Chrislin African Lodge
Addo Elephant National Park
Experience true African accommodation when staying at Chrislin African Lodge in traditionally built mud huts located on an eco-friendly farm, just 12 km from the main gate of the Addo Elephant National Park.
Each hut is constructed with mud and dung, and offers spacious and comfortable eco-friendly accomodation. All the huts have en-suite bathrooms, tea/coffee making facilities, ceiling fans, alarm clock/radio's and hair dryers.
The tranquil setting is described as paradise by nature and bird lovers. If not exploring one of the nearby game reserves, time can be spent relaxing along side the pool or in the lounging lapa.
|Our standard rates for a Standard En-Suite Hut|
|1 May 2014 to 30 September 2014||GBP £ 27 US$ 45 ZAR 475 EUR 34||pps||Standard||1+ nights|
|1 October 2014 to 30 April 2015||GBP £ 31 US$ 52 ZAR 550 EUR 39||pps||Standard||1+ nights|
Prices are on a per person sharing basis (pps).Special offers for longer stays or when booked as part of a longer itinerary may apply - details on request.
Breakfast is included.
Children of any age are welcome. Rates available on request.
General Information For Guests
Master and Visa credit cards are accepted.
During high season, evening meals and light lunches can be provided on request. Usually the evening meal will be a "braai", which is a South African barbeque. Cost on request.
All Standard and Luxury huts have en-suite bathrooms (with shower, basin and toilet), tea / coffee making facilities, ceiling fan, alarm clock / radio and hair dryer. The Luxury huts are also equipped with a fridge, air-conditioning, a lounge area with sleeper couch and dressing room.
From The Garden Route/Port Elizabeth: Take the N2 past Port Elizabeth and Bluewater Bay. Take the Motherwell/Markmann (R335) turnoff to Addo. Keep on this road for about 40km until you reach the Addo village. Opposite the Police station, take a left turn down Valentine Road (which becomes a gravel road). The guest house is about 2 km down Valentine Road.
From East London: Take the R72 as far as the Nanaga intersection. Take the N10 in the direction of Paterson/Cradock. At Paterson, take a left turn onto the R342 to Addo. Drive about 40km (past the entrance of the Addo Elephant park) until you reach the village of Addo. Opposite the Police station, take a left turn down Valentine Road (which becomes a gravel road). The guest house is about 2 km down Valentine Road.
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