About VJ's Guest House
VJ's Guest House offers upmarket accommodation in Uitenhage with easy access to the highway. The Dulce Continental Café is located on the premises to cater for all meals and the property is next to a shopping centre.
VJ's Guest House has 11 double and single luxury rooms with en-suite bathrooms, and three self-catering suites with full bathrooms. The décor is upmarket and each accommodation unit has its own private entrances, air-conditioning, DStv, garden and parking provided on the property. The guest house is also a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Uitenhage is a picturesque town nestled at the foothills of the Winterhoek Mountains. Due to its temperate climate and numerous spacious parks, Uitenhage has been dubbed the "Garden Town".
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If you want quality that is not overpriced, then VJ's is a place you should give a try.
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