Mrs Sarah T.
on 25 Nov 2013
Our time at Pumulani surpassed our expecations and we enjoyed every moment we spent there, hope to go back soon.
Mrs Liz A.
- United Kingdom
on 24 Oct 2013
The staff and telescope make Pumulani extra special. We saw Saturn, Scorpio and Sagittarius this time!
Mrs Liz A.
on 12 Apr 2013
Mr Augustine M.
on 17 Jul 2012
The lodge should have price lists available to guests for beverages and other payables to avoid shocking guests with a beverage bill at the end of their stay, personally I kept asking for the price lists for wines and other beverages but it was never provided.
The manager showed her racial preferences against local black residents (us) which i found to be really sad in this age. it is not good for business if such a reputation goes out to the world.
The lodge has a chef who sets the menu for the residents, flexibility as regards to the menu should be encouraged to cater for food choices by the residents where such a situation allows. in our case we were the only two residents at the lodge but we met resistance when we asked for different dishes to be prepared, we were told bluntly that, "we are not a restaurant", which we found to be so impolite.
Mr David P.
on 09 Jul 2011
The hosts/managers dressing was far to casual, more suitable for a back packer lodge than what is claims to be Malawi's most luxurious accommodation.
The food seemed far to experimental and poorly made. The lunch was far to light and the dinner courses mismatched and had very limited options. The breakfast was acceptable but can be improved as well with very easy means.
The housekeeping was not to satisfaction, dustbin not emptied, floors not swept and towels not hung up properly.
However, the staff was kind and sweet and tried their best to make our stay as pleasant as possible (They gave us good care when one of us was ill).
Mr Victor V.
on 14 Apr 2011