About AshTree Guest House
Are you in need of a well deserved break. Come and visit our bright and spacious guest house, where you can enjoy a wonderful relaxing atmosphere. Guests can just unwind and breathe in fresh Karoo air. When last did you see the night skies explode with thousands of bright shining stars, have you ever seen a summer sky filled with clouds of falcons flying in all the way from Siberia. AshTree Guest House offers comfortable accommodation in spacious double and single bedrooms.
All the rooms are equipped with various facilities including en-suite / private bathrooms, roof fans, heaters, electric blankets and hospitality trays. Take a walk down a quiet country lane in a lovely historic village, or even stroll at midnight without fear of being mugged. Stop along the way for a chat with the locals and experience true Karoo hospitality, here your time is your own.
You can decide what time you'd like to have delicious breakfast or dinner, dinner served on prior arrangements. You can even do your own braai (barbecue), sleep late if you feel like it, there is DStv available in the lounge. The chances are you won't want to leave, and if you don't want to, you are more than welcome to spend the rest of your holiday with us.
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