My family and I stayed at this stunning accommodation from 27th Dec 2009 to 1st Jan 2010.
The hosts Ilara and Robbie are always on hand to assist , and on this occassion Ilara's mother Val also -she is a wonderful lady and added an extra dimension.
For our children aged 11 and 14 - Basil - one of the owners dogs - was just one of the many highlights of Plumbago.
The food and dinner/breakfast settings showed the ulitmate in attention to detail and wanting to provide the highest service possible. The quality of food also was of the highest standard.
Its location again - top marks - 20 minutes drive to Kruger National Park , plus all the activities around Hazyview.
They made us feel very much at home. The rooms were very well appointed with extremely comfortable beds - excellently maintained each day by Mercy.
We stayed for 5 nights - but could easily have stayed longer.
Thank you to Ilara, Robbie, Val, and Basil
Gerard, Maggi, Teague and Sorcha
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Your 5 star experience with affordable rates" Only 20 min from the Kruger National Park Close to the Panorama Route Through the wrought-iron gates at the end of a bougainvillea-lined drive you will find Plumbago - as pretty as the flower that shares its name, set on an avocado and banana farm, it sits above the plantation watching over out to the Kruger National Park in the distance. ... more less
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