The lodge has six spacious rooms carefully placed in a quiet part of the site but conveniently near to the restaurant. The lodge faces West with a wonderful outlook onto Mzengeleza Mountain. There is mains electricity and a backup generator and the rooms are attractively furnished each with its own en suite tiled bathroom, hot shower, mini bar and secure safe.
Bed linen, mosquito nets, towels, soap, and electric mosquito killers are provided. Electric heaters are provided for the cold weather and fans for the hot season. There is a kitchenette with complimentary tea and coffee. Both the restaurant and the rooms have been designed with the physically challenged in mind and there are ramps for easy wheelchair access.
Dedza is the highest town in Malawi and Dedza mountain, reaching up to over 2,000m, forms the backdrop to this attractive lodge which is situated in beautiful gardens within the grounds of the famous Dedza Pottery, known both for its handmade pottery and for its coffee and cheesecake.
One of the main attractions for visitors is Dedza Pottery which opened in 1987 and now has the largest hand crafted production of pottery in Southern Africa, there is a very wide range of designs and customers can also place orders to be made in almost any shape or design. Apart from buying or placing orders visitors can have a full tour of the production workshop.
Towering over Dedza Town is Dedza Mountain, the third highest peak in Malawi. From the top, on clear days, there are stunning views; to the East across Lake Malawi to Mozambique, to the South Zomba Plateau and Mount Mulanje can be seen. There are also numerous paths within the forest for those that want a more leisurely walk. The Lodge has its own guides and can provide picnics for those wishing to spend time on the mountain.