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This lodge is hard to miss. It has the greenest front lawn on the beach and wonderful hammocks to chill in all day. While not mentioned in the lonely planet, it’s fantastic value for money. The rooms have a gorgeous rustic African feel with views...More
we had a wonderful time at mgoza lodge. we stayed there for 5 nights with my wife and 2 kids. the rooms are clean and the food is very nice. it takes some time after ordering for the food to come but its worth it....More
Cape McClear is a beautiful rustic piece of paradise that provides an authentic African holiday experience. Mgoza Lodge was the perfect mix of friendliness and service in a peaceful environment. The food is excellent and Alan was a wonderful host. Everything is accessible from the...More
If you are looking to get away from the Lonely Planet hipsters, this is the place for you. A long journey down a winding dirt road through mountains and village streets is rewarded by spectacular views of Cape Maclear. Located between Thumbi and Domwe Islands,...More
Mgoza Lodge was a delight. We spent 10 days there and loved the whole experience. We booked the lovely little family bungalow at the far end of the Lodge which was not expensive by any means. Two rooms including a small kitchen and a lovely...More
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Allt he rooms we saw were double rooms in thatched huts, they put in a camp bed for our friend's little boy. The rooms are basic in style, they are thatched huts rather than rooms in a large buildings. The bed is large and... More
Allt he rooms we saw were double rooms in thatched huts, they put in a camp bed for our friend's little boy. The rooms are basic in style, they are thatched huts rather than rooms in a large buildings. The bed is large and very comfortable, the mosquito nets are in good repair, the shower and the plumbing work fine, power is a bit unreliable (that's malawi, not the lodge) and lighting is very low. Furnishings are basic, there's no mini bar, no safe, no carpets, and shelves rather than wardrobe or chest of drawers. But there was plenty of space in our room, the setting is glorious, we loved it and we'd go again.