A luxury, self catering one bedroom cottage with traditional thatch roof sited in the grounds of a private bush lodge called Chipembere, situated in a wildlife conservancy area called Marloth Park which is located on the southern boundary of the famous Kruger National Park and nestled in a bend of the Crocodile River, you will love our holiday home because of the tame wildlife on our doorstep, the surrounding beautiful bush and fantastic outdoor amenities.
A lovely one bedroom, self contained cottage with own private entrance, open plan kitchen and lounge area, with microwave, tea and coffee making facilities, separate bedroom with bathroom en-suite, ample built in cupboards and large patio area where guests can sit and chill out. Guests also have the use of the Swimming Pool, outside Bush Shower, Lapa and built in Braai, which is great for entertaining and other amenities next door at Chipembere Bush Lodge a private holiday home.
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During our guests stay, we will be on hand daily if there are any complaints or suggestions and to take care of any immediate repair work. A daily Maid Service is available and included in the price. Laundry requirements are a nominal extra charge, please speak to us and this can be arranged at anytime.
From time to time there are water restrictions and power cuts.
- No smoking allowed or lighted candles allowed in the cottage
I have an outgoing personality and enjoy different types of food, love to share a bottle of wine and like to travel and meeting new people. I enjoy socializing with friends and family and having a good laugh. I am married to Eduard who is from Holland but we met whilst I was living in London in 2005. We now have a home together in Komatipoort in South Africa and a luxury self catering bush lodge in Marloth Park which is on the southern border of the famous Kruger National Park and close to the Mozambique border. I love my bush lodge because it is in Marloth Park a unique conservancy area for wild life and enjoy the various wildlife that come to visit us each day. We have our own piece of Africa on our doorstep!