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We stayed at Ashbourne for three nights in November 2017. We had the Balcony room, which is huge and lovely decorated. Generally, the whole estate has been lovely decorated, everything works well together and you feel at home and at ease the minute you arrive...More
We loved our stay at Ashbourne - our family of four stayed in the family cottage and added breakfast to our stay. A wonderful breakfast! It is also obvious that someone (Dawne) used to work as an interior designer - the cottage and the main...More
We stayed for only one night (very unfortunate!) in the family cottage. Great decoration and furniture, the interior and terrace are really thoughtfully constructed. Great location.
Even if you have to drive a few km to Hazyview, this is the perfect place. We will come...More
Response from lwabi, Owner at Ashbourne Country EscapeResponded 14 November 2017
Thank you both for taking this time to write your very positive report
It was great having you to stay.
We loved our stay at Ashbourne. It is a beautiful place to stay, with a very relaxed feel. If you're looking for high tech modern fittings then Ashbourne is not for you but the style really suits the countryside and it has everything you need...More
We spent a couple of days at Ashbourne and from the time we got there were welcomed and made very comfortable. Our rooms was upstairs overlooking the valley and it was very large with an area to sit with a couple of comfortable chairs. It...More
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SimonRHalifax hit the nail on the head. I would add that the Lowveld offers more than just Kruger (which gets a bit boring after the 1000th or so rooibok). Checking with Rob or Dawne at Ashbourne is a good idea. There are... More
SimonRHalifax hit the nail on the head. I would add that the Lowveld offers more than just Kruger (which gets a bit boring after the 1000th or so rooibok). Checking with Rob or Dawne at Ashbourne is a good idea. There are many unexplored / unheralded but interesting things to do and see besides animals. Go wild yourself with the ability to change plans, so drive yourself after you've learnt to avoid the potholes.
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"Ask for a room with a mountain view, the sunsets are breathtaking!"