Equipped and decorated to the highest and most soothing standards, this self-catering double-storey log cabin boasts three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and sleeps eight people. Such is its privacy, you can luxuriate in a bath looked upon only by a forest and an enormous sky.
Your own piece of paradise
Centre-piece of the spacious open plan living area is a fitted log fire for those quiet, romantic evenings. Two decks give you a choice of forest and lake views and once sundowners are over, the built-in deck braai beckons.
The second lodge is a single-storey log cabin that has three Bedrooms, one Bathroom and sleeps six people. The 2nd lodge also has an open plan living area which includes a centre fireplace for those quiet, romantic evenings. There is also a Weber braai that can be used on the amazing outside deck that leads out of the lounge and overlooks the spectacular Stanford Lake.
Right at your doorstep, the 17 hectare Stanford Lake, whose waterfall feeds the spectacular Ebenezer Dam, has trout and bass to test your fly fishing skills - and the surrounding areas are perfect for hiking, birding, horse riding, canoeing, biking and 4x4 trails.
Escape beyond the turmoil of the city - and those over-crowded resorts. Claim your private piece of paradise for a weekend- or more.
Stanford Lake Lodge, less than 3 hour's drive from Pretoria. Just you, close friends, the water, the forests and endless skies.
Birds seen at Stanford Lake Lodge
The area with bracken
Some of the birds that you will see in the area with the ferns and low bushes that is found on the slopes that border Stanford Lake are the following birds: Tawny-flanked Prinia, Drakensberg Prinia, , Dark-capped Yellow Warbler, Barrat's Warbler , Cape White-eye, Dark-Capped Bulbul, Sombre Greenbul, Cape Weaver, Spectacled Weaver, Cape Grassbird, Red-collared widow, Swee waxbill, Common waxbill, Brown-hooded Kingfisher, Greater double-collared sunbird, Lesser double-collared sunbird, Amethyst sunbird, Fiscal Shrike, Southern Boubou, Lazy Cisticola, Neddicky, Stonechat, Levaillant's Cisticola, Hadeda Ibis, Long-crested Eagle, Steppe buzzard, Forest