Situated in the Overberg, between Bredasdorp and Struisbaai alongside Soetendalsvlei –
southern Africa’s largest natural body of fresh water – Langrug Lodge is a splendidly secluded and beautifully restored,
self-catering cottage that was originally build in 1912.
I dreamt of Africa. A cottage beneath the biggest bluest sky of all. Expansive vlei out front, endless fields behind. Wild neighbors far too shy to show.
I dreamt of solitude. A place of perfect quiet. Of lapping water and timid birds. Of long, long walks across the veld.
I dreamt of comfort. Crackling fires and broad, soft sofas. Of timber table tops, first planed centuries ago.
I dreamt of deep, hot baths. And still, dark nights. Where silence lulls and soothes.
I dreamt of all this and now that it’s real, my dream has somehow changed…
I want the world to know my peace of Africa but, on the other hand, I’d like to keep it all to myself.
It is fully-equipped and sleeps six in comfort. The shoreline and grasslands around the vlei host a variety of bird species, small mammals and reptiles, making it a rewarding experience for bird, nature-lovers and those who simply appreciate peace and quiet beneath the African skies.
Langrug Lodge is just 10km from the gloriously long, white beaches of Struisbaai, 15km from the southern most tip of Africa, L’ Agulhas and 25km from the charming seaside village of Arniston.
De Mond Nature Reserve, with its rich and varied flora and fauna is 15km east.