Abbotsford House Guest House

Guest House Accommodation Johannesburg

Guest House Accommodation Johannesburg

At Abbotsford Guest House, accommodation is in 4 fully equipped en suite rooms.

All our rooms have free WiFi and are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries, a mini fridge, built in safe and TV’s with limited DSTV channels. The rooms also have a desk and chair ideal for the business traveler that still has to do some work while visiting Johannesburg.

 

Our guest house accommodation in Johannesburg is ideal for tourists or the business traveler.

Guest house view from our enclosed parking

Laundry service is available on request.

All our rooms are strictly non-smoking and we request our guests to please be considerate and only smoke outside away from the windows.

The spacious Rose Room overlooks the many rose bushes in our beautiful garden and offers a king size bed and lovely furnishings. The en suite bathroom has both a bath and a shower. Should you wish to have an extra bed or cot put into the room to have children sleep with you, we can accommodate you.

The Verandah Room looks out over the garden, dotted with trees and a lush lawn. It has a queen size bed. The en suite bathroom has both a bath and a shower.

The Lavender Room faces our neighbour’s property and has a comfortable double bed. The en suite bathroom has only a shower.

The roomy Fig Room has three single beds, a little library and some seating where you can enjoy reading a book. The en suite bathroom has a bath hand shower combo.

Our reception area has a lounge where guests can relax. We have a patio where one can enjoy the tranquil garden views.

We have a huge dining room that is ideal for small meetings or workshops. This is also where our guests can enjoy their cereals in the morning.

With our property being so big, surrounded by trees in a quiet suburb, you will not feel as if you are in Guest House Accommodation Johannesburg

Accommodation Johannesburg

 

 

 

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