About Guineafowl Bed and Breakfast
The first town on the Garden Route from Cape Town. Hilton and Cherry's guest resort is situated on the outskirts of Albertinia. Quiet, serene and simply perfect for the tired traveler. A lovely swimming pool in the centre of the complex to wash and clear all the travel dust. Start your exploration of the beautiful and popular tourist destination, the Garden Route, from this point.
Self-catering apartments also available. Rooms are spacious and well kept. Albertinia is the town of the well-known aloe factories for natural products. Ask Hilton to take you there or drive yourself. Mountain bikes and bicycles are welcome at this venue and it may serve a delightful purpose for Eco-lovers.
This is an art retreat: classes and tours organized according to your image of a creative time of rest. All guesthouse stays include a healthy breakfast served by your charming host, Cherry. Hilton can also refer you to his friend who assembles Porsche cars and has cars for hire for very special occasions. Member of Albertinia Tourism Bureau.
no deposit refund
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