Mosaic Lagoon Lodge

Place yourself between ocean, lagoon and majestic mountains and you will arrive at Mosaic Lagoon Lodge, one of South Africa’s greatest hidden gems on the famous Whale Coast.

The secluded Lagoon Lodge features 5 Suites and a communal lapa with plunge pool, laid out amongst century-old milkwood trees.

Facilities & Activities

Guests at Mosaic Lagoon Lodge can take advantage of a large plunge pool with views over the lagoon on warm days.

A plethora of activities are on offer (they differ slightly depending on the season) and most are included for Lodge guests. Options include boat cruises and kayaking, guided bird and nature walks, guided quad-bike tours and 4×4 beach excursions (whale watching in season). Guests can also explore the nature reserve independently with Mosaic’s rented bicycles.

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A stay at Mosaic Lagoon Lodge includes all meals, served at the Lodge Lapa. Dinner is a 3-course set menu prepared with organic vegetables from the garden and local seasonal ingredients.



Mosaic Lagoon Lodge features 5 stand-alone safari-style suites, woven in to an ancient Milkwood grove with glass and stone walls opening up onto beautiful views of the mountains and lagoon. A cooling fan is available for Summer, and a fireplace for Winter nights alongside complimentary tea & coffee facilities.

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Children from 4 years and up are welcome, although those 8 years & over will be able to make the most of the activities on offer. A combination of on-site activities and further options a short drive away, will keep guests of all ages busy throughout the year.

Pre-booked child minding can be arranged for an additional fee and bespoke meals are available at Mosaic Lagoon Lodge.

The Family Suite has a double bed and space for 2 single mattresses on a raised platform, suitable for young children sharing their parents’ room.


The owners’ vision from the beginning was to restore the biodiversity of the fragile ecosystem and develop guest accommodations, so that visitors from around the world could experience and appreciate this unique part of South Africa. Their mission for almost two decades has been one of renewal and restoration. Their goals include:

• renewal for those who stay at Mosaic

• restoration of hope and livelihoods in the local community through job creations and education

• the restoration of the interdependent eco-system of this corner of the Cape Floral Kingdom


Mosaic Lagoon Lodge is located between Stanford and Hermanus in the Overberg and set on 376 hectares of private land, with fragrant fynbos all around. It is just 2 hours east of Cape Town and 40 minute drive from fantastic wineries and Hermanus, host to some of the world’s best land-based whale-watching in season (June – November).

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