Black Eagle Lodges
Caledon, Overberg - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:Tucked away in the Overberg Mountains outside Caledon, Black Eagle Lodge and Villa offer a tranquil farm-style retreat just 90 minutes from Cape Town. Revive your soul, surrounded by nature, from the privacy of these beautiful self-catering lodges, spaced nearly a kilometer apart, on the mountain slopes of a working farm, hidden halfway between Caledon and Botriver.
Offering respite from busy schedules, Black Eagle Lodge and Villa are ideally suited to a holiday of total relaxation, whether it's catching up on your reading or pedaling the road. Reconnect with family and loved ones as you take in the beauty of nature and explore the activities of this working farm.
Totally secluded from the world yet positioned centrally, one can comfortably explore the surrounding areas of the Western Capes' Overberg - from Gansbaai and Hermanus to Greyton. Savour the wines of the highly rated Hemel-en-Aarde and Botriver region or float in the famous natural hot springs in Caledon, a mere 20 minutes away.
Our original self-catering stone Lodge accommodates up to six people, with a loft above the fireplace offering an inviting sleeping area for two extra children. Rustic yet with comfortable beds and crisp cotton linen, this cosy Lodge overlooks a spring-fed dam and is half a kilometre away from the new Villa, ensuring complete privacy. Features include a boma-style enclosed barbecue/braai area, 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en suite) and open-plan living area with stone fireplace. Being eco-friendly, there is no electricity, however solar - powered lighting and plenty of candles are offered.
Stylish and sophisticated, our new self-catering Villa is beautifully decorated with luxury touches, from fireplaces in two of the bedrooms to pure cotton bed linen. It accommodates up to six guests in three expansive double bedrooms, each with an en suite bathroom. Guests who need to connect with friends or work can make use of wireless internet from the comfort of a sunlounger on the villa's expansive stoep. Being eco-friendly, there is no electricity, but sufficient solar-generated power for charging cell phones, cameras, and laptops.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Black Eagle Lodges, Caledon, Overberg
- Children Welcome
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for Black Eagle Lodges, Caledon, Overberg
- Tourism Grading Council
Things to do near Caledon, Overberg
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 19° 20' 54.4" E / 34° 17' 11.1" S
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|Departing: Cape Town International Airport|
|Address: 37 Aviation Crescent, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa|
|Distance: 91.8 km / Duration: 1 hour 19 mins|
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