About Jamaed Court Self-Catering Apartments
At Jamaed Court we offer comfortable, efficient, quiet, self-catering accommodation at value-for-money prices. Conveniently located for those with business in George or the surrounding Garden Route, our flats are fully furnished, with a bathroom and kitchen, and are serviced daily for guests' convenience. Free WiFi and DSTV.
Our Studios are ideal for up to 2 persons, with either a double or two single beds,an equipped kitchen and bathroom. Our Family (1-bedroom) flats are ideal for a family of 4, with a double bed in the bedroom, and then either single beds or double bunk for the kids, equipped kitchen, and bathroom. Free WiFi and DSTV, Secure parking.
Book between 2018-08-15 and 2018-09-15 and get 10% off standard rates!
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Things to do in and around Dormehlsdrift
(0.5 km from Dormehlsdrift)
Dinner theatre aficionados in George have a new state-of-the-art theatre to visit for good times, delicious food and quality entertainment. The Kalahari Restaurant and Theatre opened its doors in September 2010 to cater for discerning theatre fans...
(1.2 km from Dormehlsdrift)
Set in the heart of the Garden Route, the George Golf Club course is a beautifully manicured, 72 par course with 18 holes and bent greens. The course rating for men is either 70 (club – 5774m) or 72 (championship – 6100m), while that for the ladies...
(2 km from Dormehlsdrift)
Kingswood is an urban golf estate located in the heart of George. Undoubtedly the Sally Little signature18-hole golf course designed by Danie Obermeyer is the prime attraction, but there are a host of other leisure activities that you can enjoy -...
(3 km from Dormehlsdrift)
Take a trip down memory lane at the Outeniqua Transport Museum. You will be able to see 13 different steam locomotives including a narrow gauge, the Emil Kessler- Johannesburg’s first steam locomotive and the impressive GL Garrett. Also on view are...