Hidden away in Komani suburbia is the bed and breakfast De Oude Werf Guesthouse, which offers comfortable, luxurious accommodation for weary travellers.
From the outside, the house is a beautiful old-fashioned structure however once you step inside you are greeted by an assortment of rooms which vary in size but are all furnished with modern trappings.
Each room has a flat-screen TV with a full DStv offering, an en-suite bathroom, tea and coffee-making facilities, as well as a bar fridge and microwave.
There is plenty of wardrobe space, along with air-conditioning and electric blankets to keep out the chill.
Every room comes with a door leading outside where guests have access to a beautiful garden with a number of benches dotted around from which one can enjoy the space.
Fairy lights at the pool area add to magic of the place.
A three-course dinner is served for guests either in the dining-room or on a tray delivered to the guests’ room on request.
After a long day of driving and trudging up hills and hiking, we all opted for this and the manager served each of us a scrumptious meal of roast chicken and vegetables with a homemade lemon meringue pie for dessert.
A full continental breakfast was served in the dining area the next day, with an assortment of different cereals, yoghurt, fruits and juices also on offer.
Although classified as a bed and breakfast, this establishment offers a service on par with hotel standards and left us feeling really pampered and thoroughly satisfied. — firstname.lastname@example.org