About Platbos Log Cabins
Situated in a magnificent secret valley on the slopes of the Slanghoek mountains, we offer three private and secluded self-catering wooden cabins overlooking the dam.Each log cabin features an open-plan kitchen and living area, two bedrooms with queen-size beds, and a loft area with two single beds. The cabins utilise gas, solar and battery power only, NO ELECTRICTY, and no open fires are permitted. A charcoal kettle braai is however provided on the verandah. Come appreciate and enjoy the silence and tranquillity of the Slanghoek Valley. PLEASE NOTE THAT VEHICLES WITH A HIGH GROUND CLEARANCE IS REQUIRED TO REACH THE CABINS.
Please note that a high clearance/4x4 vehicle is needed to access the log cabins.
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