating a superb meal at our restaurant head off to your room which is eclectically decorated and finished with polished cement and yellowwood floors. High ceilings compliment the luxurious crystal chandeliers and four posters beds. Float off to a peaceful dreamland as you sleep under under mosquito nets, linen sheets and chenille or faux-fur throws.

For more information and bookings contact Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve by clicking here.

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