The Zulu Hut, Cave & Diddly Squat Eco Abode!
INKUNZI CAVE – check availability
Inkunzi Cave was built by local artist and owner, Steve Bull, as a tribute to the first peoples of South Africa, the San. It has a rock finish both inside and out, a full bathroom with luxurious
rock bath and a separate toilet and rock shower. Genuine San artifacts decorate the walls.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering accommodation, with a small cooker, microwave, fridge etc. It sleeps 2 people comfortably, with a double bed in the separate bedroom.
There is also a large, double sleeper couch in the lounge/kitchen area for another couple.
DSTV, heater, fans, etc ensure your comfort at all times. The Cave opens out on to a large rock pool and there are braai facilities alongside the pool. The pool is not fenced so is not
suitable for families with toddlers.
THE ZULU HUT – check availability
The Zulu Hut was originally built of thatch, in the traditional Zulu style. Later it was covered with a concrete rock finish and a bathroom and separate bedroom added, and has recently enjoyed a revamp.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering accommodation, with a small oven-cooker, microwave, fridges etc. It has a separate bedroom with double bed, a double sleeper couch in the
lounge/kitchen area, and a single bed suspended from the roof above the double sleeper couch. It sleeps 2 people comfortably, and another 3 with a bit of a squeeze.
There is a rock finish bathroom with a toilet and a very large double shower. Original Zulu art and beadwork
decorate the walls.
DSTV, heater and small air conditioner ensure your comfort at all times.
Relax in the small plunge pool right outside the Hut with your sundowners as you take in the beautiful view of Champagne Castle and Cathkin peak. There is a braai area alongside the Hut.
THE DIDDLY SQUAT ECO ABODE – check availability
Diddly SQUAT is the third of our amazing self-catering units.
Situated in a private corner of the garden, well screened from everybody else, this is an “up-market” Eco Abode. Sunken into the ground, with windows at ground level providing an uninterrupted
view of the mountain.
A comfortable double bed in a “bedsit” style layout, with shower and toilet “en suite”. Cook a meal on the old wood stove, enjoy a refreshing solar heated shower or lie on the bed and enjoy the changing moods of Champagne Castle and Cathkin Peak.
Whilst all else is solar powered, there’s one electrical plug point for your convenience.
Enjoy sundowners in the small pool while the meat sizzles on the braai.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering accommodation, with a fully functional, easy to use wood stove, single plate gas cooker and gas fridge.
A comfortable bed, small air conditioner and old wood stove for warmth ensure your comfort all year round. Great value at genuine budget prices.
It sleeps 1 couple only. Unfortunately no children allowed.