About RJ Guesthouse
RJ Guesthouse was launched in 2013 and is situated in a peaceful residential area of Ermelo. The guest house offers accommodation in a selection of rooms, ideal for business- and holiday travellers.
Each room can comfortably sleep two adults on a double bed. Room facilities include heating, Wi-Fi, DStv, wardrobes, tea- and coffee-making facilities and a bar fridge. Families can be accommodated in two High Rooms that share an inter-leading bathroom.
Secure under-cover parking is provided.
Golf: The Ermelo Golf Course is five kilometres from town.
Conference Venues: Conference facilities are available for up to 30 delegated. A white board and a projector is available on request.
Family friendly: The guest house is in a highly secure area with security cameras. Moms can feel safe with small children. A trampoline or jumping castle can be arrange on request.
Meals and laundry facilities are available on request.
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