Sueda Lodge is a Pathfinder lodge in southeastern Katapesh that aids Pathfinders and other explorers searching for ancient Osirian artifacts, and also serves as a repository for information.
The Lodge was established in 4659 AR by Pathfinder Letvis Morgan. The waystation takes its name from the Osirian word sueda, which means "discovery".
The lodge is a low stone building containing six guest rooms, a kitchen, a pantry, a library, and a dining hall. A separate building serves as living quarters for the caretaker of the lodge, and the archives rest in an underground chamber accessible through a secret door in the main lodge. There is a small well in the courtyard and a wall of clay bricks surrounds the enclosure.
The dwarf Var Pinderven is the lodge's current caretaker.