South African Holidays | Self-Catering Accommodation in South Africa
A self-catering establishment is defined as a house, cottage, chalet, bungalow, flat, studio, apartment, villa, houseboat, tents, hotel rooms or similar accommodation where facilities and equipment are provided for guests to cater for themselves.
Facilities differ but usually they will include a stove, kettle, fridge, cutlery, crockery and pots and pans. Many include toasters, microwaves and other kitchen utensils. Most self-catering establishments have braai (barbecue) facilities.
There is a variety of self-catering establishments in the differenct regions of South Africa. You would need to buy your own food. Near hotels or city areas, shops are close making it easy. When you stay at a lodge, make sure that you take enough food as there aren't many shops, and the few shops available won't have everything that you might need.
Some of the lodges and parks, might have an option where you can join the lodge for your meals. Remember to enquire about these terms when making a booking with a self-catering establishment.
For self catering accommodation bookings in Cape Town contact Siyabona Africa.