Pine Lake Inn
- “Warm hospitality nestling at the Kruger Park”
Nestling in the woodlands and overlooking a vast lake, the whole setting for Pine Lake Inn exudes peace and tranquility. An
inspirational setting for your conference or incentive programme and fully equipped with all the technical support you will
This home away from home has an intimate atmosphere, lending a feeling of understated elegance and comfort which perfectly
compliments the breathtaking scenic beauty of the environment.
There is also a swimming pool where you can enjoy relaxed dining outdoors, or enjoy our bowljng green and floodlit tennis
court. This idyllically positioned hotel is also just 35km outside the world-renowned Kruger National Park.
Pine Lake Inn is situated in a malaria free area, 35km from the Kruger National Park and a short distance from Sudwala Caves, Sabie Falls and Pilgrims Rest.
The resort is a popular venue for conferences, romantic get-aways and fun filled family holidays.
Guests can enjoy relaxed outdoor meals alongside the pool or overlooking the lake.
The Kingfisher Restaurant offers a vast choice from a la Carte or delicious buffet and the Feathers Bar is a fun place to meet for a sundowner or night-cap.
The natural decor blends harmoniously with the breathtaking scenery, creating an atmosphere of understated elegance and comfort. Accommodation at Pine Lake Inn:
- 36 Standard Rooms
- 40 Deluxe Rooms
- 3 Executive Suites
- 9 Standard Family Rooms
- 38 Superior Rooms
- 2 Suites
Each of the 128 rooms is furnished with a private bathroom, telephone, colour television, individually controlled air conditioning and electric shaver plug.
There are also water sports, a floodlit tennis court, bowling green, hiking and scenic walks close by.
Pine Lake Inn is situated in a malaria free area, 35km from the Kruger National Park
and a short distance from Sudwala Caves, Sabie Falls and Pilgrims Rest.
Everybody very friendly. Food was excellent.
The new rooms are very comfortable. Slight wafts of sewage whilst at the pool made for unpleasant tanning?
We found that although the room had facilities for coffee/ tea making there was no fresh/ long life full cream milk of any form. When I enquired at reception for some milk I was informed that it would cost R20.00. After travelling for more than 5 hours it would have been lovely to be able to have a cup of tea/coffee whilst trying to relaxing after such a busy day.(With out having to worry about how to go about it). The creamer that is supplied has many health risks, therefore many people cannot use it. The reception staff may need more training (or perhaps an extra person on reception when the hotel knows a bus load of people are arriving) regarding how they treat customers when booking in - as a bus load of people arrived at the same moment that we were booking in, we were left waiting while this whole bus load of people was being processed. Perhaps the bus load of people could be processed in the function room whilst the hotel offers them a welcome drink.
We (my wife and myself) enjoyed the stay. The position of the hotel next to the lake was fantastic and relaxing. Only one point of concern. While we were there, two coach load of tourists arrived. The restaurant was not ideally set up to cope. At breakfast in the morning, it was difficult to get a cup of coffee. The staff were running around with two flasks trying to cope. A coffee machine placed on one of the free counters would have worked well so guests could help themselves. Otherwise, we enjoyed our nights stay.