The Lodge is situated between two lakes and surrounded by the Kogelberg Mountains and Biosphere. The Lodge has five beautifully decorated and furnished, en-suite rooms. The Lodge comprises of the dining room decorated in a zebra theme, the inner courtyard where guests can relax on the sun loungers or enjoy the braai facilities. Upstairs is the huge TV and games room for unwinding in and which leads onto the sun deck which offers breath-taking panoramic views and more braai facilities.
Activities available to guests include: for the adventurous there is shark diving, fantastic surfing, grade 3 white water rafting, kloofing, sand boarding down huge dunes, skydiving, paragliding, grade 16-30 mountain climbing, abseiling, day long hair raising mountain bike trails or the more relaxing activities offered include: whale watching, visiting Stony Point Africa's largest land penguin colony, the world famous Harold Porter Gardens, relaxing on the endless uncrowded white sandy beaches, taking walks through the breath taking local fynbos and swimming in the crystal mountain pools and waterfalls or just reading a good book in a hammock on our sun deck overlooking the lakes or on a sun lounger in the sheltered courtyard.
From Cape Town:
Turn off the N2 after Somerset West and just at the bottom of Sir Lowry's Pass onto the R44. Follow the coastal road past Gordon Bay, Rooi Els and Pringle Bay .Turn off the R44 onto Porter Drive after the BP garage in Betty's Bay. After about 2kms go past the sign for the Stony Point penguins and take the next dirt road to your right which is Lakeside Drive. Follow that for 500m till you come to the corner of Lachenalia Road and you will see the signs for the Cactus Lodge.
R15O pps with a minimum of R300 charge.
R75 once off cleaning fee. R500 refundable breakage deposit