Lemon Thorn Cottage

Honeymoon Accommodation Muldersdrift

Situated in Muldersdrift, Lemon Thorn Cottage offers a perfect blend of comfort and tranquility for couples seeking a memorable honeymoon retreat. This spacious, open-plan cottage is designed to provide an intimate atmosphere, with a patio that captures the morning sun, making it an ideal spot for a peaceful breakfast in the open air.

Experience the Charm

Upon entering Lemon Thorn Cottage, guests are greeted with a decor that combines individual style and comfort. The cottage’s comfortable beds are dressed in fine linens, ensuring restful nights. A daily housekeeping service keeps the space tidy, allowing you to focus on enjoying your stay.

Entertainment is readily available with DSTV, ensuring that guests have access to a wide range of channels. For those who prefer a more hands-on approach to their meals, the cottage features a fully equipped kitchen, including a microwave, facilitating an enjoyable self-catering experience. The kitchen is stocked daily with homemade rusks, filter coffee, tea, and sugar, accompanied by fresh farm milk and cream from our dairy herd, adding a touch of home comfort to your stay.

Bathroom and Comforts

The full bathroom is designed with privacy and relaxation in mind, featuring a separate bath and shower. Guests can indulge in the luxury of superior quality towels and amenities, along with a thoughtful bathroom box filled with necessities that might come in handy.

Outdoor Interests

Stepping outside, the patio offers a serene setting with table and seating, overlooking a private indigenous garden. The soothing sounds of nature provide a melodious backdrop, enhancing the cottage’s peaceful ambiance. For those who enjoy outdoor cooking, braai (BBQ) facilities are available, complete with charcoal and fire preparation upon request, promising delightful evenings under the stars.

Surrounding Attractions

Lemon Thorn Cottage is not just about the comforts of the cottage itself but also the beauty and activities available in the surrounding area. Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery and Country Cottages are situated in an area renowned for its natural beauty and outdoor activities. Guests can explore the indigenous nursery, discovering local plants and wildlife, contributing to an authentic South African experience.

For couples who venture beyond the cottage, Muldersdrift offers a variety of attractions, including art galleries, craft markets, and fine dining options, perfect for making unforgettable honeymoon memories. The region is also known for its scenic walking trails and birdwatching opportunities, appealing to nature-loving couples.

Amenities at Lemon Thorn Cottage

  • Decorated in a unique style, ensuring comfort with quality beds and fine linens.
  • Daily housekeeping service.
  • DSTV for entertainment needs.
  • Fully equipped kitchen for self-catering, including a microwave.
  • Complimentary homemade rusks, filter coffee, tea, sugar, and fresh dairy products daily.
  • Full bathroom with a separate bath and shower, superior quality towels, amenities, and a box of useful items.
  • A patio with table and seating, opening to a private garden with natural soundscape.
  • Braai (BBQ) facilities available, with charcoal and fire preparation upon request.

Book Your Stay

Lemon Thorn Cottage is more than just accommodation; it’s a destination that promises a blend of relaxation, nature, and comfort, making it the top choice for honeymoon accommodation in Muldersdrift. To book your stay and experience the magic of Muldersdrift, please contact us.



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