About Bellevue Lodge
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About Bellevue Lodge
Bellevue Guest Lodge is a charming and comfortable retreat set in 11 hectares of lush forest and spacious gardens. The lodge is situated midway between Ramsgate and Southbroom, near safe sandy beaches, a spectacular coastline and magnificent golf courses. All our accommodation is self-catering and fully equipped with linen, towels, crockery and cutlery.
Bellevue Guest Lodge offers three types of accommodation catering for different sized groups. All accommodation is service daily, except Sundays and public holidays. Facilities include a small swimming pool, a children’s play centre with a trampoline, and nature walks. There are shops, restaurants, Blue Flag beaches, horse riding, nature reserves and a crocodile farm within short driving distance.
Bellevue Guest Lodge is a Natural Heritage Site and our indigenous forest is home to magnificent bird life, blue duikers, bushbucks, porcupines, otters, leguaans, genets, monkeys and rare tree hyraxes. We also offer free access to Bellevue Park, which is an indigenous botanical garden and eco-play zone with interactive play apparatus and educational signage.
- Swimming Pool
Our guest lodge is a private retreat, so for the enjoyment of all our guests we do not allow any guests or day visitors to bring pets. We also do not allow loud music and noise.
Arrival time is from 2 pm onwards and departure time is 9.30 am.
All units are equipped with a TV and satellite dish, we supply SABC 1, 2 and 3, and E-TV, you are welcome to bring your own DStv decoder if you are a Multichoice subscriber.
We change bed linen once a week and bath towels every third day, if you require clean bath towels daily please bring your own, you must bring your own beach and swimming towels.
Please bring all your own food and refreshments, we supply dishwashing liquid, soap and two toilet rolls per bathroom, if you require extra, please bring your own.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling