About Cozy Nest Guest House
Cozy Nest Guest House has eight double bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Our current full capacity can accommodate up to 16 guests. Rooms are fully serviced daily, with all the necessary toiletries and quality linen.
Cozy Nest was the recent Eastern Cape provincial winner of the 2007 Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the year award. This prestigious award has given us the opportunity to attend the WTM in London in 2007. This exciting venture has given us the chance to expose ourselves to the international market place.
Our desire is to see that your visit to our area, whether for business or leisure, is as comfortable, convenient and cost-effective as possible.
An additional single bed can be placed in the double room at an additional charge of R200.00 per night.
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