€25.47
Par nuit
Prix estimé sur la base d’une voiture, 2 personnes avec une tente ou une caravane.

Le site de camping est ouvert de 01 January jusqu'à 31 December
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Gîtes
Wifi
BBQ autorisés
1 / 5 (2 votes)

Limpopo Lodge

R101
0699, Tweefontein, Polokwane
Afrique du Sud

Limpopo Lodge is a B&B with self catering option, providing accommodation in Polokwane for tourists visiting the Capricorn region.

About Limpopo Lodge
Limpopo Lodge is located on a small holding just 7km outside Polokwane and offers B&B, self catering and camping accommodation for a total of 128 people. Limpopo Lodge rooms have an en-suite bathroom with a shower. The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a TV with DStv / satellite channels. complimentary toiletries and coffee / tea making facilities. Please see the individual room descriptions with photographs below, to assist you with your choice. Breakfast and lunch are served on request. • Airport shuttle service • Parking available • Fireplace • Braai facilities • Swimming pool

Caractéristiques du lieu

Type de camping

Hébergement
Gîtes

Installations
Connexion TV
Wifi
BBQ autorisés

Qualifications

Recreation
Terrain de jeux
Piscine extérieure

Sanitaires


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Freddy Nkosi
Anglais
I did not enjoy my stay, the room was cleaned on the second day. The bath room tiles were a mess and there was not even a single towel in the bath room. Old coffee and sugar and very dirty, unhygienic. The room condition was extremely poor standard, I will not book that accommodation in future.
4 ans depuis

Ursula Norel
Anglais
Limpopo Lodge is TERRIBLE! DON'T GO THERE! We had booked for 2 rooms @ 2 nights. The reception area and rooms smelt of stale smoke. The young man at reception couldn't find the keys to the rooms and had to phone someone. The electricity tripped while we were walking to the rooms, and were told that this happens when the geysers switch on. One of the "rooms" was a wooden shack around the back with 2 sunken-in mattresses. The floor and surfaces were grimy, beds were not freshly made. Sheets were VERY old & worn thin, had a brown sheen to them. Pillows had never been washed; they smelt like people's heads. Doors were rickety, floorboards gave way. The other room, although we were assured it had been cleaned, still had dirty socks lying on the floor and underwear hanging in the shower, as well as the previous occupant's bag on the bed. The blanket on the bed was grimy. I'm not fussy (otherwise I would have booked at a hotel!), but I just COULDN'T stay there. We had to find alternative accommodation. I have seldom seen such a level of domestic neglect. When I asked the young man at reception whether HE would sleep in one of the beds, he indicated that he wouldn't.
6 ans depuis