About AppleBee Guest Cottage
Applebee host, Jeannine, invites you to enjoy a tranquil stay in her spacious guest cottage.
Clean, fresh country decor gives AppleBee its unique warmth and charm, while its protected position avoids any traffic noise. The cottage has its own private garden area with seating, and also has access to the larger tree-filled garden with its resident bird-life.
Cereals, milk, rusks and a complimentary fruit bowl are provided, as well as tea, hot chocolate and filter coffee. Continental breakfast supplies can be placed in the cottage the evening prior, at an additional charge. The cottage is serviced daily.
Guests are welcome to use the swimming pool and a Weber braai is available for use in your own private garden. Secure off-street parking with remote access is provided.
Located in Grahamstown, AppleBee is conveniently situated 100m from St Andrew's Prep, 700m from St Andrew's College and 1.2km from Rhodes University.
Discounts applicable for longer stays.
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