Stayed at the lodge for 2 days while trekking, real cozy place with 4 beds per room, simple home stay with great people along with amazing food. Owners were always helpful, was a great overall experience.
Misty mountain lodge is a lush tranquil place with amazing views of the lowveld. Their rooms are nice and spacious with fireplaces for those cold nights. The restaurant has great food and impressive service. Very friendly and helpfull staff.
This lodge was a welcome retreat after a days hiking thru the tea plantations. Siva and Raj were great guides on the hike and hosts at the Lodge, together with the couple who cooked. Rooms were dormitory style, each with bathroom facilities. Accomodation was clean and basic and comfortable. Gorgeous views and sunset
Having walked into the location, we were grateful for the shed and cup of tea. Communal rooms, and in my room there were five beds....fortunately there was only three of us to share. Any more would have been uncomfortable. A simple bed and thin blanket. No self or hook for your personal overnight gear. All of us ere cold during the night, so an extra blanket is a good idea. The tea and coffee and a bit weak, but in fairness quite plentiful. Food is OK. If the clouds lift there are stunning views. Beer is a tad expensive, but it really is a captive market!
We trekked for two days thru the tea plantations and we spent a night with my group at the lodge. The staff was really nice and friendly, the rooms were army style, just beds without nightstands or anything else to put your stuff on. We arrived around noon and left the next morning. We were wiped out from the 4 hours hike but we still hoped we can explore the village or have some activities in the afternoon. Take note, there is nothing to do there. The winds picked up around 4 and you couldn't even walk outside, good thing I had my ear plugs otherwise the hauling noise would have kept me up the whole night. I was disappointed the lodge was not owed by a local family but by a business man who lives in a different town, we expected more like a home stay which is not. You don't come in touch with the locals, though they don't mind taking pcts of them…..…