Carolmarks is a charming self-catering house in Marloth park, which is just 700 m to the Crocodile River and lookout point.
This home away from home is ideal for couples, families and friends. There are four bedrooms all with air-conditioning. There are two shared bathrooms; one with a bath and shower and the other with a shower. Open-plan, fully equipped kitchen with air-conditioning, gas stove and oven, microwave and two fridge-freezer and ice maker, there is also a dish washer and washing machine. There are two living areas, the lounge being downstairs and the other being upstairs with open view satellite TV, which opens onto great viewing deck which has gas braai and dining facilities.
Outside is a spacious braai area with gazebo and dining facilities, as well as a beautiful swimming pool to relax and cool off in.
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