Umdlalo Lodge - Umtentweni, South Coast

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Umdlalo Lodge

Umtentweni, South Coast - Accommodation

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Umdlalo Lodge is a destination for those seeking tranquillity, quiet and contemporary comfort on the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal. Offering upmarket accommodation, restaurant, conference and Function facilities, Umdlalo Lodge rests peacefully in shady gardens with well-established indigenous trees, a stones throw from the sandy shores of the Umtentweni coastline.

Spacious and comfortable nine on-suite rooms with "˜home comforts' enhance. The experience of your stay with us, whether it is for a business trip, holiday or honeymoon. Add to this an attentive staff and management team with a passion to please and you'll truly experience the luxury of putting your feet up.

Satiated appetite and afternoon naps are rewards that you deserve...And we'll make them happen.

Zizi's Restaurant, a Ladies Bar and expansive veranda with sea views make for lazy afternoons that melt away into the sunset.

We're waiting... for you!

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Umdlalo Lodge, Umtentweni, South Coast

Establishment Facilities
  • American Express
  • Conference Facilities
  • Diners Club
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
  • Wedding Facilities
Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Non Smoking
  • Phone
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Umdlalo Lodge, Umtentweni, South Coast

  • AA Travel Guides
  • Tourism Grading Council

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Directions to Umdlalo Lodge

Map of Umdlalo Lodge in Umtentweni, South Coast


Directions to Umdlalo Lodge

GPS Co-Ordinates: 30° 27' 58" E / 30° 42' 35.1" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Umdlalo Lodge in Umtentweni, South Coast

Departing: King Shaka International Airport
Address: M65, La Mercy 4405, South Africa
Distance: 151 km / Duration: 1 hour 27 mins
1. Head southeast 1.3 km
2. Take the 1st left onto Mdloti St
Toll road
1.7 km
3. Continue onto M65
Toll road
0.7 km
4. Keep right at the fork and merge onto N2
Partial toll road
144 km
5. Take exit 51 toward Saint Faiths/Port Shepstone N 0.6 km
6. Turn left toward Rethman Dr 1.7 km
7. Continue straight onto Rethman Dr
Destination will be on the left
1.1 km

Nearest Airport

King Shaka International Airport - Durban


In May 2010 King Shaka International Airport was opened and is three times bigger than the original Durban International Airport.

The airport has been named after the great warrior and 19th century ruler, Zulu King Shaka. This international airport is the third busiest airport in South Africa with around 7 million passengers. It is 35 kilometres away from the centre of Durban.

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