From R420 PPS
Blyde River Cabin Guesthouse is an upmarket luxury self-catering (catered on request) log cabin with an extensive private deck on the banks of the Blyde River (Limpopo Province, South Africa) situated on the fringe of a critically endangered azonal forest type known as Lowveld Riverine Forest.
The guesthouse is fully equipped, sleeps six pax (three bedrooms: one double bed and four single beds in the two adjacent rooms) and has two self-contained bathrooms. DSTV (in lounge area) and air conditioners.
Secure undercover parking, braai area, a jungle gym and sand pit. Children of all ages are welcome but please remember the guesthouse is not fenced and wild animals traverse the surrounding area. From the deck overlooking the river you can relax and admire your surroundings or scan the bush in search of the endangered and elusive Pels Fishing owl or other resident fauna surrounding the guesthouse. Hippo, crocodile, bush babies, chacma baboon, waterbuck, kudu, impala, warthog and spotted hyaena have all been seen from the deck with signs (audio and tracks) of other more elusive creatures (leopard, Pels Fishing owl and wood owl) ever present.