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General

The 4-star Melrose Guest Farm situated outside Graaff-Reinet (Eastern Cape) offers accommodation in two family suites and one self-catering unit.
The family units are en suite and have two bedrooms, one with a queen size bed, and one with two single beds.Both units have airconditioning, bar fridge, towels, toiletries, first aid kit, hair dryer and coffee and tea facilities. The self-catering unit have two bedrooms with two three quarter beds in each room.There is a lounge with a TV and braai facilities.
Breakfast is included in the rates and lunch and dinner on request.There are braai facilities, secure parking, and a library.The guest house also offers picnic baskets.
Activities and attractions in the area include mountain biking, bird watching, farm walks, farm drives and a sunset cruise on the Ngwebe Dam.Graaff-Reinet is close by and offers many different restaurants, museums and shops.Other attractions in the area are the Valley of Desolation, Camdeboo National Park, Addo Elephant Park, Mountain Zebra Park, and Nieu Bathesda.

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Establishment Code

ME8294

Nearby

CoffeeTea Maker, Countryside

AATravel Code

PA44032

City

graaff-reinet

Facilities

  • Afrikaans
  • Air conditioning
  • Breakfast Only
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • Child Friendly
  • English
  • Fully Catered
  • Hairdryer
  • Mini Bar
  • Room Cleaning Service
  • Secure Parking
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Telephone

Activities

Bird watching, Boat/River cruise, Cultural Attractions, Eco & Nature, Hiking, Historical Attractions, Of Historic / Literary or Architectural Interest

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