Annie's Hide

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 600
Annie's Hide is a cute cottage located in the Marloth Park Conservancy, surrounded by bush, built on a double stand with no neighbours guarantees a private and peaceful stay. An ideal getaway for real bush-lovers, Marloth Park is situated on the Crocodile River on the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park and about 450 km from Johannesburg. Annies Hide is ideally suited for the winter months, for people who want to get away from it all and enjoy a peaceful and romantic break.

The thatched cottage comfortably sleeps four guests but can accommodate up to six guests. Ideal for 4 adults, 2 children. The cottage is fully furnished. The bedroom contains an antique double bed and there is a single antique bunk bed under the stairs. There is also a double and a single bed upstairs, and the separate bathroom consists of a shower, toilet and basin.

The kitchen is well-equipped with all necessary equipment. The cottage has a low carbon footprint and the fridge and stove are powered by gas, as is the hot water geyser. The patio downstairs offers two sun loungers, ideal for relaxing. Tucked away in the bush, this is a real treasure for bush-loving guests to enjoy. We only ask that guests be gentle with our family antiques and treasures.

Marloth Park is unique in that the wild animals are allowed to roam freely around the houses, allowing guests to view wildlife including kudu, impala, wildebeest, buffalo, giraffe and zebra right on the doorstep. Elephant, hippo and rhino can often be seen down at the river, and birding is an absolute must. A huge variety of birds may be seen without having to leave Annies Hide.
"Annies hide"
19 Aug 2015
By Nana, South Africa
"Dis n pragtige plek maar nodig basiese TLC! Die matrasse is gedaan! Geen elektriese toebehore soos ketel of toaster ni! Yskas werk ni! Die advertensie is misleidend! Swembad n stinkhool! Geen plek in kaste! Persoonlike goed daarin!"
"Great for a weekend getaway!"
07 Apr 2015
By Natalie, South Africa
"Annie's Hide is a nice little house in the bush with no neighbours which is great because you have more bush surrounding you which means more chance of spotting some animals. We had visitors in the likes of impala, warthog and zebra. The house is fully equipped, and the host is very helpful. The geyser is run on gas, and it makes the house smell a little of bit of gas but its not too bad. The bed downstairs is also slightly old so its a little uncomfortable but nothing to worry about. The house is very cosy and well equipped, perfect for a weekend getaway."
22 Jan 2015
By Kim, South Africa
"Wonderful getaway in the bush. Totally relaxing with easy access to Kruger Park. I would highly recommend Annies Hide for a private break. We will most definitely be back."
06 Dec 2014
By Charlean, South Africa
"My family and I had a wonderful stay we found the atmosphere of the cottage homely and peaceful. There were a couple of issues that can be seen too but it won't stop me from going again. The cottage is situated next to Paarl land so the verity of animals are amazing. We had a family of warthogs and zebra visiting us everyday and kudu and mangoose..oh and 1 bushbaby that we saw. There are a variety of birds that were around. Thanks again for allowing us to visit your home."
07 Oct 2014
By Cynthia, South Africa
"Annie's Hide was a lovely place to stay.It is so peaceful and all the stresses and strains of life seemed to melt away."
"A little piece of heaven"
22 Jul 2014
By Hilda, South Africa
"We had an absolutely fantastic stay. Enjoyed every moment. The best equipped kitchen. The main bedroom is a room with a view. We were there when it was full moon. With this huge window in the room, when you wake up at night it is like some fairy tale. You just see the trees and it feels as if it is just you on the planet. We had daily visitors, Zebra, guinea fowl, warthog and giraffe. It was lovely!! Thank you for sharing your house with us."
"What a weekend"
15 Oct 2012
By Keagean, South Africa
"Annie's Hide is in need of some TLC. You read the information on the website and when you visit, it is not the same.What really made the weekend worth while, was seeing all the animals around Marloth Park.What makes Marloth Park so special, is that it is right next opposite the Kruger Park. So you get to see the animals visit the river banks.We saw Elepants, Buffalo, Hippos, crocodiles and some birds.In Marloth Park we saw Giraffes, Zebras, Warthogs, Wildebeest, Birds, Kudu, Sprinkbok, Duikers and even a Snake.I would definitely visit Marloth Park again."