Askari Game Lodge
Magaliesburg - Accommodation - Conference - Wildlife
Askari Game Lodge provides a unique African safari experience with Big 5 wildlife experience in Malaria free area viewing, superb sunday lunches, Elephant Experiences - include bush walks and interaction with our elephants and a 'touch and feed' experience, private museum and ox wagon collection and relaxation therapy at our spa.
All chalets have thatch roofs and wooden patios and include king size (or twin) beds, mini-bars, complimentary tea/ coffee, safes, hairdryers, radio alarm clocks, cooling fans, en-suite with Victorian bath and shower.
The eight new units consist of two Garden Cottages and six Garden Suites. All units overlook a sparkling pool and the Magalies mountain range in the distant. This brings the total of conference or leisure guests which Askari Lodge can accommodate at any given time to 48 singles or 96 guests, sharing.
The tin-roofed, rough plaster units have a distinct farmhouselook. The dark grey exteriors blend effortlessly with the natural surrounds while spacious patios (stoeps) provide a respite from the warm day after a game drive. Braai facilities are included at each unit.
The two Garden Cottages have three bedrooms and a lounge with a sleeper couch. The unit can be made up for single or double occupancy per room and can accommodate a maximum of 8 guests. A fully equipped kitchen makes self-catering meals for families possible, even though the hotel rate includes breakfast. Guest opting for the self-catering cottages do have the option of lunch and dinner at the lodge, at a 10% discount.
Six Garden Suites each have one bedroom and a lounge with a sleeper couch. These units are semi-detached and can be sold as one joint unit which are ideal for families and wedding guests.
Askari Lodge provides excellent facilities, dedicated staff and superb cuisine set in a tranquil bushveld environment, steeped with history.
Askari Game Lodge & Spa is a ten minute drive (11,4 km) from Magaliesburg along the R560 Rustenburg Road, with Harbeespoort Dam only 35 min (41,6 km) away via the R560.