Marthinuberg comprises of two rustic chalets, constructed mainly from local rock, which provide comfortable accommodation and are fully equipped with all the comforts of home.
The chalets feature solar-powered lights and refrigerators, gas heating for water, and barbecue facilities add to the tastefully finished open-plan en-suite bedroom and adjoining kitchen. Both units provide sweeping views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Battery-powered cell phone and tablet charging facilities are also available.
Each chalet is equipped with its own barbecue facilities. Firewood and charcoal briquettes may be purchased from reception.
Safari: Camp one has free roaming Bontebok, Kalahari Springbok, Duiker, Eland, Zebra, Grey Rhebok and Black Wildebeest; in addition, we have had infrequent visits from a Cape Mountain Leopard, Caracal and Black-Backed Jackal.
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