MAH Lodge is a very different bush lodge in the far northern parts of South Africa, where all of the other lodges are thatched roofed with huge lightning conductors visible for kilometres this lodge hugs the ground and disappears amongst the bush.
Clad in rusting steel rods and dug into the slope with the veld growing back over the roofs, one of the considerations was to keep elephants off the roofs! Consisting of a main building with three suites for the family and five guest suites it is definitely not a little hut in the bush.
The interiors are not that of a typical bush lodge, but rather a sophisticated take on luxury in the bush, rather than rustic. Huge double-volume glass walls and exposed concrete and steel elements define the style of MAH Lodge.
The main building includes the living and dining room, kitchen, huge indoor pool with a bar, pizza oven, home cinema, and ballroom. On the lower level is a spa including a gymnasium, with a bathroom, yoga room, massage room, steam room, and sauna.
The three suites for the family are designed as self-catering apartments with their own living rooms, lanais, and fire-pits.
Provision was also made for a manager’s house and staff accommodation.