Ever dream of your very own private Roman bath? Just imagine soaking in natural hot water in a tub the size of a Smart Car. Although I soaked alone, this bath is large enough for a romantic couple, or four very cozy friends.
This time we stayed in the 1908 built Main house which turned out to be two rooms plus our own private Roman bath. Shared toilet room is just down the hall.
Joan chose the room with the bunk beds and kitchen because she’s up before dawn making coffee. I think her main complaint was bumping her head multiple times on the upper bunk board.
I had my own room next door furnished with old Dutch furniture and a very comfortable bed which I truly appreciated after tent camping for over a month.
Only two other couples shared the 5-unit building during our two night stay. Wanted to book three nights but our rooms weren’t available for the third.
Our first night the owner, Pierre, invited us to his historic home for dinner. I’d met him during my first stay in 2013. We met his fiancé and son. I learned to drink Muscadel that night while waiting for the braai (BBQ).
The next morning we walked a short trail on the property and photographed an amazing variety of succulent plants found in this Karoo environment. Joan went back out later for even more photos.
While I luxuriated in the private Roman bath.
The second night we went to the Lapa/restaurant because I had a desire for Karoo lamb for dinner plus look at all those vegetables. Such a huge serving I had it for lunch the next day as well.
The Spa has two public warm water outdoor pools and a cool pool.
Accommodations vary from the Main house where we stayed, Bath House with two bedrooms, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom Timber chalets, caravans (small trailers) and camping sites. Limited groceries are available along with a bottle store for a cold brew or bottle of wine.
If you like to soak in hot water and enjoy a peaceful country atmosphere then pamper yourself with a private Roman bath at Warmwaterberg Spa.
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