McAllisters Guest House offers the business traveller a “home away from home” atmosphere. It is ideally situated in the up market suburb of Morningside in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, in South Africa. The guest house has comfortable rooms with private entrance and security alarm. Guests can choose single or double en-suite rooms, all with remote controlled television, tea and coffee making facilities, Telephone and ADSL Internet facilities and fully stocked bar fridge. Florida Road, with its trendy and popular bars, bistros, shops and places of interest is only a short walk away. Windermere Shopping Centre is within a comfortable walking distance which boasts an internet cafe, supermarket, hairdressing salon. A 5 minute drive will take you to the Musgrave Shopping Mall which is a haven for shoppers, cinema goers, not to mention a host of fine dining. In South Africa, Durban’s sunny year-round weather makes this a choice destination for discerning travellers seeking to immerse themselves in the colorful tapestry which is KwaZulu-Natal.
In the same close proximity one will find the Sun Coast Casino complex, ABSA Stadium, Kingsmead Cricket ground, Greyville racecourse, and several venue for golfing enthusiasts. Enjoy a sundowner around the braai/pool area, or meet with us at the bar enclave to share in the days events.
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Airport Nearby, Beach Nearby, By a mountain, Coach / Bus Station Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Golf course, Laundry, Medical facilities, Modem Connection, Near Golf Course, Railway Station Nearby, Shopping centres, Swimming Pool, Town / City Centre
PricePrice : 950.00 ZAR - 1,500.00 ZAR p/p sharing
- Air conditioning
- BBQ | Braai Facilities
- Breakfast Only
- Catering By Arrangement
- Child Friendly
- MNet / Satellite TV
- Private Garden / Patio
- Secure Parking
- Swimming Pool
- Tea and coffee maker
- TV Room / Lounge
- WiFi (Internet access)
Beach, Gambling, Golf, Leisure, Marine, Medical, Swimming Pool, Train
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With ecosystems ranging from steamy sub-tropical forests and mangrove swamps to snow-clad mountains with a whole lot between, KwaZulu-Natal is probably South Africa’s most diverse province. South Africa’s biggest port is situated in a city that revels in a fascinating mix of Asian, European and African influences. Durban has the largest Indian population of any