We stayed two nights in the Tree House and found it absolutely wonderful - magical.
It comprises one room, but there's plenty of space for a couple. The kitchen is minute, but has everything except an oven - we called ahead and then changed our plans for out first night's supper to something we could make on the gas stove.
The slipper bath is situated in front of floor to ceiling windows; you feel like you're bathing in the tree tops! The full moon was out, we switched off the lights. It was, well, magical! There's an outdoor shower too. Both bath and shower cannot be seen from down below; they're completely private.
There's a romantic little table indoors at which to eat by candlelight, and a spacious sheltered deck outside with four chairs. Down below there's a big braai area; it seems as though they've made the most of the space available so that if you have friends nearby you can invite them round for a braai.
The cottages are a 2min walk from the Saturday morning market (10am-midday) at which you can buy excellent quality things to eat. We bought delicious cheese, pesto, honey, lemon curd... You get the idea. There's also lovely veggies and fruit available at astonishingly low prices (bags of apples and naartjies for R5 each...)
It's also near, but not on Main Road along which there's a wide variety of restaurants. We ate at Searles and enjoyed a good, well priced meal.
At the information office (also on Main Road) you can get maps and descriptions of the walks in the town and the hikes in the nearby nature reserve.
Don't miss the Von Geusau Chocolate Factory. There's a range of tasters and a wide variety of hand made chocolate on offer. Expensive but oh, so good.
We thoroughly recommend the Tree House with just one caveat - if the wind blows, the house creaks and groans alarmingly - the tree trunks actually come through the house!
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