About Memra Guest House
Memra Guest House is situated in a safe and quiet residential area in Ladysmith, in close proximity to the La Verna Hospital and Pick ‘n Pay shopping centre. Memra is perfectly located as a stopover for the business traveller or sales executive travelling to Ladysmith and surrounding areas. Activities such as a golf and the well-known KwaZulu-Natal Battlefields are also nearby.
Your dedicated hosts, Chris and Magda du Plessis, offer warm hospitality and an overall unforgettable stay. Memra features five comfortable rooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, DStv, a fridge, and tea and coffee-making facilities. We also offer guests secure parking facilities, a pool to cool down in and a relaxing braai area.
Breakfast and dinner is served at your request and can be enjoyed either in our dining room or outside next to the swimming pool in the entertainment area.
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