Highlands, Makana MunicipalityOutstanding 100%
Seven FountainsOutstanding 100%
Follow the N2 from Port Elizabeth 68 km turn left at Carnovon DaleOutstanding 100%
Amakhala Game Reserve follow N2 From Port Elizabeth to GrahamstownOutstanding 100%
Follow N2 from Port Elizabeth approx 70km toward Grahamstown Amakhala ReserveOutstanding 100%
Off the N2 National road between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown (55 mi.)Excellent 90%
wondersproducts We arrived there late in the evening at about 8pm, the Doorbell , didn't seem to be in operation - we had to phone to be let in - once the chap that was on duty opened up for us & let us in he was quite helpful with assisting to carry bags. We rented the en suite room - The mattress' were lumpy - when lying on the bed you felt the springs coming through - the Shower pressure was good but - you had to jump around in the shower to get wet & the nozzel of the spray was very high so it was very difficult to adjust - there were towels provided. In the morning we awoke - after a rough nights rest to find that there were stains on the pillow cases. In order to get the plug point working opposite the beds we had to switch on the plug behind the beds ........ We felt that the cleanliness of this room needed some drastic attention. & PERSONALLY feel that if we had stayed in the main section of the house it would have been fine - as it looked as if the bunk beds & mattress' looked better - the kitchen was clean and tidy - the staff in the morning were helpful and friendly. We decided to move onto Port St Johns instead of spending another night due to family commitments & work commitments. The room we stayed in just needs fine tuning - window glass fixed, mattress changed ( without the base being on bricks) & shower nozzel to be changed so that one could have a proper shower, door for shower needs a bit of paint - as the room looked as if it was still a work in progress. Parking was secure.Think it was over priced for what we got.
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