Province / Region - City / Town
North West Province
Baviaans River Valley
Eastern Free State
Kruger National Park
Mjejane Game Reserve
St Francis Bay
13 Bickley Road, Sea Point, Cape Town
Phone: 021 4341566
Cellphone: 072 0216465
Rates High Season: From R990 - R1 390
Rates Off Season: From R690 - R990
The Guest House is situated in the Sea Point area on Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard close to the beachfront with good shopping and excellent restaurants within walking distance. The famous V&A Waterfront with the ferry to Robben Island, the CTICC, the gay friendly De Waterkant district, the colourful Cape Quarter and Table Mountain are within easy access of the Guest House as are the beautiful beaches of Clifton, Camps Bay and Sandy Bay.
Loloho Lodge has recently opened after a year of rebuilding, renovation and refurbishment. It is now a very comfortable Bed and Breakfast with many excellent facilities of Four Star standard. Whether visiting Cape Town for business or pleasure, Loloho Lodge is ideal as base for your stay.
For relaxation, guests may swim in our salt water pool, recline on the surrounding patios or sit in the cool of the garden area. Breakfast, which is a continental style buffet, maybe taken in the dining room or outside under the shade of the pergola.
Exit the airport and follow the signs for Cape Town which will take you along the
. As you come over a brow and see the city centre directly ahead, look for the sign marked
. Take this exit and drive straight ahead through the city which will eventually bring you into
High Level Road
. Continue for about 2 kilometres noting the views over Green Point to the V&A Waterfront. After passing Glengariff Road, you will come to Sea Point Primary School on your left then take the 4th turn on the right into
. At the junction turn left into
. Loloho Lodge is the house on this corner with the big yellow walls.
Services, Features and Activities
Situated in the heart of Sea Point, we are ideally located for all the main tourist attractions and for the businessman, we are but a few minutes from the Cape Town International Convention Centre and the commercial hub of the City. Further afield the many other activities include trips out to the Cape Winelands, The Penguins at Boulder Beach, Kalk Bay with its many antique shops, Simon’s Town for Naval History and Cape Point. Spring brings out the flowers on the west coast and the whales along the east coast, most famously at Hermanus. For the sportsmen golf courses abound, gyms are close, surfing, windsurfing and paragliding are also popular and of course the Western Cape is famous for its Extreme Sports.
Ensuite Bathroom, Tea/Coffee, Bar Fridge, TV in Room, Satellite, Internet, English, Safe Facilities, No children under 16, Pool, Breakfast, Airport Transfers, SecureParking, Laundry
Hiking, Watersports, Whale Watching