• Guest Rating: (4)
  • Accommodation Type: Self-Catering and Game Lodge
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677 Hornbill is a luxury guest house in Marloth Park, bordering Kruger National Park in South Africa.

Marloth Park is a private conservancy area where a range of African animals roam free between the houses. The Crocodile River to the North of Marloth Park acts as a natural border between Marloth Park and the Kruger National Park.

Marloth Park offers the ideal holiday accommodation destination bordering the Kruger National Park, and 677 Hornbill could be the Kruger accommodation of your dreams.

With the abundant wildlife within Marloth Park, and your luxury accommodation near Kruger National Park, you are bound to experience first hand why this part of South Africa is often called the Wild Frontier.

The kitchen is modern and fully equipped to suit all your catering needs. A splash pool and braai area help you make the most of the fantastic South African weather.

Accommodation at 677 Hornbill:
The Guest House offers accommodation for up to five guests in two en-suite double rooms. A fully equipped kitchen, a braai area and a pool to relax in after an exciting Kruger safari.

Master Bedroom:
This upstairs room features a double bed and an en-suite bathroom with a shower, bath, basin and toilet. The room leads into a cozy lounge with wide doors that open onto a private deck with tree-top level views.

Downstairs Bedroom:
This large room features a double bed and a single bed, and is perfect for a couple with a child, or three children. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, a basin and a toilet. Large wardrobes and a dressing table provide ample storage space for extended stays.
Activities:
Bird Watching:
Kruger National Park is a bird-watcher's paradise! What's great about 677 Hornbill, is that you don't even need to leave the veranda or upstairs deck to see some of South Africa's rare and colourful bird species. Be sure to remember your camera and bird guide!

Game Viewing:
The South of Kruger National Park boasts a diverse range of African wildlife. Most notably, the entire Big Five can be seen within less than half an hour's drive from 677 Hornbill.

Tiger Fishing:
The Komati River, with it's great biodiversity and breathtaking natural scenery, is home to the fierce Tigerfish.

Canoeing:
Canoeing is an engaging and exciting way to explore the lakes, dams and rivers near Kruger National Park. Imagine floating past the hippos in your tiny, personal boat - exhilarating to say the least!

Hot Air Ballooning:
Ballooning over the Kruger National Park is not permitted, but many operators offer exciting balloon safaris over private game reserves and natural areas around the park.
Facilities & Services available:
Children under 12 years
Elderly
Self-Braai / Barbecue
Fireplace on the Premises
English
Swimming Pool

677 Hornbill is a Self-Catering and Game Lodge in Marloth Park Mpumalanga South Africa
Directions:

- Taking the N4 from Johannesburg to Komatipoort, the Marloth Park turnoff is marked by a sign 19km past Malelane.

- A short and well-kept dirt road leads to the Marloth Park gate, where rangers assist travellers 24 hours a day.

- Our friendly booking agent will arrange a meeting to pick up keys or assist with directions to the house.

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Latest Reviews
The place was well organised and very neat.

My only concern is the signage/marking to the house, we kept on driving around looking for the place, when it was just there, there should be a proper board showing the house number.

I would definitely go there again or refer a friend!
Olivia Modise Mar 2010

Very Good!
John Swanepoel Jan 2010
Wonderful experience & beautiful accommodation.
Makana Mputa Sep 2009
677 Hornbill is stunning! Everything we needed was available. The only thing the kids complained about was there is no TV as it rained on the Saturday and we didn't have a lot to do. Thank you for a pleasant stay!
Bernice Pfister Jul 2009