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Heidelberg Kloof Lodge



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Heidelberg Kloof Lodge was built especially with keeping our guests needs in mind. Nestled at the foot of the beautiful Suikerbosrand with its earthy and tranquil surroundings is your “Home from Home” and ensures a restful stay at excellent value for money. It is an ideal place for conferences, a business trip, holiday or just an overnight stay with secure parking.

We offer 18 luxury and comfortable en-suite rooms each with a personal touch furnished in a classical style. The rooms are designed in such a way that they have a beautiful view of the Heidelberg Kloof and its many dams, as well as a specially designed koi pond which lends for a relaxing atmosphere.

Heidelberg Kloof Lodge

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Latitude -26.4963° S 26.4963° S 26° 29' 46.68" -26° 29.778'
Longitude 28.3506° E 28.3506° E 28° 21' 2.16" 28° 21.036'
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Heidelberg Kloof Estate - R23
Stand 31
Heidelberg
Gauteng
South Africa
1441
Phone No.
087 942 5502
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 87 942 5502

Fax No.
087 942 5503
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 87 942 5503

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