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Intundla's Rest

Marloth Park, Mpumalanga
R 1,750
Avg per night

Intundla's Rest is situated in Marloth Park, a nature reserve and holiday town south of the Kruger National Park and bordering parkland which offers enough room for animals to roam. Guests at Intundla's Rest can see free-roaming wildlife such as kudus, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, and blue wildebeests that regularly come to graze around the house. Hippos are also often heard in the evening. Marloth Park is home to more than 350 bird species.

Intundla's Rest is 400 meters from the Crocodile River, which separates the Kruger National Park and Marloth Park. This proximity means that the Big 5 animals are often seen and heard at the river. Visitors are welcome to take a stroll along the river or bring their mountain bikes.

The beautiful self-catering house at Intundla's Rest is fully furnished and can comfortably accommodate 6 guests. It features an open-plan kitchen (with gas stove) and living area, 3 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms. The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, one bedroom is in the cottage with its own bathroom and living area, and a loft bedroom with a separate bathroom opens onto a deck area. The deck and covered porch overlook the waterhole where animals often come to drink. The living area leads to a porch which overlooks the splash pool and boma.

Other amenities at Intundla's Rest include 3 air conditioners, ceiling fans in every room, a smart TV and unlimited WiFi (with UPS backup) in both the main house and cottage, an alarm system connected to the local security firm, and secure parking.

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