About Disa Lodge
This Victorian house is situated in the heart of the old village and was one of the first to be built in Darling.
We offer three double bedrooms with en-suite showers. Two rooms each have a private entrance to a veranda. The house has a shared TV lounge and a large stoep with a built-in braai, which is a great place to eat breakfast.
The cottage is self catering with a luxury bedroom with an en-suite shower and a view from the garden. The lounge is equipped with a TV and DVD player as well as a sleeper couch and a fireplace which leads to a stoep with a built-in braai. Wood is provided. The kitchen is fully equipped with a gas/electric stove and tea and coffee facilities. All rooms have either single or double beds with percale bedding and electric blankets for the cold winter nights and fans for summer nights as well as a view from the garden.
Secure off-street parking is available and the garden has pool to cool off in on those hot summer days. Walk to the famous Evita se Peron or to the village restaurants. Enjoy the wild flower show in spring time or tastings of top quality wines at one the five wineries nearby.
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