Matemwe Lodge

Details

Details of Matemwe Lodge

Built from local materials and surrounded by beautiful lush gardens, each of the 12 spacious suites has a private veranda with a hammock and sofa and expansive views of the Indian Ocean.

The large bathrooms have both a deep bathtub and walk-in shower and all beds are enclosed by mosquito nets.

The open-air restaurant sits just above the sea and has a tranquil lounge area with beautiful views of the palm fringed beach and gently rocking dhows. Seafood is the specialty of the house, with all produce bought daily from the local markets.

Lunch is a buffet offering a delicious mix of African and European flavours. Dinner offers a choice of main courses with fish, meat and vegetarian options. Matemwe has a multi-level swimming pool surrounded with lounge chairs overlooking the ocean. Freshly mixed cocktails are served at the poolside bar.

LODGE AMENITIES

  • Number of chalets: 12
  • Children: above 6 years
  • Triples: 6
  • Not suitable for disabled guests
  • Distance between chalets: 10-20 meters
  • No private plunge pool
  • No air conditioning
  • No personal bar
  • Massage & treatments
  • In-room lockable box
  • Hair dryer
  • Laundry service
  • Power: 240V mains
  • Internet

ACTIVITIES

  • Reef walk
  • Village visit
  • Diving: at extra charge
  • Snorkelling: at extra charge
  • Dhow trip: at extra charge
  • Stone Town visit: at extra charge
  • Spice tour: at extra charge

Short Overview

On the chalk white Matemwe beach lies one of Zanzibar’s most homely family escapes. Matemwe Beach House is the perfect holiday home for a family or small group wanting a private slice of this beautiful coast line.

  • Air conditionAir condition
  • HoneymoonHoneymoon
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling
  • WeddingWedding

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