About Bushbaby Eden
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.
- Swimming Pool
- No Credit Card Facilities
- Restaurant on Premises
- Parking on Premises
Reviews for Bushbaby Eden9 guest reviews Reviews of
3.5 out of 5 stars
ants all over the place even in the fridge and fridge didn't work. plugs uncovered alarm system didn't work monitor lizzard in the roof will not recommend for people with small children's and baby.Establishments Response:The caretaker sent me photos of the braai grid that the guest broke off the braai and threw into the garden. I also had complaints from Field security about the guests disturbing the peace and that they tampered with the alarm system. When I sent an e-mail to the guest asking what happened she responded by writing this review. Concerning the fridge, it is brand new and in perf... see more
Our very first trip to Marloth Park and we loved every moment. The house and all utensils (kitchen well stocked) were very clean and more than adequate. An outside refuse bin close to the house would be advantageous, especially over weekends when the butler / cleaner does not attend to the house. We enjoyed the braai area overlooking the waterhole – a very convenient spot to watch game up-close. The beds were very comfortable and the bedding clean and very neat. Unfortunately we did not see the bush babies for some reason. We will surely make use of this venue again in the near future. Willi... see more
Had a very relaxing family weekend. The animals visited and we heard the lions during the night.Also saw a very sad sighting of Rhino poaching across the river bed. Baby Rhino safely taken away by the rangers.
We enjoyed our time at Bushbaby Eden. It was a pleasure to arrive at the house after a long day and found the house clean and tidy. Will book the venue again in the future. Thanks for the smooth resolving of the problem on Friday on our arrival at the venue.
They ran out of gas and we had to take cold showers. Expected more for the price.Establishment's responseIn the e-mail sent to you before you arrived at Bushbaby Eden you were supplied with 4 contact numbers that you could phone if you had any problems. You only contacted us on the 20th of December and within 2 hours a new gas bottle was delivered at our home therefore I cannot understand how it could be possible that you had cold showers or why you did not immediately let us know about the problem? There is a shortage of gas in Marloth Park and therefore we may not have 2 gas bottles refille... see more
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