East of Eden Waterfront Log Cabin
About East of Eden Waterfront Log Cabin
East of Eden Waterfront Log Cabin is situated in a forest on the Ruigtevlei Estuary. This rustic yet well-equipped log cabin faces the river, and offers beautiful views of the forest, mountains and river.
The farm includes a range of activities such as canoeing, walking trails and birdwatching.
Walks along meandering paths in the farms forest plantation for nature lovers. Salt and mineral licks for the wild game.
There are three bedrooms with double and single beds, and two bathrooms. The open-plan living area includes comfortable seating a TV with DVD player, and leads out onto a balcony. The fully equipped kitchen is fitted with a stove, fridge and microwave. Gas and wood braai facilities are provided. The cabin is cleaned once a week for long stays.
Please bring your own decoder and smart card to watch DStv. There are only basic M-Net channels.
Guests need to bring their own swimming towels.
R200.00 refundable key and remotem deposit.
East of Eden Waterfront Log Cabin Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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