About Mountain View Country Guest House
Mountain View Country Guest House ( 4 star grading by the Tourism Grading Council))situated on the Spekboomberg Farm outside Cradock. It is only 25 kilometres from the town’s centre.
There are three rooms in this guest house.Cottage 2 rooms. All the rooms are air-conditioned and has en-suite bathrooms and televisions with DStv connections. Guests have access to the communal kitchen which is fully equipped and they can prepare their meals in the inside and outside braai areas. Secure parking is available on the premises.
The farm has beautiful views of the mountain and boasts wonderful natural surroundings so guests are sure to depart feeling relaxed.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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