Daisy Country Lodge

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 600
PRICE (unit):
from R 2,000 - 2,000
Guest House
With magnificent views overlooking the Koppies and Valleys, Daisy Country Lodge is truly an oasis in this semi desert area. Namaqualand is known for its spring flowers, rare succulents, unique indigenous plants, rich history, hospitality, unreal rock formations and the Richtersveld. We are only one hours drive from the Namibian border and nearly half way between Cape Town, RSA and Windhoek, Namibia. With lots to do and see at Daisy, Springbok and the surrounding areas, this is a destination worth visiting over a few days. Bring the kids for a relaxing break in a farm style environment, where you can take walks in the surrounding Koppies, cycle, ride horses or run freely in the valleys. After a day full of fun and adventure, you can relax at our pool or just enjoy the brilliant stars and fresh unpolluted air. This picturesque establishment is wheelchair friendly.
"Very clean"
17 Sep 2018
By Matthias Liebig
"The Room was totally clean and comfortable..."
"Superb stay at Daisy Country Lodge"
04 Sep 2018
By Cornel Brink
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and can fault anything. Helpful staff, good food and pleasant rooms. The view from the room was a plus. If I may make one comment. The logo was not very clear. After looking at it in detail I realised it was a daisy flower, from a distance it is not clear."
"Very neat accommodation"
26 Jun 2018
By F Voges
"Neat and clean. Good quality offering."
"The Area it was still and relaxing"
19 Dec 2017
By Karen Eksteen
"The friendliness and the warm welcome we received."
"Friendly and helpful"
12 May 2017
By Elizabeth Van Heyningen
"We found our hosts friendly and very helpful. They took trouble to ensure that we were comfortable and to help us when they heard what we were doing."
"Quirky and comfortable"
29 Aug 2016
By Sibella, England
"We were a family group of 6 with 3 generations. We liked the unusual exterior to the lodge. Our rooms were comfortable. Dinner and breakfast were totally acceptable. We would recommend the Lodge to anyone passing through Springbok."
"A really great place to stay"
12 Sep 2015
By Jeffrey, England
"We really enjoyed our stay. The room (called Merlyn) was enormous and completely open plan with lovely decor and the different areas (e.g. dressing area, bath, shower areas) on different levels.The only thing that was missing was a door on the toilet (it was behind a partition wall) but we devised songs to sing!'Chris' the rea in the field behind the complex was a bonus, if not a little too inquisitive if you entered his territory!The restaurant turns out to be probably the best in the area, as they are very few and far between in Springbok.Overall a great place to stay."
"Very pleasant mini-farm stay"
22 Jul 2015
By Clive, New Zealand
"We enjoyed a spacious room, cosy fire in room, good dinner at restaurant, nice breakfast, friendly staff. Would recommend."
"Great location, friendly staff"
11 Jan 2015
By Ronnie, South Africa
"The Lodge was away from the main drag, just out of town and had its own restaurant. The room was large and comfortable. A lovely stay, you won't regret it!I would highly recommend this hotel to families."
01 Oct 2014
By Theodor, Austria
"Very nice. Best lamb in SA."