near Kruger National Park
|Contact :||Mr Fourie|
|Local Tel :||082-5743959|
|INT Tel :||+27-82-5743959|
|Local Fax :||086-6750106|
|INT Fax :||+27-86-6750106|
The experience awaiting you:
Experience the best of both worlds: a luxurious, fully serviced house and the enjoyment of watching wild animals roaming in the garden.
While you enjoy a relaxing swim in the swimming pool, you can listen to the cry of the African fish eagle or listen to the sounds of the hippos snorting in the nearby Crocodile River. Listen to the roar of the lion while sitting around the fire in the boma. Ideally situated for day trips to the game-rich southern areas (Lower Skukuza and Malelelane) in the world renowned Kruger National Park situated just across the river, a 20 minute drive away.
An afternoon drive along the Crocodile River will afford you the sight of the African giants, the elephants, grazing in the reeds along the river. Then back to Impala Place for a traditional barbecue under the African stars that twinkle like diamonds. While you gaze into the fire and experience the freedom of the African bush you can forget about your cares and experience a wonderful release of tension and anxiety so that you can go home refreshed and rejuvenated.
Marloth Park is a bird watcher's paradise - more than 300 bird species have been identified in the area so far!
You can relax in the comfort of an air-conditioned house and enjoy the convenience of each bedroom having its own bathroom. You also have television and videotapes to watch and books to read. The air-conditioned main bedroom is ideal for a honeymoon couple or a romantic encounter in a bath big enough to accommodate two people as well as a shower. It also has its own balcony that looks out onto the African bush and at night the millions of stars in a clear sky.
A four-hour drive from Johannesburg, or a one-hour drive from the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport at Maputo, Mozambique (an hours' drive from Marloth Park and situated at the sea) and the kingdom of Swaziland (less than an hour's drive). Please note that no domestic animals are allowed in Marloth Park.
Facilities at Impala Place:
4 spacious bedrooms with double beds, 3 with en-suite facilities and one stand-alone bathroom. A large enclosed, air-conditioned veranda (can be partitioned if required) has four single beds. Excellently appointed kitchen, including microwave and eye-level oven. Comfortable, air-conditioned living areas. Satellite TV Ceiling fans in all bedrooms. Boma (Barbeque area). Extensive outdoor living areas. Under-cover parking for two vehicles. All linen, towels etc. Fully serviced by domestic assistant. Swimming pool.
Facilities in Marloth Park:
Large swimming pool. Filling station. Mini supermarkets for essential items. Restaurant and Bar. Access to Lion Spruit Private Game Reserve, Marloth Park's own game reserve.
Facilities and Activities in the Area:
Golf in Malelane (both 9 holes) and Leopard Creek (18 hole championship course). Close to the borders of both Swaziland and Mozambique. Game drives, as well as night drives, in the Kruger National Park. Tigerfish angling at Komatipoort.
The following are included in the rate:
The following are not included in the rate:
|Ramps provided in close proximity to stairs|
|Textured surfaces, such as roughened finishes, on all ramps, stairways and main circulation paths|
|Route surface firm and even – surface should be hard with no gravel or cobble type finishes|
|Clear unobstructed routes provided throughout the facility|
|All areas well and evenly lit|
|Door handles in the area located at a height of between 120cm – 80cm|
|Signage displaying the international symbol of accessibility at the accessible pickup/drop-off point|
|Fixed slip-resistant floor surface. Wooden floors, tiles or close pile carpet no higher than 13mm|
|Re-positioning of furniture, and other obstructions in the room to meet guest requirements|
|At registration any guest with a functional limitation [or any guest requesting such facility] is highlighted in the system, so that in the event of an emergency, special procedures can be taken to locate and evacuate these guests|
|Floors should be level. If a difference in level is unavoidable this should not exceed a 1.3cm difference|
|Floor surfaces at wheelchair areas should be level, stable, firm and slip-resistant. Carpet or carpet tile used on the floors must be securely attached, and be of a low pile type (1.3cm thick or less) with a firm pad|
|Hand rails in the bathrooms|
|Stable seating area in the bath / shower|