Marula Garden Cottage
About Marula Garden Cottage
Nestled in the wild of Phalaborwa lies the tranquil self-catering unit, Marula Garden Cottage. Here a family can explore the area and relax in comfort.
The unit is composed of one bedroom with a double bed made up with beautiful linen. The bedroom has a fan as well as air-conditioning.
An en-suite bathroom is fitted in the unit and is equipped with a shower. Towels and toiletries are provided but we kindly ask that you bring your own beach towels.
The kitchenette provides a cosy space for cooking and is fitted with a fridge, freezer, microwave, stove, cutlery and crockery. Guests can dine at the dining table and chairs in the living space.
Leading from the kitchenette to a lounge area with a thatch roof and exquisite chandelier; a sleeper-couch is able to accommodate two children. The main couches are arranged around a glass coffee table and TV with satellite channels.
The sliding doors in the lounge open up onto a patio with braai facilities and a swimming pool. Marula Garden Cottage also offers guests parking on the premises.
Phalaborwa welcomes visitors with Hans Merensky Nature Reserve and Letaba Ranch Game Reserve. Guests of Marula Garden Cottage can gain access to the Kruger National Park through the Phalaborwa Gate.
50% to be paid when booking and the rest on arrival.
Marula Garden Cottage Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Phalaborwa
(2 km from Phalaborwa)
Home to Africa's wild and silky cream liqueur, the Amarula Lapa is a great spot to chill near the Phalaborwa Gate of Kruger National Park. Here you can relax, stretch your legs and of course, enjoy a glass of Amarula Cream on ice and stock up with...
(10.3 km from Phalaborwa)
Tee off on the wild side at Hans Merensky Golf Course near the Phalaborwa Gate of Kruger National Park. The renowned course has a unique bushveld atmosphere and it’s not uncommon for visitors to share their golf experience with resident giraffe,...
(55.9 km from Phalaborwa)
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(9.1 km from Phalaborwa)
Trip back in time to a beautifully restored Stone Age village in Kruger National Park Situated on top of the picturesque Masorini Hill 11km from Phalaborwa entrance gate on the road to Letaba camp, Masorini offers a glimpse of an organized economy...