About Treetops Lodge
Treetops lodge offers comfortable overnight accommodation situated in Margate, tucked away from the crowds but only minutes from the centre of town. The lodge is in a unique and beautiful setting among large trees, enjoying a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere.
Choose between our bed and breakfast rooms or the self-catering units, all with private entrances and situated in a sub-tropical garden. All the rooms are equipped with bar fridges, tea and coffee trays, safes and ceiling fans. Bring your own decoder and smart card for DStv access.
Freshly cooked breakfasts are served either in the elegant dining room or on one of the garden patios. There is a guest lounge area with a bar and several braai areas available on the property.
There is a lovely swimming pool surrounded by tropical plants and trees, as well as sun loungers on the grass. Enjoy a good book in the garden while numerous butterflies flutter around you. Safe off-street parking is available.
There is no refund for early departure.
This deposit is non-refundable.
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