Karob Guest Room Nieuwoudtville (444 Goedehoop Street)
Karob Boom / Carob Tree
The Carob tree is widely cultivated for its edible pods, and as an ornamental tree in gardens. Carob is mildly sweet and is used in powdered, chip, or syrup form as an ingredient in cakes and cookies, and as a substitute for chocolate.
Lovely, sunny guest room situated in a quiet part of town. The room is separate from the house with private entrance and secure parking.
A separate kitchen for self-catering and braai facilities are available.
Moisture fan and mosquito net for summer. Good quality towels and linen provided. Hair dryer. Coffee/tea tray and bar fridge in the room. Flat screen satellite television
Rates: Please call or enquire at email@example.com for seasonal rates.
50% deposit required in order to secure booking. Cash and Internet banking accepted. Unfortunately we have no credit card facilities available.