About Hadida Guest House
Comfortable and private accommodation in fully equipped single, double and family units. We are conveniently situated in a quiet residential neighborhood, close to the famous Big Hole and other tourist attractions.
Breakfast is self-catering or available on request. Visitors mainly consist of national and international tourists, business travelers and family groups.
Hadida Guest House is also a popular sleepover when traveling between Cape Town and Johannesburg. All our self-contained units are unique and individually decorated to provide a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere where visitors will feel immediately at home. The en-suite bathrooms, self-catering facilities and own outside entrances of each unit provide complete privacy for guests. Units are serviced daily and our friendly personnel are always available for assistance.
Facilities includes tuck shop, television with M-net or DStv in each unit, all units have self-catering facilities with microwave oven, refrigerator, kettle and more, breakfast is available on request and disabled friendly only some units. Children of all ages are welcome in a single/double and family units. Private self-contained units with en-suite bathrooms and own outside entrances.
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The McGregor Museum houses natural history and cultural history collections including a botanical herbarium, zoology collections, a history archive, ethnography collections, archaeology and rock art collections, physical anthropology, palaeontology...
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