Heuglin’s Lodge provides a quiet and comfortable place to stay in the northern suburbs of Malawi's capital city of Lilongwe.
Once a private residence, the lodge has been lovingly renovated into a public space. Accommodations at the lodge consist of eight, spacious rooms. Each elegantly decorated room features a large bed draped in mosquito netting with a lounge area, a satellite television, and super-fast Wi-FI connection. The en suite bathrooms come with a shower. Other amenities include a fridge, fan, tea/coffee facilities, and a veranda.
The lodge is located in the leafy suburbs just minutes away from the capital city of Lilongwe. Once a small fishing village on the banks of the Lilongwe River, the city became an important administrative center for the ruling British during the age of imperialism. Today the city is a vital economic and transportation hub for the country of Malawi. It is an exceptionally green city with plenty of trees and patches of grassland across the city. The city is divided between the Old Town to the south where the old fishing village was, and New Town where the government and finance buildings can be found. Old Town is where the cities vibrant restaurants, bars, and markets are found.