The Bush House provides visitors six tastefully furnished en-suite rooms positioned around the hub of the lodge. Each double room features a choice of a king-sized bed or two twin beds made up with percale bed linen, a separate shower and bath with toiletries and fluffy towels as well as air-conditioning, a fan, hairdryer, safe, and tea/coffee making amenities. There is also access to AC electricity, free Wi-Fi, and cell phone signal should you need to stay in touch with the outside world.
The rooms all open to the exterior via sliding doors. Four of the rooms offer private patios from where you can fully appreciate the sheer tranquility of your pristine surroundings. A fifth room overlooks the manicured gardens and the expansive waterhole which is known for attracting a prolific diversity of game while the final room
lies adjacent to a mesmerising water fountain.
The beautifully-appointed interior of The Bush House’s central hub of boasts a cosy lounge, reading area, TV room with DSTV – for sporting emergencies only, and a congenial bar where you can get unwind with fellow guests and swap tales of your grand African adventure.
The Bush House is the ideal destination for enthusiasts of the great outdoors. The rock swimming pool is just the spot to escape the afternoon heat and immerse yourself in the beauty of this spectacular bushveld idyll. If you’re up for some fun and games, why not enjoy a friendly game of cricket, rugby or soccer on the rolling lawn.
Or retire to the Lodge verandah and watch the parade of resident wildlife making their way to and from the waterhole. Alternatively, take advantage of the unique opportunity The Bush House’s wheelchair-friendly underground hide provides to get a closer view of the activity at the waterhole. The waterhole is illuminated at night making it possible to observe the more elusive nocturnal game.
Additional outdoor activities include dawn and dusk game drives in open 4X4 vehicles plus guided nature trails accompanied by expert field rangers. Being a family-oriented establishment, The Bush House does offer game drives that are specially tailored for children under six years who are not permitted on the regular game drives. A babysitting service is also can be arranged on request. As the five-hectare camp is fully fenced, it is perfectly safe to walk around freely and explore the various mini-bush walks.
Come mealtimes, The Bush House chefs delight in preparing sumptuous bushveld cuisine as per your preferences, whether it’s an al fresco breakfast under the canopy of garden trees, afternoon tea bursting with tasty treats or a fireside dinner in the Boma.
If you’re looking for a secluded wilderness haven in one of South Africa's prime safari destinations where authentic hospitality and personal attention is the norm, The Bush House will no doubt fulfill your wishes.