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All of our rates include a full Continental (cold) and English (hot) breaskfast. Our breakfast is served on the deck alongside the swimming pool, across the road from the guest house is the virtual beginning of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and the first South African World Heritage Site (since 1999).
Our Springbok Suite
Items in each room
  1. TV with DSTV
  2. Air conditioner
  3. Bar fridge
  4. Tea & coffee tray
  5. Ceiling fan
  6. Built-in safe
  7. Hairdryer
  8. Shaving adaptor
  9. Insect repellent

     Our Springbok Suite is one of our 'four-star' suites, which comes with two twin beds pushed side by side, a third bed off to the side, our 'honeymoon-styled' bathroom, and many of the creature comforts a four star guest house is known for.

     The bathrooms of our 'honeymoon-styled' suites are equipped with corner spa-type baths, large glass showers, as well as "his-and-hers" basins for the romantically inclined couples we may accommodate.

     The springbok was a national symbol of South Africa under white minority rule (including a significant period prior to the establishment of Apartheid). It was adopted as a nickname or mascot by a number of South African sports teams, most famously by the national rugby union team. It appeared on the emblems of the South African Air Force, the logo of South African Airways (for which it remains their radio callsign), the reverse of the Krugerrand, and the Coat of Arms of South Africa. It also featured as the logo of 'South Africa's Own Car', the Ranger, in the early 1970s.