Akunandaba is a large self-catering house situated in Marloth Park Conservancy, with animals roaming around freely and within walking distance to the Crocodile River.
The house consists of three bedrooms with fans, three bathrooms, a loft with four single beds, an open-plan living area with a TV, and a fully equipped kitchen. All linen and towels are provided.
There is air-conditioning and DStv access in the lounge area, and laundry facilities in the kitchen. Guests can relax on the patio with outdoor furniture, leading to a lovely splash pool. An outdoor braai area is surrounded by lush vegetation, ideal for socializing.
A key deposit of R 600.00 is required, the amount is fully refundable if no damages occur during your stay.
The deposit will be paid back in 7 days, after departure.
Daily cleaning can be arranged on request, at extra cost.
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