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The Rooms

The lodge, with its stylishly decorated 47 rooms and suites, is set alongside the first fairway of the championship ‘De Zalze Golf Course’. The clubhouse is just on the other side of the Blaauwklippen river and within walking distance.

The rooms enjoy breathtaking views of the Stellenbosch Mountains and are surrounded by 120 hectares of vineyards. Guests can enjoy a full or continental breakfast overlooking the first green while being shaded by old oaks.

Accommodation is available in a variety of units: 6 x two bedroom luxury family suites, 11 x one bedroom luxury suites, 15 x superior rooms and 9 x standard rooms.

Although the lodge offers all the comforts associated with a four star facility, our 2 bedroom family suites and 1 bedroom luxury suites are available with kitchens or kitchenettes, complete with microwave and cutlery and crockery for those who prefer to self-cater.

Our superior rooms are equipped with a small bar fridge as well as tea and coffee making facilities

To view what each room has to offer please click on the photo below for each specific room type, as well as more pictures for that particular room type.

Two Bedroom Suite One Bedroom Suite Superior Room Standard Room
Two Bedroom Suite One Bedroom Suite Superior Room Standard Room

There’s a rim-flow swimming pool, a range of vineyard trails for hiking or running, mountain bike trails, as well as wine tastings.

In addition to 24-hour security, all accommodation, both suites and individual rooms, are air-conditioned, fitted with under floor heating, satellite television, internet access, room safes and even European wall plugs. 

Swimming Pool Pool inside The lodge from the cellar The lodge at fairway 1

Attentive, thoughtful but unobtrusive service is the Lodges’ hallmark.

As the Lodge is just 3 km from the beautifully preserved, historic university town of Stellenbosch, it is ideally located for exploring what is one of South Africa’s oldest communities.  Many of the original buildings have been faithfully restored, giving visitors a glimpse of life in the town 200 and even 300 years ago.  There are many outstanding examples to see of Cape Dutch domestic architecture, mainly along Dorp Street, as well as several leading art galleries, museums, beautiful boutiques, antique shops, jewelers, farm stalls and an exciting range of restaurants, bistros and brasseries,

Saturday morning organic and flea markets provide a wonderful opportunity for browsing and engaging with the area’s creative talent.

Kleine Zalze also lies on the Stellenbosch Wine Route, South Africa’s most prominent wine route and source of most of the country’s award-winning wines, making it the perfect base from which to learn firsthand about the country’s famous names in wines.

Golfers can indulge virtually on the spot at the De Zalze Golf Course - one of the Cape’s finest venues - and continue at a range of other top-ranking courses in the Winelands and beyond.

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