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Self-catering Accommodation in Marloth Park Conservancy

De Gastehuysje

5 Reviews
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

De Gastehuysje is located in Marloth Park, Mpumalanga. The area is popular amongst holiday makers, as it is within close proximity to the...
De Gastehuysje is located in Marloth Park, Mpumalanga. The area is popular amongst holiday makers, as it is within close proximity to the Kruger National Park and has an abundance of wildlife.

This thatched-roof log cabin is private and comfortable, and can be the ideal bush getaway for a couple. The cabin has two floors with the bedroom and en-suite bathroom located on the top floor and the open-plan living area located downstairs. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering, and is fitted with a microwave, a mini oven and a fridge. The dining area has a bench and table and leads to a comfortable lounge.

Outside is a private garden with a charcoal braai facility.
from R700
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Live-A-Little

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Book 4 nights and stay 5th night for..   Live-A-Little is a cosy self-catering house under new management that has just been renovated, located in the popular Marloth Park...
Live-A-Little is a cosy self-catering house under new management that has just been renovated, located in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy. There is wooden cabin and an entertainment deck area. The house is set in Marloth Park a mere 15 minutes’ drive from the Crocodile Bridge Entrance to the Kruger National Park.

The Crocodile River creates a natural border between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park. This southern part of the Kruger Park is known for the highest concentration of game and the Big 5 are spotted regularly. The bird life is abundant and over 500 species of birds can be spotted.

Live-A-Little can comfortably accommodate up to four adults and two children, and comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen as well as a small outside kitchen area, a lounge and dining area, and an entertainment deck with a braai area. The house is protected by an alarm system.

Live-A-Little house itself is a haven in the heart of the bush and the game roam freely around the House. In this piece of heaven, guests can relax in the splash pool while sipping on something cold and experiencing Africa at its best in style.
from R700

Kierieklapper River House

4 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Kierieklapper River House is a luxurious, self-catering family retreat set on the banks of the Crocodile River overlooking the...
Kierieklapper River House is a luxurious, self-catering family retreat set on the banks of the Crocodile River overlooking the world-renowned Kruger National Park. Kierieklapper River House is the ideal location for families or small groups seeking a unique bush experience.

Kierieklapper River House is ideal for eight adults and two children. This luxurious family home is equipped with four air-conditioned bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom and entrance to the outside. The main bedroom contains a king-size as well as a single bed, bedroom has a queen-size and a single bed, while room three only has a queen-size bed. The fourth bedroom has a double bed. All beds have crisp, white linen and towels are provided. The house is fully serviced daily and a TV with full DStv is available.

Most families spend quality time together by preparing food as a family. Kierieklapper, being designed as a family home, caters for this family tradition by offering an open-plan fully equipped kitchen, an inside braai, a dining area, and an outside deck with a fireplace and a swimming pool. The lounge and top balcony with an excellent view provide the ideal setting for families and friends to enjoy good company and appreciate nature simultaneously.

Kierieklapper River House is ideally situated to explore the Mpumalanga Lowveld. The Crocodile Bridge gate and Malelane gate of the Kruger National Park is only 15 km and 30 km by tarred road respectively. Crocodile Bridge is accessible by tarred road via Komatipoort. A number of excellent golf courses and restaurants are in close proximity at Malelane and Komatipoort with even more choices at Nelspruit and White River about 80 km and 100 km away respectively. We can provide a portfolio with contact details of interesting activities in the surrounding area such as elephant rides, restaurants and the Jane Goodall Chimpanzee sanctuary, to name but a few. The nearest international airport, Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, is at Nelspruit/Mbombela and is about 80 km from Kierieklapper River House.
from R1300

Legacy - Seekoei 3295

1 Review
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Nestled in the South African Bush in Marloth Park where animals roam freely, this double storey house is fully equipped with a variety of...
Nestled in the South African Bush in Marloth Park where animals roam freely, this double storey house is fully equipped with a variety of modern essentials and an assortment of wildlife to keep you entertained.

Large and roomy the house accommodates a total of eight guests comfortably, the large kitchen allows for easy self-catering and opens onto the dining room and cosy lounge. Located on the top floor, an open air room offers quite a unique experience, with no windows the sounds of the lions, hippos and elephants are unhindered and powerful.

Located on the banks of the Crocodile River, Legacy - Seekoei 3295 offers magnificent views into the world-famous Kruger National Park, and its ideal position allows for easy accessibility for day trips, in and out of the Kruger.
from R2000
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Walking Tall Private Bush Retreat

36 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

7 night special   Walking Tall Private Bush Retreat is situated 300 m from the Crocodile River in Marloth Park and...
Walking Tall Private Bush Retreat is situated 300 m from the Crocodile River in Marloth Park and next to the Kruger National Park.

This three-bedroom house offers two en-suite bedrooms and three bathrooms. There is 24-hour response and you will feel spoilt in this remote retreat with its modern African finishes and lovely views. Have a barbecue in the boma while enjoying the luxury of a seven-seater Jacuzzi and watch wild animals such as giraffe, zebra, kudu, warthog, impala, baboons and more than 100 bird species drink at the waterhole located just 10 m from the house.

The park offers two supermarkets, two public swimming pools, a petrol station, a laundromat, numerous restaurants and game drives in its own nature conservancy containing lions and buffalo. Walking Tall is located 10 minutes from the Kruger National Park's Crocodile Bridge Gate and 80 km away from Maputo and the famous Panorama route.
from R1000

25 Fig Tree

1 Review
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Nestled within the rugged beauty of Marloth Park, 25 Fig Tree offers the ideal bushveld getaway for couples. It is situated within a...
Nestled within the rugged beauty of Marloth Park, 25 Fig Tree offers the ideal bushveld getaway for couples. It is situated within a conservancy, making it a great option for nature enthusiasts.

This unit has an open-plan design and a private entrance. It is fully furnished and has a double bed with an en-suite bathroom. It also has a well-equipped kitchen and braai facilities for all of your self-catering needs.

Guests will be afforded the unique opportunity to exclusively view free-roaming wild life. Warthogs and zebra will come right up to the front door while guests are appreciating the sound of birdlife all around.

Guests can explore the surrounding area by visiting the restaurant, or the communal swimming pool and mini-golf course. The conservancy is also just a short distance away from the Kruger National Park, a must-visit attraction for guests.
from R495

Ingwenya View

20 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Ingwenya View is a cosy double-storey holiday house situated in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy. The house which can sleep up to a...
Ingwenya View is a cosy double-storey holiday house situated in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy. The house which can sleep up to a maximum of eight people has four bedrooms. Three bedrooms have double beds and one has two single beds. The two bathrooms have showers only.

Bed Linen will be supplied as required and beds made up prior to guests arrival, towels are not provided. The lounge has a Flat screen TV, DVD player and a DStv decoder with smart card. Multi-choices new extra package can be activated for guests on request at no extra charge. This will be dependent on available signal; dish sometimes loses signal due to baboon activity and guests giving us 24 hours’ notice for smart card activation. The house has a dining area and the kitchen is fully equipped. The kitchen has a large fridge-freezer and a microwave oven. There are wall fans installed throughout the house. The house has an electrical feed but the stove and water heating are fed from a gas supply. It is serviced weekly and has an alarm system linked to the Field Security armed response. Braai facilities are provided and there is a large upstairs lookout decking over a double car port. The latest addition is a good quality splash pool which is installed adjacent to the house. It is 3M x 3M x 1.1M deep and has a pump (water kept on the pool).

At Ingwenya View we have sightings of the Big 5 from our upstairs decking with our resident hippos and crocodiles abundant in the Crocodile River. Frequent visitors to the house are zebra, kudu, impala, wildebeest, giraffe, warthog, bushbuck, mongoose, genet and bush babies, not to mention the prolific birdlife which boasts over 300 of South Africa's finest species.

Children are more than welcome at Ingwenya View and should be encouraged to join you as viewing the passing animals is a memorable experience in itself. The world famous Kruger National Park is on our doorstep and there are great views across the Crocodile River into the Kruger from the upstairs decking. The Kruger Park's Malelane and Crocodile Bridge gates are approximately 25 km from Marloth Park which allows guests to spend the day in this mesmerising park while still being able to return and light the braai, take a dip in the pool and listen to the magical sounds of the African night which often includes the call of lion both within the Kruger Park and in Marloth's very own private reserve, Lionspruit.

If required by guests Ingwenya View may be able to arrange day trips into the Kruger National Park for guests at preferential rates. This is dependent on the availability of an open vehicle and qualified game ranger so advance notice would be essential.

Ingwenya View guarantees to give you the true experience of the African bushveld while enjoying and having a truly relaxing break away from the stresses of modern day life.
from R1100

Penny Lane Marloth Park

6 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

In just a four-hour drive from Johannesburg, you can be in the rugged Lowveld relaxing in our splash pool and forgetting your worries. Set...
In just a four-hour drive from Johannesburg, you can be in the rugged Lowveld relaxing in our splash pool and forgetting your worries. Set in Marloth Park, the house is regularly visited by warthog, impala, giraffe, zebra and many more wildlife.

Penny Lane is a well-equipped house which is ideal for family groups. The outside entertainment area has a large patio with a built-in braai and a splash pool. The lodge accommodates eight people comfortably.

We are ideally located for daily trips into the Kruger National Park as we are approximately 15 minutes from the Crocodile Bridge Gate. These trips can be arranged for you at an extra cost. Marloth Park is a birdwatcher's paradise with over 300 species.
from R2000
30 % Off
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Eden Safari Country House, Waterhole

18 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Mid week special   Eden Safari Country House, Waterhole has been awarded a 5 Star grading from the Tourism Grading...
Eden Safari Country House, Waterhole has been awarded a 5 Star grading from the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa and provides a true bushveldt experience and has something for every nature lover. This peaceful setting is only to be found at Marloth Conservatory; a unique experience not to be missed.

This is a double-storey house with three bedrooms, ideal for large family getaways. The upper floor has the main bedroom with a queen-size extra-length bed and a TV with DStv. The room has a spacious en-suite bathroom. The room opens onto a large covered porch with comfortable chairs and overlooks the waterhole. There is a mosquito net over the bed. Wi-Fi available to guests at an additional cost.

The spacious second room has two single beds, which can be arranged to form a double bed. The room leads onto the porch. The third room has a queen-size bed. The second bathroom has a toilet, a bath and a basin. Beds are covered in Egyptian cotton sheets and bath towels are provided.

Every morning the house is tidied and cleaned by workers. Laundry and baby-minding services can be arranged at an extra charge. A Kruger game viewing experience can be arranged at an additional charge.

A Mountain bike viewing experience can also be arranged in Marloth at an additional charge.
from R1500

Lion's Lair

Sleeps 13 in 6 rooms

Situated next to the Crocodile River within the quiet beauty of Marloth Park, Lion’s Lair offers the ideal bushveld getaway to...
Situated next to the Crocodile River within the quiet beauty of Marloth Park, Lion’s Lair offers the ideal bushveld getaway to nature-loving groups visiting this scenic part of Mpumalanga.

This private and secluded lodge has four comfortably furnished units. The first one has one single bed and one double bed, while the second unit has four bunk beds. The third unit has one single bed and one double bed, and the fourth unit has one three-quarter bed and one double bed.

The spacious lounge has comfortable couches and a TV with full DStv. The lodge also has a fully equipped kitchen as well as an indoor braai area, ideal for all of your self-catering needs. After having a great meal, relax in the garden while enjoying the weather. Guests can then take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool and appreciate the view of the nearby waterhole.

The lodge is located with a conservancy, giving guests ample opportunity to appreciate the abundance of bird- and wild life. It is also nestled between Lionspruit Game Reserve and the Kruger National Park, ensuring that nature enthusiasts will not be disappointed.

After a day of adventure and discovery, guests can return to the lodge to unwind with a drink in the private boma. Appreciate an African sunset while relaxing on the deck and listening to the sounds of nocturnal nature all around.
from R1300

Kudus Walk

2 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Kudus Walk is a charming self-catering house with a thatch roof, situated in Marloth Park.

The house consists of five en-suite...
Kudus Walk is a charming self-catering house with a thatch roof, situated in Marloth Park.

The house consists of five en-suite bedrooms with air-conditioning, an open-plan living area and a fully equipped kitchen.

There is a lovely patio with outdoor braai facilities and a splash pool, overlooking the bush. This is the ideal accommodation for a large family or a group of friends.
from R1480

Birdsong Africa Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Guests hoping for a memorable bushveld getaway will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Birdsong Africa Lodge. It offers a break...
Guests hoping for a memorable bushveld getaway will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Birdsong Africa Lodge. It offers a break away from the stress of city life in the beautiful setting of Marloth Park.

This uniquely designed lodge has two well-appointed bedrooms and two bathrooms. The lodge can sleep four adults. There is also a fully equipped kitchen and a comfortable lounge leading out onto a covered outdoor braai area, the ideal place for guests to enjoy delicious flame-grilled meals. Free Wi-Fi is available to guests.

This lodge is great for nature enthusiasts as it borders both the Lionspruit Game Reserve and the Kruger National Park. However, guests hoping to spot some buck or zebra need only open the front door. The lodge is set in a wildlife conservancy with an abundance of bird- and wild life.

Guests can cool off in the swimming pool before enjoying an evening meal underneath a clear star-filled sky. Admire the rugged beauty of this area while listening to the sounds of nocturnal creatures waking up.
from R1600

Leeu Street 4116

Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Nestled within the rugged beauty of Marloth Park, Leeu Street 4116 offers a memorable bushveld getaway to guests. Set within a conservancy...
Nestled within the rugged beauty of Marloth Park, Leeu Street 4116 offers a memorable bushveld getaway to guests. Set within a conservancy and bordering the well-known Kruger National Park, it is a great option for nature enthusiasts.

This spacious house has two lovely bedrooms, of which both have en-suite bathrooms. These bedrooms incorporate brick and wood into their design, allowing guests to feel even closer to nature. Each room has one single- and one double bed.

The living space has a comfortable lounge with a TV and a DStv connection. It also has a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen for all of your self-catering needs. The outside deck provides the ideal spot entertain while enjoying lovely views of the surrounding bushveld.

This conservancy offers a variety of bird- and wild life, and affords guests a unique and exclusive opportunity to view them. Guests can enjoy walks along the nearby Crocodile River and might even spot an elephant or two. The Kruger National Park is just a short drive away and will present even more game-viewing opportunities to guests.
from R1400

Hunters Rest Marloth Park

5 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Hunters Rest Marloth Park is a spacious self-catering house, situated in the popular Marloth Park...
Hunters Rest Marloth Park is a spacious self-catering house, situated in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy, bordering the Kruger National Park. Marloth Park has no fences, allowing wild animals such as kudu, wildbeest, impala, waterbuck, zebra, nyala, giraffe and many more to roam freely.

This house has three spacious bedrooms sleeping six, and an open-plan living area. Additional sleeping space can be arrange on mattresses for children. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering with all cutlery and crockery provided. The spacious living room offers comfortable seating, a TV and radio.

The property includes two fireplaces, braai facilities and a small splash pool.

Marloth Park is a holiday town situated next to the Crocodile River, which forms part of the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park.
from R800

Bushbaby Eden

9 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Enjoy an affordable breakaway in the heart of the bushveld. Wake up to the call of the fish eagles, hear lions roar at night and enjoy a...
Enjoy an affordable breakaway in the heart of the bushveld. Wake up to the call of the fish eagles, hear lions roar at night and enjoy a sighting of our resident bush babies. We are situated in Marloth Park, with only the Crocodile River separating us from the Kruger National Park.

This tranquil getaway provides an unforgettable experience and guests can expect regular visits by zebra, kudu, impala, giraffe, warthog and even the shy bush buck. The area is a bird lover’s paradise with more than 300 species identified. Be sure to wait outside the kitchen door just before sunset for a sighting of our lovely bush baby family.

Bushbaby Eden, surrounded by parkland, consists of three bedrooms and can accommodate four adults and two children. Two bedrooms are furnished with double beds and have en-suite bathrooms. The third bedroom has a bunk bed. The kitchen is equipped with cutlery and crockery and includes a fridge-freezers, stove and a microwave. All linen are provided; guests just need to bring their own towels.
Towels can be provided on request.

Bushbaby Eden is serviced Monday to Friday, unlike other self- catering accommodation you will have no dishes to wash, beds to make, just sit back and relax!

Bushbaby Eden has a lovely veranda that overlooks the pond, frequently visited by wildlife. The deck overlooks the bush, parkland and the pond. There is shaded parking for two vehicles and 24-hour security is provided by a local security company based in Marloth Park.

A pub and restaurant with a big screen TV, a take away outlet, a petrol station, a bakery, a butcher, a bottle store and several other shops can be found along Olifants Drive.

A 4 minute walk down Maroela road will take you to Henk van Rooyen Park where there is a public swimming pool, kiosk and restaurant that overlooks the Crocodile River.

This holiday will not be easily forgotten.
from R750
Nestled within the seemingly untouched beauty of Marloth Park, Itumeleng Self-catering Cottage...
Nestled within the seemingly untouched beauty of Marloth Park, Itumeleng Self-catering Cottage offers a unique holiday destination to guests. It is a great option for nature enthusiasts visiting this part of Mpumalanga.

This double-storey house has three well-appointed bedrooms. The downstairs area has a comfortable lounge with a sleeper couch, a lovely dining area and a fully equipped kitchen for all of your self-catering needs.

The house is set within a conservancy and offers guests exclusive game-viewing opportunities. Guests could also visit the nearby Kruger National Park, or admire the game at the Crocodile River. Up-close encounters are also not uncommon, ensuring that guests have a truly unforgettable stay.
from R2200

Voetspore

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Deep in the heart of the African bush, camouflaged by a canopy of trees, lies a hidden haven of beauty and tranquillity called Voetspore...
Deep in the heart of the African bush, camouflaged by a canopy of trees, lies a hidden haven of beauty and tranquillity called Voetspore self-catering unit. This affordable fully equipped unit is ideal for family holidays.

Voetspore is a double-storey thatched roof holiday house, ideally located in in Marloth Park, which is a wildlife conservancy adjacent to the Kruger National Park. This comfortable home allows visitors the opportunity to experience nature and free-roaming wildlife at its best. The house is situated next to the main road, Olifant Street, and is within walking distance from the Bush Centre.

This self-catering house can accommodate up to eight guests and contains three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and a lounge area. Downstairs, there are two en-suite bedrooms, each containing a queen-size bed. There are further two bedrooms upstairs, each containing twin single beds. These two rooms share a bathroom.

The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering. The comfortable lounge area features air-conditioning, and a TV with DStv capability, should you wish to bring your own decoder and smart card. There is also a patio on the second floor, so you can enjoy the sights of the surrounding area.
from R844

Wildsbokkie

10 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Wildsbokkie is a self-catering house situated in Marloth Park, next to the world-famous Kruger National Park. Ideal for those who enjoy a...
Wildsbokkie is a self-catering house situated in Marloth Park, next to the world-famous Kruger National Park. Ideal for those who enjoy a relaxing atmosphere and the outdoors, Marloth Park offers various free-roaming wildlife for an up close and personal experience.

The house comprises a fully equipped kitchenette with gas stove, air-conditioned bedrooms, and sleeps up to 16 people. Features include a swimming pool and lapa area with barbecue facilities. The property offers a fenced-in garden and the entertainment area is secured with palisades. In addition, we offer open vehicle safari tours to the Kruger National Park and other Mpumalanga tours on arrangement.

Please note that the rates displayed is per person and a minimum of six people need to book. The rates are subject to the number of guests staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R500

Khaya Umdani Mpumalanga

7 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Khaya Umdani is a self-catering guest house situated in Marloth Park. It offers guests a perfect combination of the luxury of home and the...
Khaya Umdani is a self-catering guest house situated in Marloth Park. It offers guests a perfect combination of the luxury of home and the excitement of the untamed African Wilderness.

Marloth Park is situated between the Kruger National Park and the Lionspruit conservation area. Big 5 sightings are a common occurrence along the banks of the Crocodile River which is only 500 m from Khaya Umdani. Smaller animals often graze near the house where guests can be sure to meet wildlife ranging from kudu and warthogs to giraffes and zebras.
from R5000

Ngululu

2 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Ngululu is a charming self-catering holiday house situated in Marloth Park, close to the Kruger National Park. Animals roam freely among...
Ngululu is a charming self-catering holiday house situated in Marloth Park, close to the Kruger National Park. Animals roam freely among the houses, some you can even feed.

The thatched-roof house consists of three bedrooms, private bathrooms, an open-plan living area with a TV, and a fully equipped kitchen. All linen and towels are provided, serviced weekly. Bring your own smart card and decoder for DStv access.

There is a dishwasher and ice maker in the kitchen, and fans in the lounge area and all bedrooms. Guests can relax on the wooden deck, or on the spacious patio with outdoor furniture and a splash pool, overlooking the lush vegetation.
from R750

Marloth Park Conservancy South Africa

Marloth Park Conservancy Self-catering Accommodation
Marloth Park is a unique bushveld holiday town and nature conservancy bordering the Kruger National Park. Here people and wildlife coexist peacefully on the banks of the Crocodile River. It’s an amazing place for kids to enjoy nature, with opportunities to feed zebra, get close to giraffe or watch bush babies come out at night. Giraffe, zebra, blue wildebeest, kudu, nyala, impala, ostrich and other wildlife wander freely between the lodges and residences. Microlight flips above the Crocodile River offer amazing opportunities to spot elephant, hippo, crocodile and giraffe from the air. The town itself is blissfully uncommercial, with little more than a petrol station and a few shops providing essentials. Just 14 km from the Crocodile Bridge entrance to the Kruger National Park, most visitors use it as a base to explore Kruger with a guided walking safari or 4x4 tour. Marloth Park is also a convenient stopover to Swaziland and Mozambique. It’s only a one-hour drive to the gorgeous subtropical beaches of Mozambique and a 45-minute drive to Swaziland.
Marloth Park is a unique bushveld holiday town and nature conservancy bordering the Kruger National Park. Here people and wildlife coexist peacefully on the banks of the Crocodile River. It’s an amazing place for kids to enjoy nature, with... Read more
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