Located in South Senga Bay close to Salima. This self catering cottage has 3 ensuite bedrooms, a kitchen, dining room and a sitting room with a small bar, A comfortable covered patio with a grassed area with a small infinity dip pool looking towards the Lake. This is all within a fenced garden with space for parking.
Seven Mangoes beach cottage is a lake fronted property with access to the beach. It is a perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the lake.
2 bedrooms are located on the 1st floor, third bedroom ensuite is on the ground floor with disabled access facilities. All bedrooms have fans and mosquito nets. There is a shared balcony on the first floor, please note the rooms have a lockable interconnecting door; perfect is you have children with you.
The kitchen is equipped for self catering with an electric stove and gas rings are available during power cuts. Also a microwave, toaster, fridge/freezer and a kettle. It is a fully equipped kitchen supplied with tableware and silverware along with basic condiments. Fresh herbs can be picked from the garden. Braai/Barbeque facilities available with a small charge for charcoal.
A houseboy is available who will assist you during your stay.
Seven Mangoes is easy to access from the main road. Local locations include the Crocodile Farm, Red Zebra cichlids Centre, home to many beautiful Malawian Cichlid fish. Places for sundowners include the Wheel House, and Safari Beach lodge. Places to eat include Red Zebra, Livingstonia Beach Hotel and the Safari Beach lodge. Bird Island can be seen from Livingstonia Beach Hotel and boat rides can be arranged from there. Kuti Wildlife Reserve is easy to get to on the other side of Salima with, zebra, wildebeest, sable and many more animals to see.
Day trips include a visit :
Mia mission, a Catholic Mission which has its own heritage centre, museum and art gallery.
Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve,an untouched reserve with abundant birdlife for the birdwatchers. There are lodges in the area including an eco lodge if you wish to spend the night. The area recently has become sanctuary to 500 relocated elephants which will be completed in 2017.
Nkhotakota, located on the lake shore is an area rich in history as was visited by Dr Livingstone in 1863 and was a major centre during the slave trade.
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Salima, Central Region, Malawi