Situated next to the Sid Fourie Museum and the Mohair Centre, Koedoesrus is on the main road from Port Elizabeth to Graaff-Reinet. It is one of the new overnight stops in Jansenville that will make it worth your while. With hospitality, comfort and a rustic atmosphere, you can be sure that you will enjoy your stay with us.
All the rooms are comfortably furnished, exuding country appeal. There are four Double Rooms which sleep eight people in total, but we can always make a plan for one or two extra people. The rooms have TVs with DStv access, tea and coffee-making facilities and the usual necessities.
Braai facilities and braai packs are available if you prefer, or a sumptuous meal can be served by arrangement. Breakfast can be had either as a full Wimpy-style or continental breakfast. We offer safe off-street parking for your peace of mind. You will find our tariffs very reasonable for the quality and comfort of the stay.
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