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Hideaway cabin - Robberg Nature Reserve

Situated between Plettenberg Bay and the Crags you will find yourself arriving on a secluded farm with mountain views surrounded by natural indigenous bush. The cabin is very private from the other houses on property with all you need for a great getaway! With so much to do locally it is a treat to find yourself tucked away from it all for a bit of peace and quiet relaxation time.

Driving up to the cabin your eyes are first set on the metal navy exterior giving it a container look with double volume ceilings. Parking alongside the cabin you’ll find an outdoor shower and hut filled with endless firewood. Entering the cabin you are drawn to the huge sliding doors and wall of windows overlooking the view filling the house with light. Here you can relax on the lounge suite enjoying the outside scenes whilst interacting with your friends/ family as this is an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area. Behind the lounge suite you will find the dining table seating a whole family. Along with a fully equipped self-catering kitchen. Towards the back end of the cabin you will find both bedrooms, sleeping up to 4 guests. The double en-suite facing the forest with two single beds next door. Both bedrooms open up with French doors onto the wrap around deck with some vegetable baskets alongside. Outside you will find a fire pit as well as a weber for afternoon braais. This is the best spot to catch sunset as the sun goes down over the hills in front. Along with a splash pool to cool off on hot sunny days and a bigger pool up at the main house easily accessible.

This cabin is built off the grid meaning no threat of load shedding ever! Using the suns energy to charge up devices and lights, with gas appliances and tasty rainwater. With a very modern interior this cabin is pleasing to the eye with all the finishing touches such as art on the walls and black faucets.

A short 15 minute drive gets you to the Robberg Nature Reserve which is an untouched picturesque peninsula. Being a world heritage site this is one of the most recognisable and traversed peninsulas in the world due to the prehistoric Stone Age artefact found in some of the caves as well as being rich in fynbos and ocean life. You can choose between a few hiking trails differing in distance, difficulty and scenery. All the hikes are well marked out with decking along the way making it suitable for less experienced hikers. We did the 9km hike which takes you on a loop right to the tip of the peninsula and around the other side, taking us about 4 hours including many lookout stops and a lunch break. I would definitely recommend packing some lunch and spending the day. There are seals barking down below, daisies in the rocks, white sandy beaches and rocky coastlines.

Definitely a stunning location that no one should pass by! Watch the Youtube tour below

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