“Mushi Maningi”, loosely meaning “Lots of Niceness” is situated deep in the Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate. Self-catering and private, this cosy three bedroomed lodge has much to offer by way of comfort and relaxation.
The main bedroom is downstairs and offers a perfect night's sleep on a Queen sized bed, whilst the two upstairs bedrooms each have two single beds. All bedrooms are tastefully and stylishly decorated, the main bedroom has AC, as does the bigger bedroom upstairs. The bedrooms also have ceiling fans and the windows are fitted with fly/mosquito screens. The upstairs bathroom has a shower, vanity basin and toilet, whilst the downstairs bathroom offers a bath, vanity basin and toilet. This bathroom leads off to an outdoor shower, perfect for feeling the warm sun on your body as you wash away the stresses of city living. The lounge has an air conditioner and DSTV, or bring your own DVDs and let the kids watch their favourite movies. There is a small selection of games and reading material for the kids and adults alike. A well-equipped, light and airy kitchen, with hob and oven, this will make preparing your meals a treat. No need to feel like you’ve been left alone in the kitchen, just open the stacking window onto the large patio and chat freely with your family or friends sitting around the eight-seater table, waiting for that tasty meal you’ve prepared.
There’s also a choice of classic white dinnerware or the more fun, rustic, enamelware. Choose between the table top braai or the pit braai, perfect for sitting around a glowing bushfire, socializing or just gazing up at the stars, listening to the night sounds that only the bush can produce. The swimming pool is just metres away and is a glorious, welcome relief on those hot summer days.We would love to welcome you to “Mushi Maningi” for a relaxing bush break and the making of wonderful memories.
- Swimming Pool
- Satellite TV*
- No Credit Card Facilities
- Parking on Premises
- No TGCSA Grading
Safari: General plains game wander freely with regular sightings of impala, warthog and monkeys. Take a drive or walk in the greenbelt and look for giraffe, nyala, bushbuck, waterbuck, and zebra, or ride a demarcated mountain bike route.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling