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Double Wooden Cabins

For those who prefer a more rustic approach to holidays, we also have our four informal wooden cabins available. The cabins are named after local antelope: Springbok, Duiker, Blesbok and Ribbok. The cabins sleep 2 people each ( two contain double beds) There is a fully equipped shared kitchen and the ablution facilities, with showers, are available at the conference venue. Features: Double beds

Sleeps: 2 guests (max 2 adults)
Children: are allowed in this room type

Twin Wooden Cabins

For those who prefer a more rustic approach to holidays, we also have our four informal wooden cabins available. The cabins are named after local antelope: Springbok, Duiker, Blesbok and Ribbok. The cabins sleep 2 people each ( two single beds each.) There is a fully equipped shared kitchen and the ablution facilities, with showers, are available at the conference venue. Features: Twin beds

Sleeps: 2 guests (max 2 adults)
Children: are allowed in this room type

Heunis Chalet

Three-bedroom chalet with a large kitchen and a dining room with a fireplace. The unit has two bathrooms and sleeps six people. Features: Double beds, Shared bathroom, Mountain views, Fireplace, Self-catering, Separate toilet, Single beds, No Smoking in Rooms, Dam views

Sleeps: 6 guests (max 6 adults)
Children: are allowed in this room type

Woudberg Chalet

Three-bedroom chalet with a large kitchen and a dining room with a fireplace. The unit has two bathrooms and sleeps six people. Features: Double beds, Mountain views, Self-catering, Single beds

Sleeps: 6 guests (max 6 adults)
Children: are allowed in this room type

La Grange Chalet

This unit was a farmworkers' house converted into a one-bedroom chalet with a kitchen and a dining area with a fireplace. It has an en-suite bathroom with a bath only. Features: Double beds, En-suite, Mountain views, Dam views

Sleeps: 2 guests (max 2 adults)
Children: are allowed in this room type

Brink Chalet

A one bedroom wooden cabin with a small kitchen and a dining area. The cabin has a large en-suite bathroom with a shower.

Sleeps: 2 guests (max 2 adults)
Children: are allowed in this room type

De Wit Chalet

A one bedroom wooden cabin with a small kitchen and a dining area. The cabin has a large en-suite bathroom with a shower.

Sleeps: 2 guests (max 2 adults)
Children: are allowed in this room type

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