Zarabar River Tree Lodge 2010

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Luxury self catering accommodation in the Garden Route for 2010

Luxury self catering accommodation in the Garden Route for 2010

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  • 1. Contact: Samantha Burns 044 851 0227 082 606 7227 086 564 0424 [email_address] Luxury Accommodation for World Cup 2010 Sunrise view from RiverTree Lodge
  • 2.
    • RiverTree Lodge provides:
    • 5 en suite double bedrooms
    • Two lounges
    • Dining room
    • Roof garden entertainment area
    • Pool deck entertainment area
    • Pergola entertainment area
    • Study
    • Kitchen, scullery and pantry
    • Double garage
    • Swimming pool
    • Within the estate you will find:
    • Golf course
    • Hiking trials (in bush and forests)
    • Whale watching deck
    • Parks for children
    • Wildlife and birdlife
    • Hyatt Regency Hotel
    • Five star restaurants
    • Spa and gym
    • Squash, tennis and basket ball courts
    • Boutiques
    View of rainbow from the house – RiverTree Lodge
  • 3. View of the mountains from the house
  • 4. View of the river and sea from the house
  • 5. Sunset view from the Whale Deck on the same Estate
  • 6. Sunset view from the Whale Deck on the same Estate
  • 7. Front entrance
  • 8. Welcome inside. Intimate African lounge area nestled in amongst the trees
  • 9. Coming down the stairs, arriving into the main living area
  • 10. View through the living room onto the pool deck, against the backdrop of the forest on the opposite side of the gorge.
  • 11. Open plan living room and dining room. Sliding folding doors create open air feeling – so much so that sometimes the birds fly in
  • 12. Relaxing environment on the pool deck, scarcely able to see any other houses around
  • 13. View of the forest and exposed rock of the gorge from the pool deck
  • 14. Another view of the forest and more exposed rock of the gorge
  • 15. One of the views from the pool deck – the sea and the Gwaing River that runs through the gorge
  • 16. Dining room with custom-made display area
  • 17. Letting nature grow into the dining room, as the indigenous bush has been retained
  • 18. Open plan solid Blackwood kitchen, with integrated fridges. Window looks out onto water feature in the main atrium
  • 19. View from kitchen through the living room, out towards the gorge.
  • 20. Balcony overlooking gorge from the main bedroom.
  • 21. Bush lodge them in the main bedroom
  • 22. View of the main bedroom looking towards open plan main bathroom (behind the stone wall)
  • 23. Open-plan bathroom, with floating solid wood vanity, custom-made dragonfly handles, cork flooring and pebble beds that are lit up at night
  • 24. View from guest bedroom
  • 25. One of the guest bedrooms
  • 26. Leadwood tree trunk, over 4 metres high, to form natural piece of art
  • 27. The opposite view of the same tree trunk as it takes centre stage in this double volume area
  • 28. One of the views from the study
  • 29. Study. Cork flooring. Views of the fynbos, forest, river and the sea beyond the sliding doors in the picture
  • 30. Another massive tree trunk (weighing 2 tonnes) in the entrance hall. Thatch ceilings, hand-made Mexican lights, travertine floor tiles and floating cabinet View through the window to the roof garden
  • 31. Close up view to “feel” the texture of the tree trunk
  • 32. Guest toilet.
  • 33. A small attempt to reflect the beauty of nature