Mimosa Bed & Breakfast is situated in Grahamstown, the educational and festival hub of the Eastern Cape Makana Region. TMimosa Bed & Breakfast is able to accommodate up to four people in this private unit. The large, elegant main bedroom is tastefully furnished including a king-size bed and boasts a Victorian fireplace, sitting area and TV. The second bedroom, also with a Victorian fireplace, is comfortably furnished with two single beds. Both rooms have access to a private veranda which overlooks a beautiful garden and an elegant charcoal swimming pool. A private bathroom an
We are able to supply a camp cot, mattress, baby towel, hook-on feeding chair and baby monitor if needed.
The bedroom is beautifully furnished with dimmer lights and candles.
Availability and Pricing
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Arrivals & Departure:
Normal Check-in time starts at 14h00, but every effort will be made to accommodate earlier or later check-ins (if arranged in advance).
Check-out time is 10.00. Please inform us in advance if you require a later check-out and we will do our utmost to accommodate your request.
If breakfast were requested as part of the booking, a self-help continental breakfast will be available in the fridge.
There is a Nespresso machine in your kitchen and a few pods are supplied. Please bring extra pods if you come for a long stay.
The guesthouse is a non-smoking establishment. Smoking is permitted on the guesthouse veranda and outside the house, please use the ashtray provided.
There will be no refunds for early departures.
The swimming pool is available for use by guests of the guesthouse at their own risk.
Please let us know in advance if you are bringing children. We have a camping cot, bedding & a hook-on chair to make your stay more comfortable.
Much as we love them, we are unable to accept dogs or any other pets in the property.
- Laundry Facilities*
- Swimming Pool
- Indoor Fireplace
- Satellite TV*
- Vitality Collection
- No Credit Card Facilities
- Parking on Premises
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling