Jules Eno Lodge is going through a major transformation, with plans to make the iconic lodge a bar and restaurant, as well as a hostel for international guests.
The property is a prime candidate to become a host-and-cabin hotel for future guests.
The lodge, which sits atop a hill in the village of Lavalin, has been owned by the local council for more than a century, and has long hosted a number of notable events and events including the World Cup and the annual Kicking It Out festival.
The lodge’s owner, the lodge pan owner, is currently in negotiations to open the lodge and hostel in 2020, the first time it will be open for guests.
But plans to change the lodge’s name, and its menu, have raised concerns from some members of the community.
The new menu will include a number more traditional meals such as steak and eggs, and will also feature a more seasonal menu of fish, chips and vegetables.
There will also be a range of traditional cocktails and other alcoholic drinks, such as rum, gin and brandy, and the lodge will be equipped with a taproom and wine bar.
A spokesperson for the lodge confirmed that the new menu would feature an array of new items including the new bar, with a focus on a traditional bar, a steak and egg menu, and other cocktails.
The spokesperson said the restaurant will feature a menu of traditional dishes such as fish, burgers and sausages, and a menu that will be inspired by the Kicking it Out Festival, which has become the lodge home for the last 15 years.
“The new menus will include an array more traditional dishes, including a steak, egg and potato dish, as an option for guests, and there will be a selection of drinks and spirits, as traditional meals, for those who enjoy a drink and a meal together,” the spokesperson said.
Mt Albert, the mountain on which the lodge sits, was also added to the menu, which will feature traditional and contemporary dishes.
“As a part of the transformation we are also adding a new guest accommodation, a guest cabin, and new rooms, all designed with a traditional lodge atmosphere in mind,” the spokesman said.
Mts Albert, where Jules and his wife, Maud, were born, is famous for its spectacular rock formations, and also hosts the annual Kilimanjaro National Park event. “
We hope guests will share their thoughts and opinions on the changes, and what they would like to see in the future, and we are confident we will be able to deliver on that promise.”
Mts Albert, where Jules and his wife, Maud, were born, is famous for its spectacular rock formations, and also hosts the annual Kilimanjaro National Park event.
In addition to the hotel, the proposed hostel will include two hostel rooms for guests to stay overnight.
The development will also include the new hostel’s hotel room, as it is a guest accommodation.
However, while the lodge has long been a favourite spot for international visitors, it was not the mainstay of the Lavalanin’s international community.
A large number of international visitors came to the area to relax, and some even went on camping trips, including one trip that took in Mt Albert.
Many locals are concerned about the development and are also opposed to the changes.
“I’m worried that the development will be bad for tourism, because it will make the village look bad, it’s not the place for international people,” one Lavalian said.