ICHIBI LAKESIDE LODGE

Wilderness Wedding Venue

Ichibi Lakeside Lodge

 

ABOUT US

Guests staying at Ichibi often comment that they wish they could have had their wedding ceremony and reception here as well as their honeymoon. It is true that it is an amazing setting with phenomenal views of the three main lakes in The Garden Route. Surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature at its most tranquil and beautiful.

We are so happy to be able to say that it is now possible. Having created an extended deck area with ceremonial pergola which takes you even closer to the lakes and can easily accommodate more than 100+ people.

The lodge its self can be used as a ‘meet and greet’ area overflowing onto the deck to take in the breath-taking views whilst waiting for the ceremony. For the reception, there is a choice of a marquee to the south side with forest views or to the north with lakeside views. The entire estate is some 10 hectares assuring complete privacy and without noise restrictions.

Accommodation for 10 is available including a Honeymoon suite with its own outside jacuzzi and luxurious rooms. Being just 10 kilometres from Wilderness Village where there is an assortment of further accommodation for the rest of the wedding party.


CONTACT US

N.2 Wilderness. 6560
Tel - Linda: +27 (0) 74 897-4281
Tel - Marcus: +27 (0) 82 610-1071
Website: www.ichibi.co.za

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Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge
Ichibi Lakeside Lodge

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FACTS

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Capacity: Up to 150 guests
Chapel: Ceremonial pergola

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Zen style lodge overlooking the three main lakes of the Garden Route

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Surrounded by 10 hectares of old pine plantation

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Can accommodate 10 guests at the venue

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Wilderness Village is 10 kms away with ample accommodation for the rest of the wedding party

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Wilderness beach is 5 minutes away and is one of the most beautiful in the area

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Fish Eagles circling the lakes may be uninvited guests as may the buck roaming in the bush