About Molopo Travel Inn
Molopo Travel Inn is situated in Vryburg and it offers a selection of comfortable accommodation rooms. The guest house offers safe under cover parking with a night guard to keep your vehicle safe while you enjoy a good rest in peace and quiet.
The establishment features spacious and cosy rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Each room offers a double bed, a TV with DStv access, air-conditioning and a bar fridge. There are 17 rooms in total which include two Family Rooms plus several Double Rooms and Single Rooms. Delightful breakfasts are served in our tastefully decorated dining room. Dinner is supplied upon request and guests are welcome to join us for a drink at our fully licensed bar after a long day.
Molopo Travel Inn Rooms
Reviews for Molopo Travel Inn9 guest reviews Reviews of
3 out of 5 stars
Perfectly adequate for a one night stay, comfortable beds, plenty hot water, and secure parking.
Basic accommodation but matched with great, proactive service and friendliness of staff.
La gérante n'a pas été là à notre arrivée (deux séjours)Il a fallu lui téléphoner dans les deux cas.Nombreux coup de klaxon des autres résidents pour être admis.Pas de petit déjeuner le dimanche (non indiqué sur le site) !!!Salle de bain trés sale.The manager was not there when we arrived (two visits).We had to call him in both cases.A lot of honking of other residents to be admitted.No breakfast on Sundays (not shown on the site)!Bathroom very dirty.
Great guesthouse - very friendly and rooms clean and will any time recomend to others.
Great hosts. Very helpful. Room neat and clean, well decorated and comfortable bed. Good night's rest.
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