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Addo - where to stay?

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We will be spending several months in the Western Cape, (Dec., Jan. Feb.) as we have done for the last few winters, and are thinking about heading out to Addo to see elephants, etc. Last year we spent 2 weeks in Namibia, went up to Etosha, and stayed for several days in Okaukuejo. We weren't too thrilled at having to eat there all the time, although the accomodation was comfortable.

Now trying to decide where to stay if we go to Addo - in the park itself, or in a B&B or similar outside. Not looking for fancy safari accommodation. We will already be paying for our rental apartment in the Cape, and so don't want to get too carried away.

Does anyone have a recommendation for a particular place. We'll probably be there in late January, when school holidays end. I know it will be hot, and so air conditioning and a pool are fairly important.

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