About Giraffe Plains Self-Catering
This is a charming self-catering house located in Marloth Park, popular for its open spaces with no fencing, which allows the wildlife to roam free among the houses.
The house is set on two levels and can sleep up to six guests comfortably. It consists of two bedrooms on the ground floor, two bathrooms of which one is en suite, an open-plan living area and a fully equipped kitchen.
There is a spacious loft with two single beds, a pool table, a TV and a small bathroom. Guests can take a dip in the lovely splash pool overlooking the bushveld, make use of the braai facilities, or just relax in the sun or in the thatch-roof lapa.
We require a 50 % deposit to secure a booking.
Dates will not be held unless the deposit is received.
All bookings at Giraffe Plains are subject to the park rules of Marloth park Nature reserve.
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