About Lion's Lair
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.
Lion's Lair Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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