Welcome to Goose Green Lodge
For Dream Getaways
Goose Green Lodge, one of the oldest guest establishments in the tranquil Noordhoek Valley, south of Cape Town, offers awe-inspiring views of the mountains and is in close proximity to one of the most beautiful beaches in South Africa.
The lodge offers a choice of double/twin semi self-catering rooms or self-catering accommodation. For warm summer afternoons a brand new solar heated rim flow pool and a braai area at the pool or your own portable braai, at your own cottage offers convivial outside relaxation. The garden also contains a shady gazebo and lots of comfortable garden furniture for enjoying some quiet moments.
Goose Green Lodge offers 4 Double/Twin rooms, en-suite with a shower. All rooms have digital safes, heaters, coffee/tea making facilities, fridge, microwave, fan and DStv.
The Robins Nest Studio apartment has had a major upgrade, it has a separate entrance from the parking area, it has an en-suite bathroom with shower and a granite top kitchen fully stocked with all cooking utensils. It has a small lounge with flat screen tv and DSTV. It has its own private patio with a braai area.
Sunbird Cottage has been revamped and has two cosy bedrooms that share a substantial bathroom with a bath and a shower, as well as a comfortable lounge with DStv, breakfast nook and fully-equipped kitchen.
Guinea Fowl Cottage has two spacious bedrooms, both en-suites, one equipped with a bath, the other with a shower. The lounge with DStv, the breakfast nook and a modern, stylish kitchen provide a comfortable living area.
We have free WiFi in all rooms.
Whether you visit the beautiful Cape to go surfing, mountain-biking, horse riding, fishing and other activities, or you just want to enjoy our beautiful beaches, Goose Green Lodge is the perfect choice. For business travellers the lodge provides a comfortable home away from home where you can relax after a hard day’s work.
We’re going green
Goose Green Lodge is going green and doing our part for the planet.
With our solar heated pool and solar geysers, borehole and LED lights, we are moving towards being plastic free and finding other ways of reducing our footprint.