About Safari Guesthouse/Gastehuis
Safari Guest House is situated in the safe, quiet and easy accessible neighborhood of the large agricultural town, Vryburg. It is on the main route to Namibia & Botswana, which makes it the perfect, comfortable accommodation for couples, families, hunters bikers and business travelers. Safari Guesthouse spoil their guests with spacious and luxury air-conditioned rooms, which also features a private en-suite bathroom, outside patio area in front of every room, TV with sport & movie DSTV channels, Tea- Coffee and a bar-fridge with refreshments. Guests will benefit from free WIFI throughout the whole property. Our guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast or (supper on request in advance) in our dining room with a feature painted wall of a Kalahari scene. Shaded and secured private parking on-site available for free. Take an afternoon/morning stroll around the neighborhood to the nearby Leon Taljaard Nature Reserve and Concentration Camp Memorial Pinnacle. Safari Guesthouse is the most ideal stopover for those travelling to the far reaches of South Africa.
Stay between 01 Jan 2019 and 31 Jan 2019 and get 10% off.
- 1 night min stay (check-in between 01 Jan 2019 and 31 Jan 2019)
Continental breakfast at an additional R50 per person.
Lunch Packs is an additional R70 per person.
A full breakfast is an additional R90 per person.
Supper available on request in advance at R130 per person.
Check-out time on Sundays is at 09:00.
Children 2 to 11 years: R120
Children 12 years and older: R250
Safari Guesthouse/Gastehuis Rooms
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