After reading some very positive reviews we were very excited for our holiday at Cayley Lodge. Unfortunately it did not live up to our expectations.
The room was quite pleasant (we stayed in 1a), situated close to the putt-putt course. Everything looked quite new and modern but for some reason the bathroom had a very unpleasant, strong smell of urine that we could not get rid of and this seemed to permeate throughout the room. The bathroom could also use a towel rack as there was nowhere to hang towels. The ad also said the bathroom had a bath/shower combo but we only had a shower.
The noise from the room above us was also really loud. They had 2 kids that were constantly running up and down the wooden floors and kept us awake at night and woke us up early every morning. Some soundproofing would really help.
The lodge is in serious need of a restaurant and bar. We were celebrating our ten-year anniversary and we had to leave to go and have dinner elsewhere. This turned into quite a nightmare as on our return we found that the river had flooded and we could not cross the bridge to get back to the hotel. After a few hours of waiting for the water to subside we met some friendly locals that showed us an alternate route through some pretty dodgy roads.
The shop is overpriced and has limited opening times and limited stock.
We also found 1 or 2 of the staff to be unfriendly and unwilling to help.
Traveller from Durban
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This is a very beautiful area of South Africa. We were amazed at the beauty surrounding the lodge. Breakfast and dinner are included in the cost of the lodging. Can't say enough about the delicious dinners and the beautiful presentation of the meals. The host are very friendly and we thourghly enjoyed our two night stay at Montusi.
Traveller from newport Beach, CA
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We had a wonderful stay at Qambathi. The staff are extremely welcoming and hospitable, the food is delicious (we recommend you opt for dinner at the lodge) and the room was beyond relaxing.
It was so nice to stay somewhere with class and excellent design. The guest experience is clearly important to them.
We enjoyed two short hikes through their grounds, spotting a number of wildlife on route.
We were sad to only stay for such a short time - we will be back!!
Traveller from Tunbridge Wells
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