About Impala's Rest
Impala's Rest is situated in the heart of Nelspruit, a city positioned along the Crocodile River.The charming self-catering unit contains a double bed with a separate lounge area providing accommodation for two people, on-suite bathroom with toilet, bath and shower. Fresh towels and linen provided. The unit has a seperate lounge/kitchen area that comes equipped with a microwave, toaster, fridge and tea & coffee facilitiesi. DSTV and Wifi in the room. Freshly baked rusks on arrival and fresh milk in the fridge will await you at Impala's Rest. Nelspruit is an ideal base from which to explore The Kruger National Park and surrounding scenic areas, which have much to offer for the adventurous guest. We would love to welcome you at our home and will gladly give you advice on where to go and what to see in the Lowveld. We are also cycle enthusiasts and will guide to to all the trails in the area. Hope to see you soon!
The rates are for two people sharing. Please request a quote for additional people.
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