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Absolute Leisure Cottages consists of two neighbouring properties in the village of Machadodorp. Machado House is a grand Victorian home named after Paul Kruger’s raiway surveyor, General Joachim Machado. The house has been divided into three separate self contained units sleeping up to ten people in double bedrooms. Units take their names from the history of Machadodorp: BaKoni, Geluk and EnTokozweni.

Machado House is elegantly furnished in the old Victorian style of the late 1800s, and each bathroom has both a legged bath and a shower for the convenience and comfort of our guests. The whole of Machado House can be booked for a group get together, and the locked doors separating units can be opened to make a 10 bed party venue. Just One More Cast Cottages is a complex of four cottages accommodating up to 16 people.

This ‘Boere Maak ‘n Plan’ complex offers two couple cottages, one family cottage and one four bedroomed cottage with eight beds. Interiors are country style and each cottages’ name is derived from a local fishing fly: Duckworths Dargle Delight, Wickhams Fancy, Blue Dunn and Cats Whisker.
1 month before stay date: 50% of deposit is refundable.
2 weeks before stay date: 25% of deposit is refundable.
Less than 2 weeks before stay date: 0% of deposit is refundable.

Children aged between 0 and 3 stay free.
Children aged between 4 and 18 pay 50% of the sharing rate.

All Ages Welcome. No smoking No pets

Establishment Code



Town / City Outskirts


Price : 395.00 ZAR - 815.00 ZAR p/p sharing

AATravel Code





  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • English
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Hairdryer
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Secure Parking
  • Self-catering
  • TV Room / Lounge


4x4 Trail, Abseiling, Bird watching, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Hiking, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Outdoor, Rock climbing, Safaris

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MpumalangaGenerally accepted to be the safari capital of South Africa, Mpumalanga is best known for the Kruger National Park and the many private game reserves on its border that offer a usually somewhat more exclusive – and far more expensive – alternative to staying in the park. The whole province has a colourful history, particularly

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