About Bush Cottage
Bush Cottage occupies a prime position with uninterrupted views across the Crocodile River, into Kruger Park. It’s just a few metres from the bank of the Crocodile River and a stroll along the river in search of game such as elephant, lion, hippo, crocodile, rhino, leopard, buffalo and cheetah.Marloth Park's river track and a network of unpaved roads are ideal for walking, jogging and cycling with family and friends in a bushveld environment. Bush Cottage has everything you need for a relaxing, fun-filled, self-catering bush break. There is a welcoming blend of bush-veld charm and style.The cottage is fully equipped with a modern kitchen and bathroom facilities; crisp, fresh linen and bath sheets. Double doors open onto a large tiled verandah with splash pool, paved braai area, bush braai or bonfire pit.Marloth Park is a Wildlife Conservancy; home to free-ranging wild game including kudu, giraffe, impala, zebra, baboon, warthog, vervet monkeys, wildebeest, ostrich and the occasional leopard, lion or cheetah that drops in for a visit. Basic supplies, fuel, ATMs, sports bar and restaurants are found in Marloth Park. Bush Cottage is ideally located for day trips into Kruger Park via Crocodile Bridge and Malelane Gates, Swaziland via Jeppes Reef and Mozambique via Komatipoort. Marloth Park is 100 km from Nelspruit along the N4 highway which provides easy access to a host of tourist destinations including the Sabie, White River, Hazyview areas, Pilgrim’s Rest, The Blyde River Canyon, Chimp Eden, Elephant Sanctuary, Cheetah Breeding Project and much more.
Please note that the rate displayed is for 1-4 persons per night, this establishment can accommodate up to 8 persons.
Bush Cottage doeos NOT charge per person and has 2 tariffs for the whole unit: Year ending 28 February 2018: R1395/night for 1-4 people; R1875/night for 5-8 people. Tariffs 01 March 2018 to be advised. ... Please note that the rate displayed is for 1-4 persons per night, this establishment can accommodate up to 8 persons.
Bush Cottage doeos NOT charge per person and has 2 tariffs for the whole unit: Year ending 28 February 2018: R1395/night for 1-4 people; R1875/night for 5-8 people. Tariffs 01 March 2018 to be advised.
Tariffs are for self-catering accommodation and are not seasonal, remaining the same throughout the year. Minimum stay: 2 nights ordinary time; 3 nights over public holidays/long weekends. No charge for babies with their own travel cots and linen. Regret: No Sunday Check-In; No Weekend Guest Change-Over .
Please note that the Kruger Park/Lowveld Region is a malaria area. Consult your doctor or pharmacist about precautions, use personal mozzie sprays and bring mats for the electronic machines provided. Please take special care with children - particularly under 5 years of age who are considered at high risk.
Kindly note that, as a private home, Bush Cottage does cannot offer 24-hour check-in and check-in between 2pm and 6pm on day of arrival. Check-out by 10am on day of departure.
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