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Go back to the enewsletter The exclusive fourbedr

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe exclusive four-bedroom andBeyond Phinda Homestead has reopened this month following a fire in December 2016. Charged with the brief of recreating the previously existing lodge, interior designers Fox Browne Creative designed the new lodge as a contemporary bush home, modern and tactile.Raw materials were combined with quirky accents and local flavours that harken back to the reserve’s past as a pineapple farm, as well as traditional motifs of Nguni hides, Zulu craftwork and wildlife.Shades of burnt clay and aloe serve as accent colours, while Zulu basketwork and weaving are featured throughout the villa, with the signature woven latticework appearing in unexpected places. Featuring furniture that brings in subtle hints of 1980s retro design, the inviting interior design is that of a private home.Minimalist yet elegant bedrooms encourage the use of the villa’s shared guest spaces, while spacious bathrooms feature marble basins shaped like traditional Zulu pots. The villa’s gym and massage room are enlivened with quirky accessories in the signature colours, while the library makes use of pineapple motifs to tell the story of the reserve’s past.The spacious deck outside boasts an island bar to encourage family gatherings, while a decorative herb garden is situated outside the kitchen.The advantages of booking andBeyond Phinda Homestead include:Sole-use safari villa for families or groupsPrivate open 4×4 safari vehicle with a dedicated ranger, tracker, butler and chefPrivate mini gym, including state-of-the-art exercise equipmentIdeal for families with a nanny’s room availableCompletely customisable daily scheduleDay and night game drives, walking safarisPhinda Adventures available – Zulu village tours, Maputaland beach adventures, night turtle drives (seasonal), scuba safaris, an ocean safari and black rhino tracking on footWildlife includes Big Five plus cheetah, black rhino and nyalaVillas are priced from ZAR 80,000 per night from September to December, and increase to ZAR 95,000 per night in 2019.For more details, click HERE.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more