Rooms and Rates


2 Bedroom Thatched Self Catering Chalet

(16 rooms)

Room information


  x 3 (main is Queen)
  Shared Bathroom


Description: Our self-catering chalets are perfect for those who don't want to pitch camp! Each of our beautifully thatched chalets is creatively decorated keeping with the bushveld environment, featuring two elegant bedrooms and a separate wheelchair-friendly bathroom with shower, basin and toilet amenities. Read More ›
Facilities:
  • Fan
  • No Smoking
  • View
  • Fully Equipped
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Microwave
  • Freezer

Reviews of Buyskop Lodge

(See all 96 reviews)

"5 stars"

(South Africa) Johanna | 2 March 2020

"Warm welcome from the staff when we arrived, rooms clean and neat, surrounded by nature away from the city life, lots of animals to see, we really enjoyed our stay and we definitely coming back."


"My stay in Buyskop Lodge "

(South Africa) anonymous | 16 December 2019

"I had a nice time at Buyskop Lodge, the girls and I had a blast. We wanted some time away in a deep bush, that's exactly what we got. The kitchen was fully equipped, which we loved more. The staff was friendly, and the environment was breath taking. "

Facilities


Languages:
English Afrikaans
Environment:
Nature Reserve Forest Mountains Countryside Game Reserve Mountain Views
Dining:
Breakfast on request Lunch on request Dinner on request Caters for Vegetarian
Leisure facilities:
Bird Watching Braai / Barbecue Game Viewing Garden Jacuzzi Mountain Biking Swimming Pool Walking / Hiking
General:
Beauty Salon Health Spa Disabled friendly Family friendly No Pets allowed Secure off-street parking Parking available
In some rooms:
  • Fan
  • Satellite TV
  • No Smoking
  • View
  • Fully Equipped
  • Bed Linen supplied
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Freezer

Policies


Check-in:
14:00
Check-out:
10:00
Kids policy:
Children age 13 and over are charged as adults.

Contact Details


Contact Buyskop Lodge directly. Send them an email.


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// DH: I think this is used by KRPano?