About Kleingeluk Guest Cottages
Situated at the foothills of the beautiful Soutpansberg, these self-catering guest cottages are situated in the historical town of Louis Trichardt. Three self-catering units are available. Unit 2 can sleep five people, has a private entrance in a garden setting, and a private swimming pool and braai facilities both indoors and outdoors are available.Perfectly situated near restaurants and town, breakfast can be supplied on request at R105.00 per person. Hanglip hiking route in the beautiful forest surroundings of the mountain within walking distance. Small game, birds and beautiful scenery await you. Walking trails are available and can be booked with Safcol.We know our area well, and suggestions for day trips easily given. Beautiful farming, fruit growing and game area. Only an hours drive from the Beit Bridge Border post to Zimbabwe, and the two gates of the Kruger Park namely Pafuri and Punda Maria.
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