About Sha-Henne's Guest House
Sha-Henne's Guest House is adjacent to a golf club and is the ideal stopover for travelers on their way from and to Namibia, Botswana and Gauteng. It has a full ale-cart restaurant, bar. wedding, conference and function venue for all types of gatherings.
The rooms are tastefully decorated with air-conditioning, and tea and coffee-making facilities. We have a beautiful garden with a perfectly manicured lawn for children to enjoy. HD Satellite TV with 19 channels.
Zeerust lies on the N4, which is the main road link between South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. The area is known for the large cattle ranches as well as wheat, maize, tobacco and citrus fruit farms. Tourism is also a developing industry and the area has many game reserves. Birdwatchers will enjoy the area's variety of bird life. During summer the weather is hot and the winters are dry and cold.
Safari: Safari customers was in the past always satisfied and they will be in the future as well.
Golf: Sha-hennè's Guesthouse is next to the Zeerust Golf club and very close to the Clubhouse where the can play squash as well. The gym is cross the street from the guesthouse, and walking distance.
Wedding Venues: We have 2 venues on site. Samll 100 guests bigger 220. Catering for weddings or conferences can be done.
Conference Venues: 10 -200, cinema style or behind table, White boards, WiFi, projector + screen flip chart.
Family friendly: We have 5 family rooms contain 1 dubble and 2 single beds or 4 singl beds in one room.
Covid Safety Approved: Self Sanitize when arrive at reception, Screening with arrival at reception,Screen on reception counter, rooms are separate not in house as well as the bar and restaurant, every room will be disinfect with cleaning every day,
100% OF BOOKING FEE SHOULD BE MADE IN ORDER TO SECURE BOOKING OF ROOM
FOOD AND BEVERAGE IS OPTIONAL EXTRA AND WILL NEVER REFLECT ON QUOTATION UNLESS SPECIFIED
Reviews for Sha-Henne's Guest House6 guest reviews Reviews of
3 out of 5 stars
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling