About The Carraighs
Nestled between Plettenberg Bay and Nature's Valley, in the Crags, in the Garden Route, The Carraighs offers guests a truly relaxing stay overlooking an indigenous forest, with spectacular birdlife. The secluded location offers privacy, but the cottage is only 10 minutes away from Keurbooms Beach and 15 minutes from Natures Valley.This lovely two-storey cottage has a main bedroom downstairs, with a double bed. The large dining and living area, has a TV with DSTV. There is a couch/single bed in the lounge for a small child to sleep and also a camp cot available. The upstairs loft, with separate entrance and outside staircase has a double bed and two single beds, as well as a coffee table and couch which can also be converted into a sleeper couch. The loft has a wooden deck with a beautiful view. There is a fully equipped and modern kitchen downstairs, a full bathroom, with bath and shower and braai facilities available next to the swimming pool. Also a private BBQ at the cottage. Meals can be enjoyed in the spacious living area or outside overlooking the forest. Close to all the animal sanctuaries including Monkeyland, Birds of Eden, the Elephant Sanctuary, the Snake Park and Tenikwa Wildlife Sanctuary. Guests can visit the many restaurants in the area before coming back to relax in the swimming pool while enjoying a beautiful sunset. The Crags also now has a top quality wine route with excellent restaurants offering wine tasting.
Family friendly: Lovely loft bedroom upstairs perfect for older children. Separate bedroom downstairs for the parents to have their peace ! Swimming pool, dogs and casual, relaxed environment surrounded by beautiful indigenous forest.
No pets and no smoking inside the cottage please.
We do have a camping cot for infants.
There is an outside staircase to the upstairs bedroom. Younger children can sleep in the sofa bed in the living area (max 1 plus a baby in the cot).
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