About Brindydale B&B and Self-Catering
Nestled in the heart of Hilton, the gateway between Pietermaritzburg and the Natal Midlands, your hosts, Lin and Dave, offer a warm welcome backed by friendly efficient service and comfortable, quiet, accommodation of great value. Brindydale B&B is perfect for individuals, couples and families or larger groupings from school, business, sporting, and tourist communities. In the village of Hilton and surrounding areas there is a large variety of restaurants and other eateries.We are also within 2 km from Hilton Life Hospital.This charming purpose-built Cape Dutch-style bed and breakfast comprises 2 upmarket double guest rooms, and guests have a choice of either bed and breakfast accommodation, or self-catering accommodation. The 2 units can be joined for families and larger groups of up to 6 persons, by means of a comfortable double-sleeper couch in Unit 1.Each of the upmarket guest rooms has an extensive range of modern facilities including en-suite bathrooms, quality bed linen and towels, a microwave, fridge, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Other room facilities include a hairdryer, safe, ceiling fan and heater, as well as free Wi-Fi, and a TV with compact bouquet DStv. Unit 1 also boasts a fully fitted kitchen with an oven, a hob and washing facilities.An optional breakfast is served daily each morning on the enclosed veranda which offers a direct view of the well-established garden. Guests have a choice of a tasty continental health breakfast of yoghurt, cereal, fresh fruit, jams and fruit juices or a full English breakfast.
Single person, R635;
Per person sharing, R465;
Child (aged 2-12 years), R230.
There is no charge for children under 2 years.
In Unit 1, when the sleeper-couch is preferred to persons sharing the queen-bed, a once-off linen charge of R75 is charged.
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