About Orchard Cottage
Orchard Cottage is a beautiful vintage self-catering cottage situated in an apricot orchard in McGregor, in the beautiful Breede River Valley of the Western Cape. The cottage can accommodate up to four adult guests and contains two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and a kitchen.
The main bedroom contains a queen-size bed and the second bedroom contains twin single beds. Both rooms feature pocket-coil mattresses, duck down duvets and percale linen. The first bathroom contains a bath, toilet and basin, and the second bathroom contains a shower, toilet and basin.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes a microwave, mini stove, kettle, toaster, full size fridge-freezer, and a coffee-maker. The lounge features a fireplace and a flat screen TV with premium DStv and a DVD player, and the lush garden features barbecue facilities for relaxed entertaining.
Family friendly: We offer a children play area.
Minimum stay of 2 nights over weekends and 3 nights over long weekends
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