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3369 Eland Street  -  Welcome to our stunning holiday home in Marloth Park, South Africa! Nestled within the breathtaking natural beauty of the lowveld, this spacious and comfortable retreat is the perfect escape for families seeking a memorable vacation.

With its three bedrooms and two bathrooms, our holiday home offers ample space for up to 6 guests to relax and unwind.  Each bedroom has been thoughtfully designed and furnished to provide a cozy and inviting atmosphere, ensuring a restful night’s sleep after a day of adventure.

The outdoor area of our holiday home is a true highlight, surrounded by the natural beauty of Marloth Park.  Enjoy the spacious veranda, where you can bask in the sunlight or sip your morning coffee while taking in the sights and sounds of the bushveld.

The braai area is perfect for hosting unforgettable gatherings, as you savor delicious grilled meals under the starry sky.

Establishment Facilities:
* Covered patio with outdoor furniture and built-in braai
* Covered splash pool
* Boma firepit with seating
* Second open built-in braai facility
* Small garden for kids to play in
* Free parking on the premises
* 400 m walk to the Crocodile River

Area Info:

Marloth Park is a unique wildlife conservancy located in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa. It is situated on the southern border of the world-renowned Kruger National Park and covers an area of approximately 3,000 hectares (7,400 acres).

Here are some key features and information about Marloth Park:

Wildlife and Conservation: Marloth Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including impalas, kudus, zebras, giraffes, warthogs, and numerous species of birds. The conservation of these animals and their natural habitat is a primary focus of the park.

Fenced Environment: One of the distinctive aspects of Marloth Park is that there are fences separating it from the Kruger National Park. This allows people and animals – that are not potentially dangerous – to roam freely, creating authentic and safe safari experiences that are family friendly.

Accommodation: The park offers a range of accommodation options, including private lodges, guesthouses, and self-catering units. Many of these establishments are located along the banks of the Crocodile River, offering stunning views of the river and the wildlife that frequent its banks.

Activities: Visitors to Marloth Park can engage in various activities to immerse themselves in the natural surroundings. These activities include game drives, guided bush walks, bird watching, and cycling.

Facilities and Services: The park provides essential facilities such as shops, restaurants, and a petrol station to cater to the needs of residents and visitors. There are also local tour operators and safari guides who offer their services for guided experiences in the area.

Birdwatching: Marloth Park is particularly renowned as a birding destination, with over 300 species of birds recorded in the area. Birdwatchers can spot an array of colorful and diverse birdlife, making it a paradise for bird enthusiasts.

Proximity to Kruger National Park: Marloth Park’s location next to the Kruger National Park allows visitors to easily access the world-famous game reserve. They can take day trips to the Kruger Park and enjoy its abundant wildlife and iconic African landscapes.

It’s important to note that Marloth Park is a residential area as well, with many people owning holiday homes or permanent residences within the conservancy. This means that visitors should respect the privacy and rules of the local residents while enjoying their stay.


* Guided game walks
* Game drives
* Bird watching
* Lionspruit Game Reserve
* Kruger National Park
* Cycling
* Golf
* Horseback safaris


Rooms and Units Available:

Luxury Holiday Home
This home sleeps 6 and has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area. The 1st bedroom has a queen bed and en-suite bathroom. The 2nd and 3rd bedrooms have twin beds. The 2nd bathroom has a shower.
Sleeps 6 Adults

Facilities & Services available:

Children under 12
Honeymoon Couples
Self-Braai / Barbecue
Curio Shop
Parking (off-street - covered)
Petrol on site
Tourism Information Desk
Hiking / Walking Trails
No Pets Allowed
Mountain Biking
Horse Trail
Historic Sites
Arts and Craft
Eco Tours

Cancellation Policy:

More than 1 month before check-in50% deposit refundedMore than 2 weeks before check-in25% deposit refundedLess than 2 weeks before check-in0% deposit refunded

Terms and Conditions

* No pets allowed.
* Please notify us of late arrival.
* No smoking inside.
* No loud noise or music permitted.
* Always respect the wildlife and their natural habitat.


From O.R. Tambo International Airport: - Exit the airport and take the R21 S ramp to Boksburg (350 m). - Keep right and merge onto the R21, continuing for 550 m. - Merge onto the R21 and drive for 3.6 km. - Take Exit 429A for Rondebult Road/N12 E towards the M41/eMalahleni (1.3 km). - Keep right and follow the signs for the N12/Witbank, merging onto the N12 and driving for 112 km. - Merge onto the N4 and drive for 111 km. - Continue onto the N4/R36 for 4.8 km. - Use any lane to take the exit towards the R36 and drive for 600 m. - Continue onto the R36 for 15.3 km. - Continue onto the R539 for 14.8 km. - Continue straight to stay on the R539 for 30.8 km. - Turn left onto the N4 and drive for 121 km. - Avoid the first turn-off to Marloth Park, as it is a poorly maintained gravel road. - Take the second left turn onto Olifant Drive and continue for 850 m. - Continue onto Tenbosch Road for 5.5 km. - Continue onto Olifant Drive for 2.2 km to reach the Marloth Park security entrance gate. - Once through the entrance gate, continue straight on Olifant Drive for 2.3 km. - Turn right onto Steenbok Avenue and drive for 240 m. - Turn left onto Zebra Street and drive for 280 m. - Turn right onto Klipspringer Street and drive for 500 m. - Turn left onto Raasblaar Street. - Turn right onto Grass Street and drive for 120 m. - Turn right onto Eland Street, and the home will be on the left-hand side at number 3369.

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Children Policy

All ages welcome

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  • Accommodation Type: Self-Catering
  • Malaria Area: No
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM