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Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge
Spitzkoppen Lodge

Spitzkoppen Lodge: gallery


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Spitzkoppen Lodge: picture gallery


Spitzkoppe Lodge consists of 15 bungalows...
...scattered at the foot of its impressive namesake mountain range...
Inside the bungalows are tastefully decorated in neutral tones...
...with my some stylish...
...contemporary features.
Each bungalow also has a terrace with seating...
...that looks out onto the plains and the surrounding mountains.
The bathrooms are well-appointed with some rustic touches.
There is one family unit, consisting of two bungalows...
...linked by a walkway.
The chalets are linked to the main area by raised walkways...
...as the walk to the furthest chalets can be long, transport is on hand.
At the main area the open plan dining area...
...and bar open out on to...
...a small plunge pool with spectacular views of the plains below.
Activities here focus on walks around...
...the impressive geological features...
...found in the area.
There is also some rock art that can be visited with a guide.
You may spot the odd lizard...
... or perhaps a Zebra or 2...
...but the mountains are the stars of the show.
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Spitzkoppe Lodge consists of 15 bungalows...
Spitzkoppe Lodge consists of 15 bungalows...
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...scattered at the foot of its impressive namesake mountain range...
...scattered at the foot of its impressive namesake mountain range...
3 of 22
Inside the bungalows are tastefully decorated in neutral tones...
Inside the bungalows are tastefully decorated in neutral tones...
4 of 22
...with my some stylish...
...with my some stylish...
5 of 22
...contemporary features.
...contemporary features.
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Each bungalow also has a terrace with seating...
Each bungalow also has a terrace with seating...
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...that looks out onto the plains and the surrounding mountains.
...that looks out onto the plains and the surrounding mountains.
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The bathrooms are well-appointed with some rustic touches.
The bathrooms are well-appointed with some rustic touches.
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There is one family unit, consisting of two bungalows...
There is one family unit, consisting of two bungalows...
10 of 22
...linked by a walkway.
...linked by a walkway.
11 of 22
The chalets are linked to the main area by raised walkways...
The chalets are linked to the main area by raised walkways...
12 of 22
...as the walk to the furthest chalets can be long, transport is on hand.
...as the walk to the furthest chalets can be long, transport is on hand.
13 of 22
At the main area the open plan dining area...
At the main area the open plan dining area...
14 of 22
...and bar open out on to...
...and bar open out on to...
15 of 22
...a small plunge pool with spectacular views of the plains below.
...a small plunge pool with spectacular views of the plains below.
16 of 22
Activities here focus on walks around...
Activities here focus on walks around...
17 of 22
...the impressive geological features...
...the impressive geological features...
18 of 22
...found in the area.
...found in the area.
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There is also some rock art that can be visited with a guide.
There is also some rock art that can be visited with a guide.
20 of 22
You may spot the odd lizard...
You may spot the odd lizard...
21 of 22
... or perhaps a Zebra or 2...
... or perhaps a Zebra or 2...
22 of 22
...but the mountains are the stars of the show.
...but the mountains are the stars of the show.

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