About Amigo Guest House
Amigo Guest House is located within close proximity to the beach, in a tranquil sub-tropical neighbourhood in Sunnyridge, East London. We are centrally situated just 3 km from the airport and the city centre, and within a five-minute walk from the located shops.
Accommodation is offered in stylish, elegantly decorated single or double bedrooms, each with a TV with DStv, DVD player and tea and coffee-making facilities. The bathrooms and showers are equipped with modern conveniences to ensure a pleasant stay, and movies can be rented from reception at a reasonable rate.
Guests can relax in our comfortable outdoor conservatory which leads onto a deck with panoramic sea views. Amigo Guest House offers a wide range of services, including Internet and fax facilities, shuttle services and laundry services. Scrumptious breakfasts and carefully prepared meals can also be provided.
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