Glen Boyd Lodge

Glen Boyd Lodge is situated in the gardens of the historical Glen Boyd homestead, steeped in Frontier History. Established in 1853, the Glen Boyd gardens are an arboreal delight, with ancient Jacarandas said to be the tallest in South Africa. The lodge overlooks the fields teeming with game, including White Rhino and Cape buffalo.

6 luxury en-suite chalets overlook the ravine. The dinning room overlooks the swimming pool and tennis court.

The Main Dwelling was built in 1858. Beautifully restored to its former glory, high Pewter Ceilings and original wood work, this house was used by the original farmers to entertain the British officers during the Frontier Wars.

Tented Camp:

The Tented Camp overlooks the Glen Boyd Dam. This unique setting blends in with the surrounding bush and is ideal for catching a few fish in the evening after a great day out hunting.

6 colonial tents under thatch and connected by wooden paths offer a unique environment for those wishing to experience something different. The spacious bar and dinning room offers a great social area.

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Contact Info
Charne Mardon
charne.mardon@gmail.com
Cell: +27 76 073 1944