Richards Bay, Zululand - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:This stunning Richards Bay accommodation offers all the comfort and luxury you require, and your hosts, Marilynne and Rob are ready to offer you a wonderful experience at astonishingly affordable rates. Situated in the peaceful and tranquil village of Kwambonambi near to Richards Bay and Empangeni, Marrob Lodge is close to the tourist attractions of St. Lucia, Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve - a cultural village and cheetah breeding scheme, Shakaland and Simunye.
Enjoy home cooked evening meals (by arrangement) and full English breakfasts in the lapa and enjoy sundowners at the bar or relax in the rock pool at this accommodation in Richards Bay.
Marrob Lodge has secure, safe parking and can offer you double or single rooms, a family suite or a self-catering flatlet as your preferred type of accommodation in Kwambonambi.
Marrob Lodge B&B Guest House offers 5 en suite bedrooms, a 2-bedroomed suite ideal for the family unit, and a 1 bedroomed self catering flatlet, attached to the main lodge, but with its own private entrance.
All bedrooms offer:
• Coffee and tea facilities in each room
• Bathrooms, some with reconditioned, antique baths and others with glass fronted showers
• All rooms are under thatch - cool in Summer and snug in Winter
• Remote controlled ceiling fans
• 2-pin and 3-pin plugs for your cell phone and hairdryer
Stay in Richards Bay at Marrob Lodge where the family room is ideal for families who have young children. The flat sleeps 2 adults in a double bed, and 2 children in bunk beds, and is fully furnished and equipped. There is an en suite bathroom and a kitchen with a combined lounge/seating area. The room can also be used as other accommodation, should the rest of the rooms be full.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Marrob Lodge, Richards Bay, Zululand
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Non Smoking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for Marrob Lodge, Richards Bay, Zululand
- Tourism Grading Council
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Directions to Marrob Lodge
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 32° 4' 7.4" E / 28° 35' 8.3" S
By Car / Driving
Driving to Marrob Lodge in Richards Bay, Zululand
|Departing: King Shaka International Airport|
|Address: M65, La Mercy 4405, South Africa|
|Distance: 164 km / Duration: 1 hour 40 mins|
|1.||Head southeast||1.3 km|
|2.||Take the 1st left onto Mdloti St
|3.||Continue onto M65
|4.||Keep left at the fork and merge onto N2
Partial toll road
|5.||Take the exit||0.8 km|
|6.||Turn left||3.2 km|
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