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Rooms and Rates


Double Room

(22 units)

Room information


  x 1 (Double or Twin)
  Ensuite Bathroom (Bath and Shower)


Description: We have 22 double bedrooms. Our rooms are very spacious and have ensuite bathrooms. A coffee and tea station is also available. All rooms have fitted air-conditioning. Double room can be converted to a twin room upon request. One additional mattress is available per room for children only.
Facilities:
  • Air Conditioning
  • No Smoking
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Bed Linen supplied

Bridal Suite

(2 units)

Room information


  x 1 (Queen)
  Ensuite Bathroom (Bath and Shower)


Description: We have 2 spectacular bridal suites available. They are spacious and elegant and both have ensuite bathrooms. Suites also have a coffee and tea station available.
Facilities:
  • Air Conditioning
  • No Smoking
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Bed Linen supplied

Reviews of Usambara Lodge

(See all 9 reviews)

"The room"

Leslie Louw | 4 September 2017

"The food, breakfast!"


"Our cleaning lady was so friendly, Im sorry that I cannot recall her name"

Marinda Boshoff | 14 May 2017

"Lovely place, clean rooms, friendly staff, great bfast"

Facilities


Languages:
English
Environment:
Countryside
Dining:
Breakfast served Lunch on request Dinner on request
Leisure facilities:
Bar on premises Communal Satellite TV Fishing Game Viewing Garden Golf
General:
Airport Shuttle Service Health Spa Tourism Information Desk Family friendly No Pets allowed Secure off-street parking No smoking
In all rooms:
Air Conditioning No Smoking Tea and Coffee Bed Linen supplied

Policies


Check-in:
13:00
Check-out:
09:00
Kids policy:
Children age 15 and over are charged as adults.

Contact Details


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