About Gecko Cottages
Situated in Prince Albert, amongst all the shops and restaurants, Gecko Cottages has two self-catering cottages.
Both cottages are set around a walled garden and share a splash-pool. Gecko 1 has two bedrooms, both having en-suite shower rooms. The main bedroom has a queen-size bed and air-conditioning/heating with french doors opening onto a totally private patio allowing access to the second bedroom which has two single beds and is equipped with a ceiling fan. A third bathroom is accessed from the living area. The cottage also benefits from a comprehensive kitchen/dining area adjacent to a larger than average lounge area with ceiling fans and a built-in fireplace. This opens onto a shady patio overlooking the splash pool and garden. Gecko 2 is a studio/open plan cottage with an en-suite shower room and queen size bed the cottage is fully air-conditioned and heated. it also has an antique wood burning stove. There is a kitchenette/dining area and a lounge area also leading out onto a shady patio overlooking the splash pool and garden.
Both cottages have a DVD player with a flatscreen television (no DSTV) and there is a small library of DVD's. Nearby there is the public lending library which also has a selection of DVD's you can rent.
No pets. No smoking in rooms. Smoking is only permitted on the room patio or garden areas.
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