Get To Know King's Lodge

King's Lodge Hotel is a country hotel set in peaceful surroundings, offering cosy and comfortable accommodation, mouthwatering food and friendly staff.


Everything You Need

Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

Enjoy our large swimming pool with a nearby Jungle Gym for the children to enjoy

Cosy Bar

Cosy Bar

A cosy bar offering pub lunches, a fireplace, flat screen TV’s to enjoy with a cocktail on the summer days or something a bit more suited for when it snows!

Country styles Resaurant

Country styles Resaurant

A country restaurant with home cooked food.  A breakfast buffet is served daily which is prepared by our experienced chef who is passionate about good food.

Enjoy The Great Outdoors

Enjoy The Great Outdoors

King’s Lodge is centrally located to most of the popular waterfalls, hiking and walking trails.

Bowling Green

Bowling Green

Enjoy a game of bowls amid the towering oak trees


Comfort & Relaxation

All our rooms are equipped by default with the following amenities:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Private bathrooms
  • Widescreen LCD
Standard Rooms

Standard Rooms - From R470 p/p sharing

Bed and Breakfast

Simple, rustic and warm accommodation, ideal for the adventurous or relaxed tourist

Honeymoon Suite

Honeymoon Suite - From R470 p/p sharing

Bed & Breakfast

Start your happily ever after in our Honeymoon Suite, ideal for newlyweds, couples renewing their vows or anniversary celebrations

Self-Catering Cottages

Self-Catering Cottages - From R795.00 per couple sharing

Self Catering

Private, fully equipped and furnished units ideal for groups ranging in size, of 2 - 5 pax



Popular Attractions

Madonna & Child Falls

Madonna & Child Falls:

As with many of the waterfalls around Hogsback, the Madonna and Child Falls can be accessed from a number of starting points, depending on how far you want to walk. The quickest route is via a short path on the edge of Wolfridge Road. Simply park your car at the signboard and walk on down the path to the falls. While this is most definitely the shortest route, it's still pretty steep, and can get slippery in the wet so you'll need to be prepared for that.

The Eco Shrine

The Eco Shrine:

Built in 1995 by Diana Graham, this beautiful place is imbued with a sense of homage.

The approach to the Eco-Shrine begins with a long, leafy tunnel of Hazelnut trees that opens into a spacious, park-like garden.  The visitor's eye is soon drawn to a 6 meter high tree sculpture Diana Graham carved from the remains of a redwood tree that had been struck by lightning.

Over the years it has become one of the major tourist attractions in the area. Diana says that it seems to generate a life of its own with meditations, concerts, weddings, art exhibitions, etc. Diana also runs environmental art workshops for scholars.

The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth:

The Labyrinth at The Edge is an eleven-circuit Labyrinth, similar in design to the Labyrinth in the Chartres Cathedral in France. It is one of the most intricate Labyrinth designs. The Labyrinth at The Edge has a diameter of 29 meters and a circumference of 91 meters. The length of the pathway is 700 meters, and the total distance of the walk to the centre and out is 1.4 kilometers, making it one of the largest Labyrinths in the world! It was completed in 2002.

The Labyrinth has a protecting and nurturing nature. Homes, seafaring ships and Cathedrals often had a Labyrinth carving or painting, usually on the masthead or over the front door, to keep all within safe.


Weddings at King's Lodge


Location Information

Don't hesitate to use the form our contact details to get in touch:

6 Main Road, Hogsback

(045) 962 1024