Welcome to Woodbury Lodge
Set above the Bushmans River valley
Four star rated Woodbury Lodge is spectacularly set against a cliff above the Bushmans River valley in the Amahkala Game Reserve. It offers an intimate and tranquil experience of the Eastern Cape riverine bushveld at its best. It is the ideal place for families to relax and enjoy the bush together.Guests are often thrilled by the late afternoon sighting of the elephant herd passing by.
All rooms have private decks and large bathrooms with a view over the plains. Child minding facilities available.
A range of game viewing and other activities such as the river cruise and bush walks are on offer, or you could just recline around the communal swimming pool and enjoy some sun while the birds keep you company. Woodbury Lodge also provides guests with a lovely curio shop at the reception, so you can take home a memento of your time on the Amakhala Game Reserve. There is also a central fire place for those cold evenings and a bar to keep you well supplied. Unfortunately No under 6 years are permitted on game drives.
Guests are accommodated in 6 comfortably appointed stone–and–thatch sleeping lodges, our beds are king size or 2 singles on request , all connected by a pebble walkways, each with air conditioning (hot and cold) and en–suite bathroom with heated bathroom floors, including 2 family suites which includes a king bed with 2 singles . The seclusion of the suites from the main lodge and central commune area, along with the design of the bathrooms and individual outdoor relaxation areas enable our visitors to enjoy the unique and breathtaking views at their leisure.
Take the N2 from Port Elizabeth to Grahamstown. Approximately 70 kilometers, cross the Bushmans River and turn right at the Woodbury Lodge signposted entrance. Continue through the Reserve, following the signs to Woodbury Lodge.
GPS coordinates: S 33.30.30.09 / E 26.09.14.71
Woodbury Lodge offers Wifi in public areas by the main lodge.
Woodbury Lodge won the Luxury Travel Guide, Africa and Middle East Awards 2016, private lodge of the year for the Eastern Cape.