Luxury Self-Catering Accommodation
We Plant A Tree For Every 4 Nights You Stay

Go Green Self-Catering Accommodation is a “Green Establishment”.

We only use environmentally friendly cleaning products.

  • Biodegradable toilet paper.
  • We have installed solar water heating panels to each apartment.
  • We have installed special hand basins that fill the toilet cistern when washing ones hands.                                         
  • Light fittings in the building have been modified to take energy saving light bulbs.
  • Glass, paper, plastic and tin waste is recycled.
  • We will plant a tree for every 4 nights that you stay. You can choose to plant a tree through Trees-4-Africa or through the JNF and you will receive a certificate stating where YOUR tree has been planted.
Ten Tips to Go Green
  1. Turn down the thermostat. Lowering it by just one degree can reduce heating energy costs by about four percent.
  2. Use ceiling fans in the summer AND winter. By reversing the direction of the blades, warm air is pushed down, helping to keep rooms warm in winter.
  3. Conserve energy by purchasing major appliances with an Energy Star rating. Compared to a 1990 model, an Energy Star-qualified refrigerator would save enough electricity to light a home for more than four and a half months.
  4. Repair leaky fixtures: one drop per second from a leaky faucet can waste as much as 37 litres of water each week.
  5. Install low-flow showerheads, faucets, and toilets. Low-flow faucets reduce water consumption and the cost of heating water by as much as 50 percent.
  6. Choose carpeting, rugs, window treatments and other textiles made from natural fibers, such as cotton or wool, which are untreated and free of toxins, such as pesticides or chemical cleaners.
  7. Ask for flooring products made from rapidly renewable resources, such as bamboo. Bamboo is one of the fasted growing plants in the world, requiring no replanting and little fertilization or pesticides.
  8. Select solid woods harvested from sustainably-managed forests, when possible, for furniture or cabinetry, rather than pressed woods or composites that may contain formaldehyde or other chemicals that may be toxic and hazardous to your health.
  9. Eliminate waste by choosing products that are biodegradable or recyclable. Consider the “lifecycle” of furnishings and accessories before purchasing: Are they made of materials that can be reused or recycled when the item eventually wears out or is no longer needed?
  10. Recycle packing and shipping materials from any newly purchased items, and safely dispose of paint cans and other containers with contents that could potentially contaminate the ground or water supply