Description 't Kotje van 't Ketje is a self-catering 3-bedroom house (sleeps 6 adults and a baby) bordering the Krugerpark. Ideally situated, affordable accommodation to enjoy the African bushveld in modern comfort. The house is located in Marloth Park (a game reserve itself). which borders on the Krugerpark with the Crocodile River. The wild animals, such as giraffe, zebra, impala and warthog roam freely around the house. You can see the lions, elephant, rhino and buffalo either in the neighbouring Krugerpark or in the "dangerous animals" enclosure in Marloth itself. In 't Kotje van 't Ketje you can experience the real African wildlife; The zebra, giraffe and antilope drink water in the garden. The warthogs come graze next to your door. The baboons will come inside if you don't keep the door closed. Hundreds of bird-varieties nest in the surrounding bush.You can enjoy all this in the modern comfort with water, electricity and airconditionjng (important when the temperature goes over 30 in summer). And still you will find a shopping centre at walking distance. It contains a supermarket, a bank cash dispenser, a pub restaurant, a public swimming pool, a curios-shop, the laundry, a hardware store,.. In the immediate neighbourhood of the house there is also petrol, a doctor and more restaurants. In short, all that you may need during your stay is available closeby. Note: the name "'t Kotje van 't Ketje" is Flemish for "the house of the boy". The house offers all comfort for 6 people.It has a large open plan area (65 m2) for lounge, dining room and kitchen. The kitchen contains fridge/freezer, stove, microwave and enough material for 6 people. There are 2 bedrooms with double bed and bathroom en-suite. The third bedroom has a double bunkbed and a collapsable baby-cot. It has hot and cold water, electricity, air-conditioning, There is a small radio and TV. There is also a TV-sattellite dish, but bring your own decoder for pay TV. The house has a garage and an enclosed lapa ( = garden enclosure with barbecue). CAUTION: You will be living in a game park with potentially dangerous animals. Do not leave children unattended outside the house and do not stroll outside after dark. Marloth Park corders on Krugerpark with the Crocodile River. You can observe the wild animals in the Krugerpark from in Marloth on the other side of the river. Or you can buy a day-permit to enter the Krugerpark in Malelane or in Komatipoort (both +- 30km). Please note that in high season you have to be at the Krugerpark gates very early (sunrise) because it is very popular and they keep access-quota's. If you don't have a lot of time to spare, you can also enter the "dangerous animals" enclosure in Marloth itself. The access is in the "Wild dog" road.