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Lodge Linga Longa

Address Amberdale No 1, Queenstown, Queenstown
Phone Phone: 045-857-0109
Cellphone: 073-144-8116
Rates High Season: From R500 - R600
Rates Off Season: From R500 - R600
Cards Accepted: AmexVisaMastercardDiners
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Overview

Lodge Linga Longa is located just 3 km outside the town centre of Queenstown and is ideally located off the N6 highway to Aliwal North. The lodge is close to town, surrounded by quiet countryside with beautiful mountain views.

The lodge offers comfortable twin en-suite rooms which are ideal for overnight, or a choice of 3 self-catering rooms. Each room features an en-suite bathroom, a TV with local channels, a microwave, bar fridge, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. All of the rooms have their own private entrances and are serviced daily. An additional bed can be added in some of the rooms on request.

Lodge Linga Longa also caters for functions and weddings, and has a fully licensed bar. The lodge has a large, safe parking area that is big enough for trailers or larger vehicles.

Featuring free WiFi and an outdoor pool, Lodge Linga Longa offers comfortable, affordable accommodation in Queenstown. The guest house has a barbecue and views of the mountains, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.

You will find babysitting service at the property.

You can play pool or darts at our onsite Pub and Grub called Linga Linga.

Linga Linga Pub & Grub
Onsite Pub and Grub with à-la-carte menu.

Come and relax with a few drinks, have a great traditional style meal from our à-la-carte menus and watch big screen rugby.
Directions
Directions will be supplied on request.

Services, Features and Activities

Attractions
Local Attractions
The residents of Queenstown are justifiably proud of the town’s five National Monuments (four of which are built of local sandstone).
Hexagon
Queenstown’s original hexagon layout is unique in the world and was planned to enable the defence of the settlement along each of the streets, radiating like the spokes of a wagon wheel from the central point…
Frontier Museum
The museum was built as a school but now houses, among many other interesting exhibits, a fully rebuilt and furnished frontier cottage. The history of the area is exceptionally well documented and illustrated in the most interesting manner.
Gardens / Queens Casino
Lovers of nature and gardens will enjoy the year-round beauty of the Memorial Gardens in Shepstone Street and the quiet tranquillity of the Walter Everitt Sunken Gardens in the eastern entrance to the town. The Walter Everitt gardens have been beautifully restored by the newly build Queen’s Casino and Hotel complex.
Features
Ensuite Bathroom, Tea/Coffee, TV in Room, Satellite, Internet, Languages spoken: Afrikaans & English, Wedding Friendly, All children welcome, Pub, Restaurant, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, SecureParking, Laundry
Room Options
Single, Twin, Double, Family