Mantenga Lodge, in all its tranquil beauty awaits your discovery. The lodge is nestled in Swaziland's Ezulwini Valley, at the foot of Sheba's Breast mountain and overlooking the towering Execution Rock.
Centrally situated, the Lodge provides an ideal base from which to explore the whole of Swaziland, be it for business or leisure.
The gardens around the lodge and the large wooden deck overlooking the pool are features of this small owner-run hotel.
The hotel rooms take their names from the classic African novel by Sir Ryder Haggard - King Solomon's Mines. There are on-site conferencing facilities suitable for small conferences, workshops, product launches and meetings.
Mantenga Lodge has a great ala carte restaurant with an extensive menu. There should be something to satisfy almost any desire. Groups can be catered for with buffet or set menus by advance booking.
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Aidan is a part-owner of Mantenga Lodge and together with his dedicated and friendly staff he goes to great lengths to ensure a memorable stay at this small and personal hotel. Margaret, Beatrice and Nonhlanhla are the front desk staff who make sure that all visitors receive a warm and friendly welcome as only the Swazi people can provide.
This accommodation provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.
Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:
Mantenga Lodge is fully committed to recycling and are involved with community upliftment projects.
Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:
Mantenga Lodge recycles all its waste, with certain high volume items re-used by art and craft manufacturers in Ezulwini.
The lodge has assisted "Water Gives Life" to install boreholes for needy communities. This is an Australian-funded project.