Welcome to Aloha Lodge
In this website we invite you to take a look at our Lodge. We rent out double and shared rooms to individual travellers and offer homely cottages or apartments for couples or families. At our place you can really enjoy your holiday and at the same time find other surfers and young guests for joined trips in around Cape Town.
Aloha Lodge was established when windsurfers discovered the excellent wind conditions in the 1990s, as we are right next to the popular surfing beaches. Whether you are a kite surfer or wave surfer, at our place you will have an unforgettable surfing holiday experience.
Our location provides a perfect starting point for exploring trips up the West Coast, into the wine region or into the city centre.
If you are looking for a budget accommodation close to the beach you have found the right place.
The Aloha Lodge Big Five:
1. You are not alone.
At Aloha Lodge you will meet friendly people. If you are travelling alone or spending a couple of months in the Mother City as an intern or language student, at our place you are guaranteed to meet like-minded people.
2. A stone throw away from the beach.
For your sundowner simply walk the short distance to the beach with a breathtaking view onto Table Mountain, or take the car for your daily surf session at the Milnerton Lighthouse.
3. Short ways in any direction.You can't decide between night life in the city or rather staying close to your surf spot at Dolphin Beach in Table View? Why don't you simply stay right in the middle in Milnerton!
4. Just holiday.At our place you can relax with your partner. Airport transfer, accommodation, rental car, lots of holiday tips and German reliability, plus international guests and sun tanning at the pool, in line with our motto: Aloha my friend.
5. Nothing but holiday – every year.You come as a stranger and go as a friend. Once you have experienced the typical Aloha Lodge feeling you will want to come back for more. This is why many of our guests are old friends for many years and contribute to the vibrant social life at braai evenings or joint tours into the winelands.