About Ritorna - Me B&B
Ritorna-Me B&B and self catering is set in a picturesque garden with views of Towerkop and Elandsberg. Guests can relax on the Patio, overlooking the pool and garden area with the mountains complimenting your beautiful view.
All the rooms are very stylishly decorated and reflect the surrounding garden and mountains. Two of the four rooms have their own little private stoop where guests can enjoy the panoramic view of the gardens. Each room has either queen-size bed or a king-size bed.
Awake each morning to a warm hearty breakfast that is served in our inviting and stylish dining room. Breakfast can also be served on the patio with the mountains as your view behind our sparkling pool. It guarantees never to get boring.
Romantic: Stylishly decorated rooms with en-suite bathrooms that are perfect for a couples escape.
Deposit must be paid to secured booking.
Prices include breakfast unless otherwise specified.
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