About Lalapanzi Hotel
Lalapanzi Hotel is situated on the N1 in the Bandelierkop area. Beautiful old tudor style English Hotel. Wake up to the sound of joyful birds singing. Eight DStv channels in the rooms, Restaurant, Bull and Bush ladies Bar or horse & Cart Sport Bar.
We do skirmishes Tours in the area and opened the Skirmishes Museum on 23 April 2005. Visit Lovedale Park, Sweetwaters Hotel, battle of Vliegenpan and see the bust of Genl Beyers, who now is back in the Soutpansberg.
We have a proper hall with Chandeliers and an indoor braai area. Seat 250 people theatre style and 180 at tables. Ideal for conferences and weddings. We offer our customers free Wi-Fi internet services.
Skirmishes route after the book Bushveld Carbineers of 1895- 1910 can be done - day route. British, German, Australian and Boer War involvement. See the beautiful African villages and scenery of Elim area, where the Swiss built Lemana School, Swiss Hospital.
Game drive vehicle, minimum four, maximum eight people and bird watching possible. Horse drawn cart for game viewing. Walking trails on the large grounds, very interesting wildlife to be seen. Walking and Mountain biking trail of 4 and 7 km. There are Caravan and Camping facilities with power units available and a secluded Bush Boma for private functions and ream building.
Wedding Venues: Garden weddings are possible, with a marquee area for up to 550 people. Our Chandelier Hall caters for 180 guests and beautiful chandeliers and draping add to the romance.
Conference Venues: A newly built 200 seater conference hall has just been added, with a smaller venue seating 45 people. The fully air-conditioned venue offers secretarial services, fax, data projector, white board, flip chart and free Wi-Fi Internet access.
A minimum cancellation fee of 20% will be charged.
Stay between 27 Apr 2020 and 30 Apr 2022 and get 25% off.
- 1 night min stay (check-in between 27 Apr 2020 and 30 Apr 2022)
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling