N6 Guest Lodge

N6 Guest Lodge is an upmarket and elegant bed and breakfast. It is situated 3 km from the quiet town of Aliwal North and next to the N6 highway en route to East London. We offer five spacious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, comfortable beds with quality linen and air-conditioning.

We invite guests to come and relax in this tranquil environment by the countryside. Amenities on the premises include tea and coffee in all the rooms, a beautiful garden with braai facilities, safe under-cover parking, a lounge area with a TV, Internet and fax facilities, credit card facilities and a remote-controlled gate. Dinner is available on request.

Aliwal North is the centre of a thriving farming community whose main products are wool, maize, wheat, beef and dairy. The towns principle assets are two popular hot mineral springs, which have extremely high concentrates of minerals and gases.

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  • "A safe but not great choice"

    10 October 2016

    "Rooms are well appointed and comfortable but I wouldn't agree that N6 is "upmarket". The dinner is pretty ordinary and overpriced. And rather like the fare at fast food outlets, it comes with a Coca Cola. The crockery does not include a wine glass. No upmarket establishment would offer Ricoffy to those who feel like making themselves a cup of coffee."

    Ken Harley, South Africa
  • "Excellent"

    27 December 2015

    "Unfortunately the drought has negatively effected the area but the room and hospitality at N6 Road Lodge were both excellent<div><br /></div>"

    Tyrone Phillips, South Africa
  • "Great Stay"

    20 October 2014

    "Had a great Stay, Room 1 is a small Flatlet with all the things you would need for a 5 day stay over, unit was cleaned everyday, everything worked in the room, lots of space."

    Andre Breytenbach, South Africa
  • "A rip-off"

    25 November 2013

    "A third more expensive than equivalent accommodation and we were fobbed off with a breakfast voucher for Wimpey which they valued at R60 but which would have cost R30 to purchase."

    Tony Pace, South Africa
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