About Kosmos Lodge
Less than an hour from Johannesburg and Pretoria, Kosmos Lodge offers a romantic getaway in the picturesque Kosmos Village.
Kosmos Lodge consists of 3 luxury en-suite rooms, each with a queen size bed, a shower and beautiful views of the dam. For your comfort, each room is equipped with air-conditioning, under floor heating in mid-winter and a gas fireplace. The Lodge has a communal lounge with a cosy fireplace. Included in the accommodation rate, you will also be provided with a continental breakfast, which shall be placed in your room with the turndown service the night before.
Kosmos Village is a secure, boomed off area and the Lodge has safe parking inside the property fence. Wi-fi is available on request. Kosmos Lodge is ideal for a romantic break away or for wedding guests to overnight after attending a wedding at any of the beautiful venues in the area. The Lodge is also close to Chameleon Village, the Elephant and Monkey sanctuaries and various golf courses. Situated at the foot of the Magalies Mountain, overlooking the peaceful waters of the Hartebeespoort Dam, the peace and quiet is refreshing and the birdlife is diverse and beautiful. Come and relax. You might just hear the call of the fish eagle or the baboons barking in the mountain.
Spa: Spa treatments in the privacy of your room can be arranged. Alternatively there are some good spas close by!
Romantic: Kosmos Lodge is ideal for a romantic break away or for wedding guests to stay over to attend a wedding at any of the lovely venues in the area.
Covid Safety Approved: Limited rooms = low risk. Masks and regular sanitization. Surfaces are cleaned regularly with a 90% alcohol sanitizer. Towels and linen are professionally laundered. Touch-less dustbins.
• Regret no pets allowed.
• No smoking inside the rooms or lounge. No more than 2 guests per room will be allowed.
• Minimum stay of 2 nights, unless otherwise specified.
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