Batonka Guest Lodge is Victoria Falls’ latest accommodation offering. It is just 2.2 kilometres from the Victoria Falls Rainforest entrance and 1 kilometre from the town centre. The Lodge is situated in the quiet residential suburb of Victoria Falls town.
Batonka is set in tranquil grounds and offers 22 rooms, each of which is en suit, and has a private balcony, all set on ground level and overlooking a delightful garden. Rooms are all equipped with TV, Wi-Fi, universal chargers and a tea/coffee station. Accommodation is arranged in two blocks of 6 rooms each and two blocks of 5 rooms each. The room units have been carefully positioned around the property to give a combination of maximum privacy and views of the garden.
11 of these rooms have a bathroom with a double basin vanity unit, bath, toilet and shower. The other 11 are the same but have no bath tub. All of the rooms at Batonka can be converted from a twin room to a double room on request.
Communal facilities for guests include indoor and outdoor dining, a bar, a comfortable lounge, and swimming pool.
The main area of the Lodge houses the Dining facilities, lounge areas, reception and curio shop. The dining facility is offered indoors or can be enjoyed on a large spacious and outdoor terrace area overlooking the garden and swimming pool. There is a comfortable lounge area inside with a fireplace, and an outside lounge area is also available for your use. The reception also serves as the information and activities booking desk, and a curio shop offers a selection of Zimbabwean art and craft as well as local memorabilia.
The restaurant offers a full English breakfast, and a choice of wholesome home style cooking for lunch and dinner.
Batonka Guest Lodge, along with being an excellent place from which to explore the Victoria Falls and surrounds, has also been designed and built along environmentally sound lines.
Such features include: Solar geysers for all the rooms; Air conditioners that are ozone friendly compliant and which have inverters allowing for a 40% reduction in power.
Grey water recycling into the gardens to conserve water; Garden Irrigation systems on timers to conserve water.
Waste separation and organic waste used in vermiculture to produce vermicompost.
LED lighting to reduce electricity consumption.Responsible towel and sheet laundering (to reduce water consumption).
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