About 6 Erythrina Avenue
This is a comfortable self-catering apartment situated in Baberton, on the foothills of the Mokhonjwa Mountain range.
The apartment consists of two bedrooms, a private bathroom, an open-plan living area with a sleeper couch, and a fully equipped kitchen. Meals can be arranged on request.
There is a safe carport inside the secure complex, with a fence and a remote-controlled gate. It is close to the Kruger National Park and only 40 km from Swaziland.
Beach: This establishment is a 2 hour drive away from Mozambique.
Golf: Barberton golf club is 5 km away,
Family friendly: The establishment is fully fenced, Pram Friendly, wheel chair friendly, safe playing ground provided for. sleeps 6 people, 2 double beds and a sleeper couch. Braai facility and if family staying longer than 4 days baby setters can be arranged.
Stay between 25 Oct 2017 and 30 Nov 2017 and get 5% off. Valid every Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu. .
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