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Woodall Country House & Spa

Addo Village Guest House in Addo Village
Woodall Country House & Spa


Located amongst peaceful citrus orchards, only 45 minutes from Port Elizabeth, this boutique hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the adjacent Addo Elephant Park, & nearby game reserves such as Schotia, Amakhala & Elephant Back Safaris. Five star accommodation. Exceptional gourmet cuisine & award winning wine cellar. The health spa flows onto a salt water pool. Daily safaris to Addo Park


  • Laundry Facilities
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Gym
  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Jacuzzi/Hot-tub
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Satellite TV
  • Canoeing / Kayaking
  • Fishing - Fly
  • Fishing - Freshwater
  • Fishing - Saltwater
  • Health & Fitness
  • Walking
  • Guest House
  • Big 7
  • Romantic
  • September School Holidays
  • Available This Weekend
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  • Instant Book
  • June/July School Holidays
  • December School Holidays

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From 1625.00 p/p sharing
From 2437.50 Single

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Customer Reviews

  • Worth the booking
    03 February 2006

    Nice accommodation near Addo N.P. and very good kitchen.

  • Woodall Country House and Spa
    29 March 2006

    If you like gardens, a lake and bird watching this is a great place to stay for a night or two. The rooms are well equipped and very comfortable. The outside showers are a nice touch. The swimming pool is a little on the small side and on busy days sunbeds can be at a premium. The gardens are beautifully kept and the terrace overlooking the lake is a great spot to read your book, watch the sun go down, or bird watch - the number of species seems to grow by the day! The food is really good here and the staff are very helpful. There is an honesty bar during the daytime, and a wine cellar to die for at night! Well worth a trip.

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