About Cosy-Corner Guest House
Cosy-Corner Guest House and bed and breakfast is situated in a quiet residential area of George, just five minutes away from the city center and restaurants, 10 minutes away from George Airport, 15 minutes away from the beaches, as well as being in the heart of the major tourist attractions of The Garden Route and Klein Karoo. Children over the age of 12 years old are welcome.
Cosy-Corner Guest House is set in a cool peaceful garden with a view of the Outeniqua Mountains. After and exciting day’s touring, our guests can relax and enjoy refreshments in the lounge or on the patio.
Our rooms offer double or twin beds, bathroom on-suite full bathroom or shower only, tea and coffee making facilities, mini wall safes and televisions. Laundry facilities are available.We cannot accommodate children under the age of 12 years old.
After a comfortable nights sleep, guests can awake to birds singing in the garden. A full hearty breakfast is served in the dinning room. Business folk are also welcome. All our rooms are non-smoking. We do not accommodate children under 12 years old. George, a Western Cape Town not to be missed.
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