About The Palms Bed & Breakfast
The Palms Bed & Breakfast has been well established over the past 17 years. It is situated next to the Japanese Gardens in the prestigious suburb of Durban North.It is just 20 minutes’ drive from the International Airport and about 10 minutes’ drive from the Durban City Centre, making it very well located for all business and sporting activities.The Kings Park Rugby Stadiums, Kingsmead Cricket, as well as the Kings Park swimming pool are a mere 5 minutes away.We have four double guest rooms, which are all en-suite and a comfortable guest lounge where you can relax watch T.V. We also offer a full English Breakfasts served on our stunning patio or in the guest dining room. Rob and Caroline Best are always willing to help with your holiday and for all your sightseeing requirements.We look forward to welcoming you at The Palms Bed & Breakfast in Durban North.
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Things to do in and around Durban North
(2 km from Durban North)
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(0.3 km from Durban North)
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(1.3 km from Durban North)
The gardens feature Japanese stuctures laid out in a traditional style. The Japanese Garden ponds attract a variety of water birds. There are picnic areas and a playground. The gardens are open seven days a week and entrance is free