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We stayed for one night on our way to the Kruger, it really is a perfect place, comfortable and welcoming. The owner was very helpful, gave a great recommendation for dinner and even gave us a coolbox when we enquired about where to buy one....More
Feels as if you staying a top star game lodge. rooms comfortable and cool, pool area and breakfast area outstanding. owner and staff outstanding.Breakfast is excellent.
Phalaborwa is a run down town, always extremely hot, but La lechere is the oasis of perfection .
My cousin and I loved staying at La Lechere Guest house.. it was cozy and beautiful. We were welcomed and were able to extend our stay a night which we appreciated. The owner was very nice, informative and helpful. Breakfast was delicious. We came to...More
We stayed for only one night before heading into Kruger but so wished we were able to spend a few days here. It's a very beautiful complex, welcoming and carefully decorated. Dar, the owner or manager, was very helpful in giving us suggestions for dinner...More
Beautiful guesthouse with rooms and common/bar area laid among lush gardens surrounding the pool. Dar, the owner, took time to offer us suggestions on dining and Kruger Park. Everything is clean and well maintained. Great breakfast, too!
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US$105 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Veridiana E | Reviewed this property |
Hello my husband and I did the self drive safari. It is cheaper you pay a fee in the front of the gate and you can do everything on your own. There is a lot of restaurants though the park inside of the lodges and shops.
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"Each two cabins have joint doors, like 1+2, 3+4, 5+6"