Table Rock Lodge


  • Low-key, relaxing, off-the-beaten-path ecolodge
  • Good value
  • Wonderful food


  • It's a bumpy 20-minute ride to San Ignacio

Published 01/22/2016

Fodor's Review

At this intimate, jungle eco-spot cobblestone walkways and thick awnings of foliage gracefully blend into a jungle setting, perched just above the Macal River. Table Rock offers seamless service, artful accommodations, and delicious meals on a small, sustainable farm on the Macal River. The five cottages, which have tile floors and four-poster beds, are tastefully textured by Guatemalan fabrics. The owners, an engaging young American couple, designed Table Rock for sustainability. You can explore winding pathways and cut trails down to the river, or visit with the resident donkeys, Napoleon and Josephine. Meals are excellent, using local ingredients in surprising ways. A meal package including breakfast and dinner is BZ$78 per person including tax and service. For those on a budget, riverside camping also is available for around BZ$65 including tax, including tent, set up and break down, and firewood. There's free Wi-Fi in the dining room.

Hotel Information


Cristo Rey Rd., San Antonio Village, Cayo, Belize

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 5 cabañas

Published 01/22/2016


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