About Guests on the Move
This is a quaint bed and breakfast located in the heart of Beaufort West. The house is situated far enough from the main road for guests to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the neighbourhood.
The accommodation consists of two en-suite bedrooms with separate entrances. The rooms have air-conditioning, mosquito nets over the beds, comfortable chairs and TVs. The Africa Room can sleep two guests and has a table where guests can work. The Family Room can sleep four guests, has a fridge-freezer, and opens onto a veranda where guests can sit and enjoy the garden.
There is an open-plan kitchen and living area. This area has a TV with DStv and a built-in braai. Guests can choose to either enjoy the breakfast provided or cater for themselves. Rooms are serviced daily and there is ample secure parking available on the premises.
No book -ins later than 20h00 unless arranged prior to arrival.
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