Inkungu is a boutique hotel lodge that offers luxury accommodation to guests. All guests are accommodated with personal service and attention to detail.
Each room in the lodge has been individually designed with hand-picked furniture and gorgeous fabrics. Many of the rooms boast antiques, each with a unique story behind them.
The lodge offers six standard rooms, four double rooms and two twin rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Each room leads out to a veranda with a stunning views of the Drakensberg mountains. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen television with DSTV and tea/coffee facilities. Four of the eight rooms are also equipped with fireplaces.
The romantic Honeymoon Suite with a own lounge and private bar is a sought-after retreat for newlyweds. An Executive Presidential Suite, also with informal lounge and private bar, lends an air of comfort and relaxation for the travelling business executive.
Inkungu Lodge also offers accommodation, when available, within the individually-owned luxury houses on the greater Inkungu Estate.
Each luxury sandstone house is spacious and fully furnished and comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and open-plan lounge/dining area leading out to a deck or patio with stunning views.
Inkungu Lodge is the perfect setting for an intimate wedding ceremony. The sandstone lodge blends in seamlessly with the surrounding mountains, offering a magnificent backdrop for your wedding ceremony and photographs.
Inkungu Lodge is the ideal venue for conferences and group getaways. They can accommodate groups of up to 25 people in a fully equipped conference room within the lodge. Their larger venue on-site is suitable for larger groups of up to 100 delegates and like the lodge, also has pub and braai (barbeque) facilities. Or the chefs can prepare a delectable menu to suit your theme and budget. Larger gala evenings can be held in the lapa. The lapa can accommodate a maximum of 80 delegates.
- Trout fishing;
- Bird-watching; and
Activities in the surrounding area:
- Bushmen paintings;
- River Rafting;
- Mountain boarding;
- Zip line;
- Horse riding;
- Abseling; and
- Quad biking.