About 114 Kudu - Marloth Park
114 Kudu is a self-catering holiday home sleeping eight guests in two double bedrooms and a loft area furnished with four single beds. This luxury accommodation provides a tranquil and unforgettable experience with wildlife roaming freely in their natural environment, as there are no fences in Marloth Park. Regular visits to the home are made by countless zebra, impala, kudu, giraffe and warthog.
The main double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom comprising a bath, shower, washbasin and toilet. The double downstairs bedroom has an adjoining bathroom comprising a shower, washbasin and toilet. The loft area offers four single beds and it is also serviced by its own bathroom with a shower, washbasin and toilet.
The kitchen is fully equipped with cutlery and crockery including a fridge-freezer and microwave. Linen and towels are provided as well as a DStv decoder, but guests are required to bring their own smart card. The home boasts a screened boma including a splash pool, barbecue and seating area together with built-in serving and washing facilities. There is also shaded parking for two vehicles and 24-hour response security is provided by a local security company.
Safari: Wildlife roam freely through the conservancy which borders the Kruger National Park.
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114 Kudu - Marloth Park Map
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