Take a look at Lidiko Lodge

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iol travel jan 14 Lidiko Lodge pic 1 . The walkway to Lidiko Lodge is paved with good intentions.

Durban - Lidiko Lodge is a well-appointed, family owned and managed four-star lodge centrally situated in the village of St Lucia, Zululand, KwaZulu-Natal, in the heart of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site.

The main building of the lodge is one of the original thatched buildings erected in St Lucia that oozes an old world Zululand charm. It houses the reception area, drawing room, art gallery (showcasing the best of the local artists and crafters), a small library for guests, as well as the dining deck with views of the park like gardens.

The lodge rooms are decorated in a contemporary Afro-colonial style and fitted with a bar fridge; wall safe; television; hairdryer and complimentary coffee and tea facilities.

All the rooms are generously proportioned, offering full air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms (bath and separate shower) and private patio. All the rooms overlook the sparkling pool or magnificent lodge gardens. Convenient on site parking is provided.

At Lidiko, guests are accommodated in style and comfort and it is the ultimate destination for those seeking the best of a beach and bush holiday or simply wishing to escape to a serene setting.

Travel Club members get a 10 percent discount valid until end of 2013.

l More details: 035 590 1581 or e-mail [email protected] for more information. - Saturday Star

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