About Acacia Cottage
Acacia Cottage is located just a block away from town on a little farm with horses, chickens, cats and dogs - a private and restful retreat from street lights and traffic. The self-catering cottage features two en-suite bedrooms, one with a queen-size bed and shower, the other with twin beds, a bathroom and air-conditioning. Both bedrooms also have mosquito nets, fans and mohair throws.
For winter, we have heaters in the bedrooms and a cosy fireplace in the lounge. The kitchen is fully equipped with all cooking requirements and a choice of teas, coffees and rusks. There is also a washing machine for guests' use and a cleaning and laundry service can be provided upon request for an additional charge. Safe, off-street parking is also provided.
Dine al fresco on the vine-covered veranda or in the spacious open-plan living room which features a fold-out couch which provides extra sleeping space. Spend your time relaxing and watching the grazing horses or the magnificent Karoo sunsets, have a braai, or take a dip in the swimming pool.
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