Rooms

  • Cottage 1 x 2

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    (Room Type: General) Sleeps: 4; Max Adults: 4; Smoking: No; Children Allowed: Yes Large bedrooms opening onto verandah Room IncludesBathEnsuiteFanGarden FurnitureHeaterKitchen UnitLinenOvenPrivate Garden / PatioStove / Electric StoveTowelsTVDouble (D)Shower & BathSingle (S)Braai EquipmentSelf-catering (S/C) 

  • Cottage 2 x 2

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    (Room Type: General) Sleeps: 4; Max Adults: 4; Smoking: No; Children Allowed: Yes Large Bedrooms opening onto verandah Room IncludesShowerEnsuiteFanHeaterKitchen UnitLinenOvenPrivate Garden / PatioStove / Electric StoveTowelsTVDouble (D)Shower & BathSingle (S)Braai EquipmentSelf-catering (S/C) 

General

The reserve falls within a horseshoe of a picturesque section of the iVungu River which meanders down through a valley of hills into the Indian Ocean at the well known Uvongo Beach, where one finds the iVungu Falls. It is a small reminder of the once untouched natural coastline with it’s varied ecosystems consisting of grassland, riverine and coastal forest.

River Valley Nature Reserve offers two identical cottages situated in a peaceful and picturesque part of the reserve close to the iVungu River. Each cottage has two large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, both bathrooms having a shower and a bath. The lounge, dining room and kitchen are open plan. The lounge and bedrooms open up to a large verandah looking onto riverine forest.

Establishment Code

A01706

Nearby

Airport Nearby, Beach Nearby, Coach / Bus Station Nearby, Golf course, Medical facilities, Near Golf Course, Restaurant, Riverside, Shopping centres, Tourism attractions

Price

Price : 900.00 ZAR - 1,800.00 ZAR per night

AATravel Code

PA6651

City

margate

Facilities

  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • English
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Self-catering

Activities

Beach, Bird watching, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Golf, Hiking, Outdoor, River, Water Sports - Scuba diving

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