Lodge,Restaurants,Wedding Venue & many Conference Facilities
Vanderbijlpark & Ext
R25,000,000 Incl VAT
1 of 20 - wedding chapel
2 of 20 - entrance to chapel
3 of 20 - chapel seating
4 of 20 - wedding event hall
5 of 20
6 of 20 - cutlery & crockery storage room
7 of 20 - conference room
8 of 20 - conference room
9 of 20 - conference rooms
10 of 20 - training room
11 of 20 - bathrooms on guest rooms
12 of 20 - sleeps up to 4
13 of 20 - event room
14 of 20 - restaraunt
15 of 20 - event room
16 of 20 - team building field
17 of 20 - 16 sleeper guest accommodation
18 of 20 - downstairs of 8 sleeping cottage
19 of 20 - olympic size pool
20 of 20 - Entrance area to Lodge
- Listing Number: CTR32956
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Sports bar & a separate fully equipped restaurant. Accomodation, plenty training/function/conference rooms
Eskom electricity. Admin offices.EVERYTHING IS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE.
Marital Bliss begins in a venue like this with every woman's idea of a dream wedding in the beautiful chapel seating 160 people.
21 Chalets all boasting 2 bedrooms, bathroom, toilet and shower with gas geysers, as well as all rooms fitted with a Tv plus aircon. Another 4 Townhouses-each has 3bedrooms, 2 bathrooms-one being en suite & lounge plus tv and aircon.
Full 4 bedroom house with 2 bathroom, study, etc
Borehole,Irrigation system, 5 Conference rooms for 50 people. 18 hole putt putt. Braai area. Swimming pool.
8 Face brick houses each with aircon, tv ,sleeping space for 8 people. 1 Shower and toilet upstairs and 1 shower & toilet down stairs.
Ideal Corporate Head Quarters.
|Business description||Guest Lodge & Conference Centre|
|Legal Name||Data House cc|
|Business Name||INGWE LODGE|
|Leased plant||conference equipment|
|Items not included in sale||3 containers, paintings for sale, private belongings in main house & flat|
|Property Type||Hotel / Tourism, Restaurant / Cafe, Other (Wedding venue), Leisure, Accommodation|
|Number of staff||
|Licenses and permits||Liquor License|
Zoned for supermarket
|Other comments||Sold with bookings, require staff to remain employed|