Bellevue Guest Lodge

Bellevue Guest Lodge

Bellevue is the ideal retreat for the nature lover.

Owners Sally and Paul Booker are passionate about their little piece of paradise, and work tirelessly to rehabilitate and conserve it. The resort consists of a Guest House, and a Guest Lodge and is the perfect place to get back in touch with nature.

Bellevue Guest Lodge is a homely self-catering retreat situated on a bio diverse stretch of coastal forest, with beautiful indigenous gardens. The home sleeps 2-24 people, and is serviced.

Self-catering units include Bellevue Lodge, which sleeps 12, Bellevue House (8) and the beautifully appointed 4-bed Bellevue Cottage.

Enjoy the warm coastal hospitality at its best while you enjoy the fresh South Coast air and sunshine next to the pool or taking in the natural beauty of the surroundings. You could go for a walk around the lodge and see more than 170 different tree species, or enjoy some of the other activities for the whole family.

Burn energy on the trampoline, or play a few rounds of snooker while the kids enjoy the eco-play zone, for some educational fun. From play apparatus to fun worksheets, interactive models and a viewing tower that allows you to see the beautiful surroundings and wildlife in their natural habitat, there is definitely something for everyone.

Join Bellevue in conserving and creating our heritage by booking your accommodation today.


Who to contact...

Tel: 039 316 6097

Email: [email protected]


How to get there...

From Durban take the N2 south. Once you have passed through the Oribi Toll Plaza drive for another 25km until you get to a set of traffic lights. Turn right to Ramsgate, pass the farm stall and the crocodile farm. Bellevue Guest Lodge is situated at the top of the hill on the left, opposite Pistols Saloon on the corner BEFORE the Oatlands turnoff.

Special mentions...

Bellevue is a secure, wheelchair-friendly environment, and the perfect venue for school outings or children's parties. Be sure to visit the Bellevue shop for a selection of delicious preserves, jams, refreshments and indigenous plants.

Author: Werner van Dyk

Werner enjoys practicing photography and exploring new places. An avid outdoor enthusiast, Werner spends a lot of time taking pictures of the South Coast's beautiful landscapes.

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