The entrance to the hotel is glass fronted from floor to thatched roof ceiling giving the lobby area a nice bright open feel to it. The curved tiled reception desk is on the left and there is seating for guests.
Lodge style accommodation spread out over several acres of land. Each building is descreatly hidden away with the many trees in the grounds.
Rooms Number: 65
Kedar has two good restaurants as well as the outdoor Boma dining area which can accommodate as many as 300 people. There is also the Metswedi Bar, which means drinnking giraffe. One of the restaurants specialises in South African and Afrikaans cuisine and there is also a menu with international dishes. There is a very extensive wine menu.