About Zoete Inval Traveller's Lodge
Zoete Inval is one of those places that is REally “out of the box”, because it is simply “home”… to the owners and travellers alike. The Dutch name means “sweet drop in” or sweet welcome. Serving traveller’s needs since 1993, it is still going strong. Their REtro-ECO theme runs throughout. Heritage furniture and quality linens coupled with ECO-creative touches provides “home from home” comfort. Gardens envelop the buildings and the veggie/herb patch provides fresh gREens year round. Touches like the REpurposed wine barrel hammock and the REtyrement furniture ensure REst and RElaxation for weary travelers or holiday makers. Healthy REfueling starts with their “kefir” enriched breakfast with homemade meusli, preserves and fresh fruit. Don’t worry, a protein power punch is available too! REdiscover the garden hideouts and smoker’s corners awaiting to swallow you in the REfreshing gREenery. They are eager to share the practical, simple and fulfilling world of RE with everyone. Zoete Inval Traveller's Lodge is situated in the popular whale-watching town of Hermanus, in the Cape Overberg.
The property comprises 2 venues - HOUSE & LOFT areas. The HOUSE has seven rooms over two floors with a television lounge, a fire-side library, balconies, and a self-service tea and coffee counter. The LOFT consists of two dormitories and a double room with small sitting area. The lodge also offers guest braai facilities, quaint outdoor areas, and secure parking on the premises.
Hermanus has an abundance of great attractions in and around the area: whale watching, shark cage diving, kayaking, wine tours, horseback riding, quadbiking, forest adventures, Abalone Hatchery, Space Center, Big Cat Centre and more. Inquire about special prices for registered guests. FREE stuff includes: hiking trails, Fernkloof Nature Reserve, beach walks, museums.
No smoking and no pets allowed.
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