About Butterfly House
Butterfly House is a tranquil and peaceful fully equipped, self-catering house, located in Marloth Park, only 15 minutes’ walk from the Crocodile River. We have some very interesting wildlife species with the likes of kudu, zebra, giraffe, impala, wildebeest and warthog roaming around freely and ending up on your doorstep.
The house can accommodate up to a maximum of four adults and two children, and contains two air-conditioned bedrooms. The first bedroom contains a queen-size bed, and the second bedroom contains a queen-size bed and three-quarter bunk beds. Bedding and bath towels are provided.
The lounge allows guests to relax in comfort, and a television is available with DStv capability, should you wish to bring your own decoder. The fully equipped open-plan kitchen allows for preparation of scrumptious meals and is equipped with a microwave, a fridge and a gas stove. In addition, the house offers a large veranda with a braai, and there is also a splash pool.
Please note that we are in a residential area and we have a strict no noise policy. Marloth Park is not a party venue. Guests are requested to honour the tranquility of the environment at all times. No parties, loud music/any music, noise are allowed on the premises. We respect the rights of our neighbours.
Please abide the rules of the... Please note that we are in a residential area and we have a strict no noise policy. Marloth Park is not a party venue. Guests are requested to honour the tranquility of the environment at all times. No parties, loud music/any music, noise are allowed on the premises. We respect the rights of our neighbours.
Please abide the rules of the house and be aware that should you may continue to transgress them after having been duly warned, you may be evicted from the house without refund of any payments.
A R500 refundable deposit will be levied as from 1 January 2015. The deposit will only be refunded on condition that the house is left in an acceptable condition, with no damage to the venue, cutlery, crockery, linen and furniture.
No pets are allowed in Marloth Park.
Guests need to provide their own swimming towels, DStv decoder and smart card. see more
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