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The Cape Dutch building has six fully equipped duplex units for families, accommodating either four or six people.
The gabled "Dwarsgebou" was built in 1914, twelve years after the death of James McGregor by Trygve Morch Olsen, a Norwegian engineer who came to build the bridge over the Olifants River and stayed after marrying James's daughter Lizzie.
The Cape Dutch building has six fully equipped duplex units for families, accommodating either four or six people. The open plan living area/kitchen and main bedroom are downstairs and second dormitory style bedroom upstairs. All the units in the Dwarsgebou are equipped with air conditioning.
Please bring your own swimming towels & braai grid. Every unit has its own individual braai area.
The building has a central hall with fireplace and pool table.
Directly behind the building, there is a lovely green area with rock pools fed with hot water from the springs and a communal braai area.