About St Francis Golf Lodge
Presiding over the 1st tee of the award winning Jack Nicklaus designed Links course, St Francis Golf Lodge is a place where golf enthusiasts can escape to indulge their favourite pastime and relax in the beautiful surrounds of St Francis Bay in Southern Africa. Thoughtful service, laid back comfort, and the opportunity to test your mettle on one of the Top 10 Golf Course in South Africa is all part of the St Francis Lodge experience. Guests can expect to leave us with a replenished spirit and renewed love of the game.
A combination of elegant African style and comfort awaits the visitor. The lodge comprises two five bedroom houses adjacent to each other and it is located within walking distance of The Links Clubhouse.The Lighthouse Restaurant and Jack’s Bar at the Clubhouse is open from 6h30 am daily for breakfast and lunch and on Monday and Wednesday evenings for dinner. The Clubhouse also has excellent conference facilities as well as a Day Spa.
Stay in one of our 10 stylish en-suite rooms each equipped with a tea tray, ceiling fan, heater, electronic safe, hairdryer and flat screen TV’s with hospitality DSTV channels.
eight of our Double or Twin en-suite bedrooms have walk-in showers, double vanities and standing balconies with views of the golf course, the ocean and the mountains in the distance. The remaining two Double or Twin bedrooms each have a full en-suite bathroom with bath, shower and single vanity as well as a large private patio with a outdoor shower. These rooms do not have views of the golf course but they are more spacious and are at street entrance level no stairs.
Spa: Aqua Spa 70m at the Club House.
Golf: On the 1st Tee of the now famous Jack Nicklaus designed St Francis Links. We offer Membership to our guests for reduced green fees. St Francis Golf Club 1km, 18 more holes to test your golf. Jubilee Lakes, another Jack Nicklaus design 12km
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