Guests hoping for a pleasant bushveld getaway will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at LankGwag. It is set within the rugged beauty of Marloth Park and is a great choice for nature-loving families or groups.
This thatched-roof house has three bedrooms and additional sleeping space in the comfortable lounge. There are also two bathrooms, of which each one has a shower. The kitchen is fully equipped for all of your self-catering needs and meals can be enjoyed on the patio. The house also has an upstairs deck offering views of the surrounding area.
Because the house is set within a conservancy, guests will have exclusive and unique game-viewing opportunities. Both the Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park are not too far away, ensuring even more chances to appreciate the wild life.
After an adventure-filled day, visitors can return to the comfort of the house. As twilight turns into night time, guests can enjoy a braai in the lapa before cooling off in the splash pool. Visitors can then relax on the balcony while listening to sounds of nocturnal nature all around.
Stay for 3 nights and only pay for 2 nights between 01 Aug 2018 and 2018/08/31 12:00:00 AM.
- 3 night min stay (check-in between 01 Aug 2018 and 31 Aug 2018)
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