The Lodge is situate 4kms from the CBD on the R67 Fort Baefort Rd at Melton Gardens.Privancy, relaxation and unobtrusive service is what Maidenhead offers- an escape from the city in a country stlye setting. The exquiisitely enthic furnished guests rooms are located at the front and rear of the property. All rooms have the panoramic views of the surrounding montains and country medows of the area.
Maidenhead Country Lodge is a highly recommended, 4 star guest house in Queenstown.
Maidenhead has 13 luxury rooms all with en-suite bathrooms. Five of the rooms are thached cottages,and the rest are with iron sheets, and four have Air corns. there is a two bedroom self catering unit fully furinished and all have views of the surrounding moutains and the beautiful garden where ostriches and other small animals watch the fallow deer graze. Choose between Luxury, Double, Standard or Self catering.
The Honeymoon Suite has a king size bed, bar fridge and TV with DSTV and MNET. This suite faces the mountain and has spectacular views. It has a bath and shower, two hand basins, its own etrance and coffee/tea facilities.
It is also the ideal venue for corporate think tanks with conference facilities to accommodate 25 to 30 people. Laundry facilities on request.
Queenstown, in the Eastern Cape was founded in 1853 and was originally a millitary outpost designed to protect the British settlers from attack during the time of the Frontier wars. The town laid around a central hexagon, which was to be the latter to which the citizens would flee in time of troulbe. Although still distinguishing feature of the town today, the hexagon was never used for its intended purpose.
The town hall's foundation was laid in 1882 with the clock tower added in 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee.
Hiking trails offering marvellous views of Queenstown.
Lawrence de Lange Game Reserve: species include eland, gemsbok, kudu, blesbok, springbok, ostrich, zebra, Idian water buffalo, wildebeest, rhinoceros, giraffe.
Longhill Nature Reserve
Bongolo Dam was built in 1905 the name Bongolo is derived from the Xhosa word 'mbongolo' meaning donkey as these animals were extensively used in the construction of the dam. The dam is widely utilised for all sorts of water sport such as yachting, power boating, water skiing and wind surfing.
Stone drinking fountain for horses,dating back to the Victorian era.
1921 British-built steam locomotive that was used to pull the Royal Train when King George VI, Queen Elizabth and the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret visited Queenstown in 1947.