About Richtersveld Experience Lodge
The feeling here at the Richtersveld Experience Lodge is distinctly Mediterranean. We are situated in the WestCoast town of Port Nolloth, in the heart of Namaqualand, a quiet town where going nowhere slowly is a daily practice. For the yearly floral enthusiasts, our town is also the perfect base from which to plan your routes and to relax between trips into the Richtersveld.
There's something for everyone at Richtersveld Experience Lodge. We offer five spacious fully equipped self-catering units, all at very affordable prices that are ideal for a quick getaway. Our units range from a small, open-plan unit offering at least two single beds, a kitchenette and bathroom, to a spacious apartment-style unit with a big bedroom with a double bed and a single bed plus three single beds as part of the lounge, a spacious, fully equipped kitchen, and a bathroom with both a bath and shower. All units have a fan and daily services of all units available on request for an additional fee. We also offer Dstv Easyview channels in the units. An open courtyard enables you to park directly in front of your unit.
Port Nolloth Spar stocks everything a lazy holidaymaker needs, all less than 2 km from where you'll be staying, while our local pharmacy offers a variety of gifts and medical supplies. Come and enjoy one of the most peaceful places on earth, and make your next holiday one to remember.
Family friendly: Indoor recreational room with inside braai, pool table, dart board and free Wi-fi
Covid Safety Approved: All communication done telephonically ONLY, office kept closed. Masked staff maintain strict hygiene practices, sanitising all rooms before & after stay, then leaving units vacant for 24 hours etc. Sanitiser provided in each unit.
The unit can be serviced at an additional fee. Please confirm with office on date of arrival should you wish to make use of this service.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling