Contact: Samantha Burns 044 851 0227 082 606 7227 086 564 0424 [email_address] Luxury Accommodation for World Cup 2010 Sun...
<ul><li>RiverTree Lodge provides: </li></ul><ul><li>5 en suite double bedrooms </li></ul><ul><li>Two lounges </li></ul><ul...
View of the mountains from the house
View of the river and sea from the house
Sunset view from the Whale Deck  on the same Estate
Sunset view from the Whale Deck  on the same Estate
Front entrance
Welcome inside.  Intimate African lounge area nestled in amongst the trees
Coming down the stairs, arriving into the main living area
View through the living room onto the pool deck, against the backdrop of the forest on the opposite side of the gorge.
Open plan living room and dining room.  Sliding folding doors create open air feeling – so much so that sometimes the bird...
Relaxing environment on the pool deck, scarcely able to see any other houses around
View of the forest and exposed rock of the gorge from the pool deck
Another view of the forest and more exposed rock of the gorge
One of the views from the pool deck – the sea and the Gwaing River that runs through the gorge
Dining room with custom-made display area
Letting nature grow into the dining room, as the indigenous bush has been retained
Open plan solid Blackwood kitchen, with integrated fridges.  Window looks out onto water feature in the main atrium
View from kitchen through the living room, out towards the gorge.
Balcony overlooking gorge from the main bedroom.
Bush lodge them in the main bedroom
View of the main bedroom looking towards open plan main bathroom (behind the stone wall)
Open-plan bathroom, with floating solid wood vanity, custom-made dragonfly handles, cork flooring and pebble beds that are...
View from guest  bedroom
One of the guest bedrooms
Leadwood tree trunk, over 4 metres high, to form natural piece of art
The opposite view of the same tree trunk as it  takes centre stage in this double volume area
One of the views from the study
Study.  Cork flooring.  Views of the fynbos, forest, river and the sea beyond the sliding doors in the picture
Another massive tree trunk (weighing 2 tonnes) in the entrance hall.  Thatch ceilings, hand-made Mexican lights, travertin...
Close up view to “feel” the texture of the tree trunk
Guest toilet.
A small attempt to reflect the beauty of nature
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Zarabar River Tree Lodge 2010

  1. 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. 2. <ul><li>RiverTree Lodge provides: </li></ul><ul><li>5 en suite double bedrooms </li></ul><ul><li>Two lounges </li></ul><ul><li>Dining room </li></ul><ul><li>Roof garden entertainment area </li></ul><ul><li>Pool deck entertainment area </li></ul><ul><li>Pergola entertainment area </li></ul><ul><li>Study </li></ul><ul><li>Kitchen, scullery and pantry </li></ul><ul><li>Double garage </li></ul><ul><li>Swimming pool </li></ul><ul><li>Within the estate you will find: </li></ul><ul><li>Golf course </li></ul><ul><li>Hiking trials (in bush and forests) </li></ul><ul><li>Whale watching deck </li></ul><ul><li>Parks for children </li></ul><ul><li>Wildlife and birdlife </li></ul><ul><li>Hyatt Regency Hotel </li></ul><ul><li>Five star restaurants </li></ul><ul><li>Spa and gym </li></ul><ul><li>Squash, tennis and basket ball courts </li></ul><ul><li>Boutiques </li></ul>View of rainbow from the house – RiverTree Lodge
  3. 3. View of the mountains from the house
  4. 4. View of the river and sea from the house
  5. 5. Sunset view from the Whale Deck on the same Estate
  6. 6. Sunset view from the Whale Deck on the same Estate
  7. 7. Front entrance
  8. 8. Welcome inside. Intimate African lounge area nestled in amongst the trees
  9. 9. Coming down the stairs, arriving into the main living area
  10. 10. View through the living room onto the pool deck, against the backdrop of the forest on the opposite side of the gorge.
  11. 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. 12. Relaxing environment on the pool deck, scarcely able to see any other houses around
  13. 13. View of the forest and exposed rock of the gorge from the pool deck
  14. 14. Another view of the forest and more exposed rock of the gorge
  15. 15. One of the views from the pool deck – the sea and the Gwaing River that runs through the gorge
  16. 16. Dining room with custom-made display area
  17. 17. Letting nature grow into the dining room, as the indigenous bush has been retained
  18. 18. Open plan solid Blackwood kitchen, with integrated fridges. Window looks out onto water feature in the main atrium
  19. 19. View from kitchen through the living room, out towards the gorge.
  20. 20. Balcony overlooking gorge from the main bedroom.
  21. 21. Bush lodge them in the main bedroom
  22. 22. View of the main bedroom looking towards open plan main bathroom (behind the stone wall)
  23. 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. 24. View from guest bedroom
  25. 25. One of the guest bedrooms
  26. 26. Leadwood tree trunk, over 4 metres high, to form natural piece of art
  27. 27. The opposite view of the same tree trunk as it takes centre stage in this double volume area
  28. 28. One of the views from the study
  29. 29. Study. Cork flooring. Views of the fynbos, forest, river and the sea beyond the sliding doors in the picture
  30. 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. 31. Close up view to “feel” the texture of the tree trunk
  32. 32. Guest toilet.
  33. 33. A small attempt to reflect the beauty of nature

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