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From the Modern way to the Rural way of life-All in One- Inclusive accommodation package! 
For those that want a bit of comfort before or at the end of your stay, these accommodation establishments are on offer for very open minded and versatility is the name of Adventure!  
Accommodations vary from 5 Star ,3 Star, 1 Star to Camping or Homestays in the Maluti Mountains of Lesotho!

Lesotho Accommodation 
Buffalo's Hotel/ Clan Guest House- New Oxbow Lodge- Katse Dam Lodge- Malealea Lodge0 Ramabanta Trading Post Adventures Lodge- Mashai lodge0 Sani Mountain Lodge- Masoba Soba Lodge- St James Lodge- Molumong- Semonkong Lodge- Senqu Hotel -Mokhotlong Hotel-Mountainside Hotel- Mohale Lodge- Nthatuoa  Marakabei Lodge- Likileng Lodge- The Trading Post Guest House- Botleng Lodge.

Buffalo's Hotel- is now called the Clan Guest House-
The Buffalo Hotel is 5 hrs away from Sani Top and 2 hours away from the Katse Dam Wall. If you are coming from Underberg and Sehlabathebe it makes more sense to sleep over at the Buffalo Hotel to shorten your journey. The Hotel is equipped with a comfortable Bar and Restaurant. Even if you don't overnight it is worth stopping in for lunch or some fresh filter coffee after a couple of hours behind the wheel. There is not much in terms of activities but a good place to rest and to make use of the good meals on offer. There are ensuite Rondavels with single beds and other square shaped ensuite doubles and twins. If you on route to Katse Dam you can still make it in time for the Dam wall tour which starts at 9am as well as 2pm. The hotel is on the outskirts of Thaba Tseka with a decent view and escapes the bustling settlement of Thaba Tseka.

New Oxbow Lodge
The name Oxbow comes from the shape of a mountain nearby that resembles the bow of an ox and the river nearby flows in an oxbow. The Oxbow Lodge came into being when 2 brothers were exploring the Maluti mountains and got coughed in a snow storm. As outdoor enthusiasts they came back and started the Oxbow Campsite. 1971 two young men from England got involved and built wooden houses. The ownership changed many times. In 1978 the existing owner took over the lodge. 1981 the lodge was completely destroyed by fire. Thus the name New Oxbow Lodge came into being when the owner started to rebuild the lodge. All building material was transported up 2 Nissan four-wheel drive Pick-ups. As there are no telephones, relaxation comes very easily with the sound of the flowing waterfall.
Rooms in main building and Rondavels offer on suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin, tea/coffee making facilities and plug points. Towels and soap provided. Electricity provided by generator, which switches off at 22:00. Please bring torch.
The restaurant offers continental and local cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. TV available at the bar.

Katse Dam Lodge History:
In 1960 a British Officer was told to go and survey all the water catchments in Lesotho. The reason this was done was, because of the estimated population growth in South Africa, water being supplied to the mining industry and also for the farmers. It has taken them about 25 years to complete up until Phase 3. South Africa is paying Lesotho about R 12 Mill. every month for their water .This lodge is situated on the southern shores of the Katse Dam with beautiful view at the dam
All rooms have on suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin, plug points and tea/coffee making facilities. Towels and soap provided. Electricity and hot water.
NO telephones.
Some single rooms have inter-leading bathrooms to share with the next-door neighbour.
The restaurant offers continental and local cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
TV available at the bar.

Malealea History:
Merwyn Bosworth Smith, founder of Malealea Trading Store, was born in England. In 1898 he came to South Africa to teach rugby. At the outbreak of the Boer War, he joined the Dorset Regiment and served throughout the war. At the end of the war, he went to Maseru to visit his brother, Reginald. Merwyn was fascinated by Lesotho and spent months riding around the country. One of the places he camped at was Malealea. He fell in love with it and decided to open a Trading Store, but had to return to England to get permission. He started in a tent, first building the store and sheds and then the house (1905). After his death (1950) the Trading Store changed hands several times until 1987 when Mickey and Di Jones transformed Malealea into a fully operational and increasingly popular lodge and Pony Trekking Center. Each rondavel has 2 single or double beds and on suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin. Hot water supplied with gas geyser. Towels provided, but bring soap. Generator to supply electricity, but switches off at 22:00. Candles, matches are provided in each room. NO coffee making facilities and NO telephones. Plug points in each room. Very homely, relaxed atmosphere in beautiful surroundings. All meals offered at spacious restaurant, verandah. Well stocked bar. Small shop offers souvenirs, firewood, tapestries, films, etc. Pony Trekking Center has 85 horses - weight limit - 85kg pp.

Ramabanta Trading Post 
All rooms are beautifully decorated, 2 single beds and on suite bathrooms with shower, toilet, basin. Towels and soap provided. Hot water supplied with gas geyser. All rooms have plug points. NO telephones and NO tea/coffee making facilities. Generator supplies electricity, but swishes off at 22-00. Petroleum lamps in each room. Please bring torch. Quiet, beautiful surroundings for many activities like:
• Guided Bushmen Paintings
• Guided Horse-riding
• Guided Hikes
• 4x4 Trails
• Guided cultural experience and hike +-2 hrs., incl. dinner, overnight and breakfast (+-6 km)
• Horse riding overnighting main building a nice restaurant for breakfast. Lunch and dinner on request.
Purchase of souvenirs and tapestries possible.

Mashai Lodge 
Mashai was a Trading Post run by one of the early settlers. When the British Protectorate fell away in 1966, the Mateane brothers took over and made it into a self-catering lodge with a bar area. The older of the two brothers is now the Ambassador for South Africa in Lesotho. The scenic location is ideal for walking, mountain biking and horse riding.
The lodge is simple and rustic and offers self-catering facilities with a fully equipped kitchen. Bathroom facilities on communal basis. To bring own soap, towel, torch etc. Hot water supply by gas geyser and electricity by solar energy.
The accommodation consists of 1 rondavel with 2 single beds and en suite bathroom with shower, toilet and basin. (More Rondavels in construction)
The main house offers accommodation in a backpacker style, rooms which sleep 2, 4 and 5 guests. Guests have to consider maintenance problems. NO telephones.
The bar is very spacious and offers a good variety of drinks to reasonable prices.
Satellite TV available.

Sani Mountain Lodge 
The new comfortable ‘Sani Mountain Lodge’ about 8kms along the Mokhotlong road . has a stunning view over the Sani River, twisting its way down into the Lesotho interior. The Lodge offers backpackers accommodation as well as private rooms. There is also a fully services restaurant.

Molumong Guesthouse 
The guesthouse is situated in the eastern range of the Maluti mountains.
The main building offers:
1 room with 5 single beds
1 room with 1 double bed
1 room with 2 single beds
1 rondavel with 1 double bed
I rondavel with 2 single beds
Both Rondavels are a few meters away from the main building. The guesthouse is simple and rustic and offers self-catering facilities with a fully equipped kitchen.
Bathroom facilities on communal basis. To bring own soap, towel, torch etc.
NO telephones.

Semonkong Lodge History:
In 1900, the Halse family took over Semonkong Lodge from the Frasers Trading Company. The Rondavels and rooms, built of stone and thatch, offer on suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin. Hot water by gas geyser. NO towels, soap provided. NO tea and coffee making facilities, but coffee/tea will be offered each morning. NO telephones. Plug points and candles in each room. In winter or if the water in the river is low the electricity is provided by a generator, which switches off at 22:00. Please bring torch. The restaurant and pub area, complete with a pool table, provides a popular meeting place for both locals and guests. Restaurant serves home-cooked meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner. The verandah offers a nice view of the river as the Basotho's trot gracefully past on their ponies, followed by sheep, dogs, goats and donkeys. High up in the cliffs there are nesting places of the rare Bald Ibis, the national bird of Lesotho. There is a small campsite by the river, but shady. Note: Drinkable spring water is provided in the water bottles in each room. There is more available both in the communal kitchen and in Thatcher's Tavern. The water from taps and showers is NOT suitable for drinking. The lodge offers a laundry service for an additional cost-Pony Trekking, Hiking, Trout fishing and  Abseiling, Maletsunyane Waterfall.

Senqu Hotel 
The Senqu hotel provides some basic on-suite accommodation in Mokhotlong. Not much available for activities, but a clean bed and meals are also available at the restaurant. After a long day in the car it provides welcome relief considering their are not too many other accommodation options in the area.

Mountainside Hotel :
Situated in the heart of Quthing. All rooms offer on suite bathrooms with bath, toilet, basin and hot water. Towels are provided, please bring own soap. TV, tea/coffee making facilities and heaters. All rooms have 1 double and 1 single bed. Guests might have to consider maintenance problems. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meals are simple, no variety, but tasty. Laundry services. Full stocked bar.

Mohale Lodge 
This lodge, built in 1998, is situated at the top of the pristine Thaba Putswa Mountains and nestles in the valley of the Senqunyane River, which feeds the Mohale Dam and water tunnel project. Each room offers 2 single beds (only 2 rooms with double beds), air-conditioning, TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. En suite bathrooms with bath, shower, toilet and basin. Towels and soaps are provided. Separate flats, once occupied by the construction workers building the dam. All rooms have a built-in kitchen, but NOT for self-catering purposes. En suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin. Towels, soaps provided. Each room with 2 single beds, some with 1 single bed. Heaters, tea/coffee making facilities. Guests enjoy very good service at the restaurant and bar, dress: smart/casual. Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers an a la carte menu.

Letloepe Guest Lodge Situated in Qacha's Nek.
All rooms offer 2 single beds and on suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin.
Some rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and TV. NO telephones. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests may consider maintenance problems.

Marakabei Lodge 
Situated in Marakabei on the banks of the Senqunyane River.
Rondavels offer on suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin. Very simple and rustic.
Camping and backpacker facilities. Communal bathroom with hot water. Self-catering in fully equipped kitchen. Electricity supplied. Barbecue areas. NO telephones.
At the spacious main building there is a restaurant, bar and a TV launch.
Restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meals on request. The bar is well stocked.

Likileng Lodge 
Is located in a secure residential community, two kilometres to the northeast of the city center, and does a lot of its business with government employees and functions. There are 23 rooms, each with a TV and small balcony overlooking the surrounding mountains, and the grounds have tennis courts, a swimming pool, a restaurant and bar.

The Trading Post Guest House History:
Situated in the Roma Valley - affectionately called "The Baseane" by the Basotho's, after John Thorn, who established Roma Trading Post in 1903 and lived there until his death in 1957. Today the 5th generation of Thorns grow up in this scenic place among the rocky foothills of the Maluti Mountains.

Enjoy a warm welcome at the Trading Post within natural gardens and trees. Rondavels and rooms in the main house are rustic and basic, but comfortable and clean. All rooms with tea and coffee making facilities and plug points. NO telephones.

Rondavels and rooms in the main house have en suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin. Towels are provided, but bring own soap. The large property offers space for camping and a swimming pool. Guests may use the kitchen and the ablution blocks with hot showers. Accommodation is self-catering or/and meals on request. Very good and tasty meals are served at the restaurant .Nearby a basic supermarket and petrol station.