Reviews of Swell Eco Lodge


"Idyllic"

Sarah Jonas | 10 April 2018

"DidnÕt want for anything!"


"A piece of heaven"

Sarah Jonas | 13 July 2017

"We had a wonderful time. Very friendly and helpful staff. Lovely, arty rooms with beautiful linen, divine location. Gorgeous walks, magnificent river. Divine homemade bread. Will definitely be back. The only negative was that our booking was confirmed and the deposit paid for, but a few days befo..."

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"We had a wonderful time. Very friendly and helpful staff. Lovely, arty rooms with beautiful linen, divine location. Gorgeous walks, magnificent river. Divine homemade bread. Will definitely be back. The only negative was that our booking was confirmed and the deposit paid for, but a few days before arriving were told we could not stay the full length of time due to a double booking so perhaps double check your confirmation. This said, mistakes happen and the three nights spent there were well worth it. "


"We had a wonderful stay!"

(South Africa) ilze Breytenbach | 17 February 2016

"Such an awesome setting to experience the beautiful unspoilt Wild Coast! Totally worth the bumpy drive. Nomsa's bread was delicious. The walk to the beach is pleasant and relaxing. Wish we could have stayed longer!"


"A rondaval with a view"

(South Africa) Sandra Higman | 29 April 2014

"The road was a bit of a challenge but the view was spectacular. Our hosts were very accommodating and gave us a warm welcome on a late rainy evening. The rondaval was beautifully furnished and clean. The only suggestion I have is if you are visiting during the summer months take plenty of Tabard wit..."

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"The road was a bit of a challenge but the view was spectacular. Our hosts were very accommodating and gave us a warm welcome on a late rainy evening. The rondaval was beautifully furnished and clean. The only suggestion I have is if you are visiting during the summer months take plenty of Tabard with... the mosquitoes are relentless. Thank you Justin and Lee-Ann for an amazing insight into life in the Trankei. "