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African Array Lodge in Plettenberg Bay
This One of a kind hostel will take your Breath away with all its beauty and nature
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Welcome and thank you for taking the time to check out African Array Lodge. You can find us off the N2 just a stone throw from town in the forest between an array of fragrant Fynbos on a high cliff overlooking the Roodefontein Dam and an amazing valley with a stud farm and the Plettenberg bay Golf course with an Array of views that stretches all the way to the Robberg Peninsular.
This One of a kind hostel will take your Breath away with all its beauty and nature. Lay in the Garden on one of the Hammocks scattered between the Fynbos overlooking the amazing view or relax with the free Wi Fi on the Deck and watch as the Birds of Prey hovers in the valley below and the Knysna Lories gliding from tree to tree. At night we make fires inside and outside, enjoy a game of foosball or sip on an ice cold beer or cocktail while meeting other like-minded travellers.
Anytime you get hungry you can order from the menu or make use of the well-stocked kitchen with everything you need to make your own meal or grab a braai pack and slap it on the Braai (BBQ). African Array will even supply you with the Herbs and Spices you need to make your meal special.
The adventure desk will be happy to assist you with booking activities, car rentals, tours and Baz Bus or Main liner Buses.
Tel: 044 533 9108 (office hours)
Fax: 086 504 7247
Cell: 073 133 9872 (office hours)
African Array Lodge
P O Box 983
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