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Leadwood Lodge

  • Lowest Price Guarantee

From R350 PPS

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Capacity:  6 guests

Guest Satisfaction Rating: 10/10
based on 4 reviews.

Overall 10/10
Facilities 10/10
Services 10/10
Cleanliness 10/10
Value for money 10/10

Overview

Leadwood Lodge is situated in the exclusive area of the Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate.Close to the Kruger National Park,a mere 40 minute drive to either Phalaborwa gate or Orpen Gate.

Our Self catering lodge is positioned on a dry riverbed, surrounded by birdlife and non dangerous game.

Sip sundowners on the deck,or Barbeque in the boma!

Visit the Blyde River Canyon, Kapamas Cheetah breeding and endangered animal centre, Khamai Reptile Park, Moholoholo rehab centre and many more attractions nearby.
Our Bush Lodge sleeps 4 people comfortably, in 2 separate en-suite bedrooms, each with an exclusive outside shower!

A few meters away from the main lodge,is another smaller self contained room, en-suite, with small kitchenette, which can accommodate an extra 2 people!

Sip sun downers on the wooden deck over looking the river bed, listen to the calls of the wild abundant birdlife or barbeque round an open fire in the boma!
Once you have explored the Wildlife Estate, take a drive to the various attractions around Hoedspruit, Kruger National Park, just 45 minutes away!

We hope you enjoy your stay in our Bushveld Self cater Lodge,and hope you will return!

Facilities

    Room Facilities

  • Non-Smoking
  • Satellite TV

    On Site Facilities

  • Children Allowed
  • Self Catering

    Local Facilities

  • Bar
  • Beauty
  • Game Viewing
  • Golf Course
  • Gym
  • Hiking
  • Horse Riding
  • Shopping/Curios
  • Tours

Rates

Standard Double Room

Sleeps 6
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King size bed, en-suite full bathroom and outside shower

Date Unit Single PP Sharing
Month Year Wkend Daily Wkend Daily Wkend Daily
January 2012           R 350
February 2012           R 350
March 2012           R 350
April 2012           R 350
May 2012           R 350
June 2012           R 350
July 2012           R 350
August 2012           R 350
September 2012           R 350
October 2012           R 350
November 2012           R 350
December 2012           R 350
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Rates last updated: 17 April 2012
  • Booking Reliability
  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Average Response Time: 8 hours
  • This establishment does not have credit card facilities.

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Location

695 Leadwood Road, Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate, 1380

Map Leadwood Lodge in Hoedspruit  Valley of the Olifants  Limpopo  South Africa

Guest Comments

FA winner

Free Accommodation Winner

I booked the Leadwood Lodge in the Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate for a short business trip. Staying in a wildlife estate is already a holiday for us city people but getting a full refund of the accommodation fees, makes it a real holiday! Thank you very much for an excellent and efficient service!

- Ben Jansen

This was our 2nd time staying at Leadwood, it feels like home away from home. Good value for money
- Isabelle Devallon

I liked the layout and placing of the lodge. The total privacy it offers is priceless!
I had a very pleasant stay and would certainly come again.

- Ben Jansen

Beautiful location, lovely lodge. Good value for money.

- Isabelle Devallon