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From: R1 800 per night
Closest Gate: Crocodile Bridge Gate
Lujos Sekekama is a luxurious self-catering lodge set in the Marloth Park Conservancy, built with leisure in mind and boasting upmarket and tasteful furnishings.
It is located directly on the border of the Lionspruit Game Reserve, and one kilometre from the Kruger Park, Crocodile River Fence. The house consists of three, fully equipped double bedrooms, two of which are en-suite and located on the ground floor. The third bedroom is located upstairs, separated from the six single beds, ensuring privacy.
All beds are fitted with Mosquito nets and crisp, fresh white linen. A third bathroom completes the sleeping and ablution facilities. The spacious downstairs lounge comprises a TV area with full, Dual View DStv, table tennis as well as a pool table and leads into a separate dining room area, fully equipped kitchen, scullery and laundry room with dishwasher and washing machine for your convenience.
The 2nd upstairs lounge with own TV is ideal for younger family members.
Air conditioning and fans are located throughout the house. Please see the General Rules and Regulations regarding their use.
The front door opens onto the pool and shaded patio with built in braai/BBQ area. A 14-seater wooden bench and table is perfect for family lunches while the outside boma with separate braai area, fire pit and ample seating guarantees unforgettable evenings under the African sky.
The house is serviced daily except for Thursdays and weekends. Laundry services are also available at an additional cost, paid directly to Patricia the housekeeper.
Free WIFI is available. You will receive your password together with General Rules and Regulations before Check In.
Guests have access to a variety of restaurants, the Bushveld Atlantis Waterpark and Letubi Quad Biking. Other activities include Kruger National Park and Lionspruit Reserve Game Reserve visits. Marloth Park is also a gateway to the Mpumalanga Lowveld with various scenic routes well worth exploring, as well as cross border visits to Mozambique and Swaziland.