Mookho's Bed & Breakfast
About Mookho's Bed & Breakfast
Mookho's Bed & Breakfast offers comfortable and clean accommodation in the residential area of Primville in the south of Johannesburg. The guest house has four bedrooms ideal for business travellers and couples or families.
The rooms are all individually decorated with bedding provided. Throughout the house guests will find a colourful African art collection hanging on the walls. Two of the rooms have en-quite bathrooms while the two remaining rooms share a bathroom. The communal living area has a lounge with a TV and a fireplace. Breakfast is served at the large dining table. Outside is a well maintained garden with a water feature.
Situated in the south the house is within reach of shopping centres, show grounds and en-route to the Johannesburg city center.
We offer strictly a Bed & Breakfast.Dinner or Lunch is on request at an additional cost
Mookho's Bed & Breakfast Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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