About Dew Drop In
The Dew Drop In is an old house which has been very tastefully modernised. It consists of two bedrooms inside the house of which one has an en-suit bathroom. Both bathrooms have a bath and shower. A self contained cottage is in the lush garden; its has its own lounge area, the bathroom contains only a shower.
Each bedroom and the cottage are air-conditioned.
TV is available in house lounge.
We even have a secluded camping spot in the garden, ideal for guest’s youngsters, touring cyclists or motorcyclists.
We are located just a couple of minutes walk away from O’s restaurant and the Riviera retirement village, a couple of hundred meters from the nicest restaurants, Spar and many of the antique shops on Bree St.
The guesthouse boasts a backup generator with sufficient capacity to power most of the guesthouse so load shedding wont spoil your break.
Stay between 05 Mar 2018 and 31 Aug 2018 and get 15% off. Valid every Fri,Sat. .
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 05 Mar 2018 and 31 Aug 2018)
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