About Kolping Guest House
Kolping Guest House offers both self-catering and B&B services to travellers and business people. We are located within walking distance of restaurants and shopping centres. Services offered include a laundry service, airport shuttles, lunch and dinner by arrangement. We have facilities that cater for the needs of disabled people.
Safe and secure off-street parking is available. The suites at Kolping Guest House have been custom designed with your absolute comfort in mind. Underfloor heating, air-conditioning, imported duvets, electric blankets, the finest percale linen, stocked bar fridges and hospitality trays are just some of the little luxuries which come standard in all of our suites. You will be pampered with personal toiletries and luxurious fluffy bath towels in the spacious bathrooms.
All suites lead out into the beautifully manicured gardens and overlook the sparkling swimming pool which forms the magnificent centre piece in the tranquil garden setting. The beautiful woodwork that is evident throughout the entire guest house is the proud work of Elizabeth Blank's husband, Uwe, who put in many hours of work enhancing the ambience of the Kolping Guest House with his outstanding craftsmanship. The four-poster bed in the Honeymoon Room is made of yellow and blackwood that was handcrafted by Uwe in addition to the beautifully crafted woodwork you will see in the reception area, the ceilings, the furnishings in the suites, the conference centres and the dining room.
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