About Purple House Guest House
The Purple House in Smithfield (owned by Johann Greeff, the Uncle of singer and TV star Karen Zoid) is one of the oldest, most funkiest, air conditioned and grooviest guest houses in the Free State. This Guest House is run by Johann himself and is always available. He knows the importance of wonderful rooms and beds, great service and friendliness. He is quite laid back and will be most happy to welcome you in his home. You will part as friends for sure! On offer is FREE Wi-Fi internet for all guests! Come stay where guests like Radio Kalahari Orkes group, Manuel Escorcio, Petronel Baard, Karen Zoid family and many other Groovies have stayed. The house has it's own Cinema. The Half moon room is a modern and spacious 28 sq.m room set in a rondawel. It has a separate and private bathroom with shower. Either a king size bed is used or it can be turned into two single beds. Another single bed is available upon request. Small kitchenette and satelite TV. Electric blankets and high quality percale sheets and duck duvet.The Quarter moon room is a modern and spacious 28 sq.m room set in a rondawel. It has a separate and private bathroom with shower. Either a king size bed is used or it can be turned into two single beds. Another single bed is available upon request. Small kitchenette and satelite TV. Electric blankets and high quality percale sheets and duck duvet.The Pierneef room is nice and comfortable with full air conditioning, oregon floors and high ceilings. The unit sports a queen-sized bed, extra length and private bathroom with shower only. The unit is actually like a private suite. FREE Wi--Fi !! Full DStv is available with 2 easy chairs. Hiigh quality percale sheets and duck duvet. Electric blanketsThe Gallery room is fully air conditioned( hot and cold), fitted with two single beds, two lounge chairs and has an en-suite bathroom with shower inside the room. Full DStv is available. FREE Wi-Fi ! The Gecko Cottage has full air conditioning for the bedrooms and can accommodate five persons in comfort. We have two rooms in the cottage. One room has a double bed and the other has three single beds. There is a kitchen and bathroom with gas shower is separate. It is ideal for a family to overnight or even for long term stays for contractors. It is basic, but comfortable. Electric blankets and high quality percale sheets and duck duvet.Coffee and tea-making facilities are provided in the kitchen and we also have a small café in the garden. Dinners and breakfasts are served inside the house or on the veranda. You could also have it in the lovely tea garden with a little pond. The house also has a private cinema for entertainment; prior arrangement for shows is a must. Come join him for a relaxing and entertaining stay!
Golf: The third oldest golf course in the Free State with the famous Par 3 hole - The Pulpit.
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