Leh-Lo Guesthouse Rooms

Julay House (sleeps 6):

This spacious ecologically designed home lends itself to pure relaxation. This building in itself is worth gazing at for the materials used and extraordinary craftsmanship. The modern yet natural interiors lend to the sense of comfort. With its large undercover verandah that watches over the lawn, enclosed lily pond and indigenous Fynbos, one can unwind completely or watch the kids explore.

There is a romantic main bedroom upstairs boasting magnificent views of Formosa Peak, from the king size bed, as well as bedroom with two single beds which opens to the coolness and quiet of the forest. These bedrooms share a bathroom with a shower. Downstairs there is a private wing, with a draped queen bed and large en suite bathroom, with bath and outside bush shower. These all look out to the mysteries of the forest.

Julay has a large lounge with a wood burning fire place, a TV with limited DStv and a DVD player. The double volume kitchen (fully-equipped) and dining area open through double doors onto the verandah. Coming off the verandah is a sun room with space, away from it all.

Jispa Cottage (sleeps 4):

The ‘fairy tale cottage on stilts’, wrapped on two sides by a wooden deck, has a feeling of peace as one steps through the door. With elevated views of the forest, the bird life is prolific and views stunning.

The main bedroom has a queen bed and opens through double doors onto the forest itself, secluded and where you can experience nature. The second bedroom has two single beds and both share a bathroom accessible by both rooms. The quaint bathroom has a bath and toilet with views and a wonderful enclosed bush shower. Ever showered with fireflies? Unforgettable!

The large open plan kitchen / dining and lounge open through double doors on to the verandah and views, there are windows however that open to incorporate the 180° views. The kitchen is fully equipped and the lounge has a TV with limited DStv and a DVD player. There is an open wood burning fire place for those chilly evenings.