About Spes Bona Guesthouse
Spes Bona Guesthouse has been welcoming tourists to its tranquil, homely atmosphere for many years. We are one of the first guest houses in Colesberg, established in 1995. Spes Bona has traditional high ceilings that provides for perfect overnight accommodation. Considered as your home away from home.Our accommodation consists of 3 spacious family rooms, 1 room sleeping 2 guests (twin beds) and 1 room sleeping 3 guests. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms. Family rooms are air conditioned. Grey-water system ensures a green grass carpet all around the year.Breakfast available on request and can be arranged on arrival. Take away breakfast available on request.Sit-down breakfast consist of selection of cereals, in season fruit, yogurt, eggs, bacon, sausage, tomato, mushrooms, toast, juice, coffee or tea. Take away breakfast consist of toasted sandwich, hard boiled eggs, sausage or chicken wings, yogurt, in season fruit and juice.No pork options available. Diabetic, vegan, vegetarian options available on prior arrangement only.
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