About Mautanrho Guest House
Steynsburg is a quiet little Karoo town with a huge heritage. It is nestled beneath a circle of mountains and it is the birthplace of Oom Paul Kruger and Marais Steyn, after whom the delightful old age home is named. The town has two museums of which one is dedicated to Paul Kruger.
The guest house is an old five-bedroom Karoo-style home built in 1902. It has a large veranda on the front and side of the house where one may eat alfresco in the morning or evenings, or drink your sundowner as the sun slips gently behind the mountains that surround the house. There is a dry pub at the house so guests can bring their own liquor.
The guest house consists of four rooms comprising two Family Rooms with two queen-size beds in each and two Single Rooms with one queen-size bed in each. Family Rooms are ideal for families to be together in the same room or two couples sharing. All rooms have satellite TVs, radios or CD players and comfortable chairs for relaxing in the evening. Guests may also sit comfortably in the communal lounge, TV room or on the lovely veranda.
Tea or coffee is served at your room each morning and there are a variety of teas available. The TV lounge has a DVD player for cosy film evenings, and there is a selection of DVDs available at the house. There are also DVD players in each room allowing guests to watch in the privacy of their room. Unisex hairdressing facilities are on the premises and we provide safe and secure parking behind a locked barn gate. Small pets are welcome, but they are the responsibility of their owners.
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