We are staying at ABSA next week but after reading your review on your stay in Novemeber I want to rather cancel or try and get other accomadation. Thanks for the honest feedback. They really need to start spending money on some of these units.
I was so disappointed in the JC Le Roux guest house in December that for the first time ever I complained to the Manager. He agreed that the place could do with a serious renovation and offered me a free nights accommodation. Totally unacceptable for over R3400 per night. Most of the family bungalows I have stayed at are better than this. I would check with the Camp if any improvements have been made before you go there.
We stayed at Absa in 2012 with our family of 10. It was huge. The rooms were large with each unit having its own bathroom. The living area (enormous) was separate and overlooked the river. The furniture was new when we were there. There were twin ovens, one of which didn't work, but the working one was fine. The outside verandah is provided with table and chairs and we mostly ate here as we could watch the Hippos in the river, right in front and see the Mongoose families running around. It was very peaceful and seemed like a little piece of heaven to us. The helper, who looked after us, was wonderful. That was a surprise as we didn't know we had our own helper from around 9-2pm. All was very clean.
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