About Edgerton House
In the historic suburb of Belgravia, opposite the McGregor Museum, is Edgerton House; a listed Historical Home.
The owners, Dr Podlas and Mr Cambouris, have a passion for history and the old world era of the diamond diggings has been recreated at Edgerton House. The guest house offers 13 comfortable open-plan en suite bedrooms, each with a TV, a telephone and air-conditioning. Guests can cool down in the swimming pool or relax in the tea garden. Secure parking is available. Meals available on request at an additional charge.
For those looking to explore, city and diamond tours can be arranged with prior arrangement. Airport transfers is also available.
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