Roomy Game Rooms


In my previous post, I showed pictures of the little four-bedroomed cottage we occupied at the 2000 hectare Tillietudlem Game Reserve.  Here are a couple of the  much larger Ogram House, established by the original settler from Scotland in the 1870s.  They don’t give a full idea of the size, but I can assure you that everything is on a lavish scale.


One of the many large bedrooms.

in The sizeable kitchen – which has a separate scullery.

One of several large bathrooms

The dining room, leading off a lounge twice that size.

© April 2017 Colonialist
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4 Responses to Roomy Game Rooms

  1. Looks great. These days, I see large houses and think, oh no, so much cleaning.

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  2. Scottie says:

    I like it. I could spend a lot of time there. How was the food? Oh tell me they had internet. Hugs

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