Like a previous reviewer, our family had one of the two 3-bedroom cabins reserved. These are probably the most comfortable family cabins in Kruger: huge, with a nice indoor living room, kitchen, plenty of bathrooms, etc. Even satellite TV, if you want it. And the setting is very nice too, just up the hill from the office and other accomodations. In other words, peaceful, with civets joining you outside for your braai!
As also previously mentioned, make sure you stop by the waterhole at the camp ground for the ever-changing wildlife show. And, at least during our winter visit, the wildlife is just as easy to see in the north as in the south (perhaps because the animals gravitate to the waterholes in dry season). Touring the north is also quite pleasant, due to the nice scenery and low number of visitors.
We did not eat in the restaurant, which is small and not scenic (unlike other camp restaurants). The store has basic supplies; if you want something fancy to braai, bring it with you.
The swimming pool looked nice, but was too cold to swim in during winter. The promised laundry room was also broken, but the maids cheerfully did our laundry for a few dollars.
One world of caution on the "regular" accomodations. They look "atmospheric," but are also old and cramped. Nothing like our "fancy" 3-bedroom house. Just know what you're getting into.
I'd also note one oddity: there was no way to lock up our cabin. All the locks were broken, and we weren't given any keys. I know the locals probably think that's safe but, as a foreign visitor, I want to at least be able to lock my cabin at night. If management is reading, I'd fix the locks and give out keys.