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Old Coach Road Guest House, Barberton

Situated on 13 acres of land 9km outside Barberton on R38 Kaapmuiden road. The guest house is surrounded by indigenous lowveld vegetation and many relics from the gold rush days of Barberton. Accommodation in rooms with private entrance separate from the main house all with private facilities (either bath or shower) Facilities for wheel chairs are available. Accommodation consists of five double rooms, a family unit with two bedrooms, bathroom and small lounge, one twin bed room and one single room. Accommodation is on a bed and breakfast basis with dinner available on request.. We are about 15km north of Barberton which has a limited number of places to eat. If you are arriving late afternoon or early evening, please advise If you require dinner once your booking has been confirmed. We also request that you advise us of any special dietary requirements such as vegetarian, allergies etc. Activities: Take a scenic drive via Saddleback Pass, through the old mining town of Msauli and return via Badplaas.

Minimum Stay1 Days
Sleeps17 people
Check-in2:00 PM
Check-out10:00 AM

Why "Request Pricing"?

About 60% of our establishments are Guest House/Bed & Breakfast/Self Catering establishments, without an online/direct booking system. So unlike other websites that offer Hotels, we also offer the less promoted establishments throughout Africa, which gives you the experience that you are looking for. All of these 60% of establishments are not connected to the internet as Hotels are, so you are not able to book direct.

You can however "Request Pricing" with them, asking them specific questions about your needs. We recommend that you request several quotes in your search, to find the accommodation that best suits your needs. Most establishments reply to your requests within several hours, giving you the opportunity to choose between several establishments, to give you the opportunity to make the best choice available!

Pricing

R450 p/p (single room)
R397 p/p sharing
R930 per unit

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Pricing & Availability

Room types / Units

Large twin bed with lounge, kitchenette (1 unit)

One bedroom apartment type room with twin beds, lounge, kitchenette and bathroom/toilet, bath. Kitchenette furnished with microwave and fridge and cutlery for two persons. No cooking facilities.

Includes: B & B

Family Units - two bedroomed (1 unit)

Two bedroom family unit with one double bed and two singles - with small lounge and shared bathroom. Kitchenette area with fridge and microwave, but no cooking facilities. Price quoted includes breakfast.

Includes: B & B

Single room (1 unit)

Room with single bed and en-suite shower

Includes: B & B

Double Room (3 units)

Room with double bed and en-suite shower

Includes: B & B

Standard twin room (1 unit)

Standard twin room with two single beds, shower/toilet

Includes: B & B

Double room, wheel chair access (1 unit)

Double room, ground floor near parking area. Fitted handrails in bathroom/toilet

Includes: B & B

Features

Facilities

Wheelchair Enabled, Laundry Facilities, Swimming Pool, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi, Credit Card Facilities, Parking on Premises, Pets Not Allowed, Deals Up to 20% Off, Deals 20%-40% Off

Activities Near

Bird Watching, Walking

Accomm Type

Guest House

Why "Request Pricing"?

About 60% of our establishments are Guest House/Bed & Breakfast/Self Catering establishments, without an online/direct booking system. So unlike other websites that offer Hotels, we also offer the less promoted establishments throughout Africa, which gives you the experience that you are looking for. All of these 60% of establishments are not connected to the internet as Hotels are, so you are not able to book direct.

You can however "Request Pricing" with them, asking them specific questions about your needs. We recommend that you request several quotes in your search, to find the accommodation that best suits your needs. Most establishments reply to your requests within several hours, giving you the opportunity to choose between several establishments, to give you the opportunity to make the best choice available!

Guest reviews

Old Coach Road

We had a super time at the Old Coach Road Guest House. Enjoyed a swim both in the evening and the early morning to the sound of the birds, and the beautiful golden sunlight. And the hospitality second to none, with home-cooked food and good company. Many thanks.

Patricia Barkess from Mozambique, 03 Nov 2010

Serene and cosy

A very beautiful, neat and cosy place, wonderful place to stay. away from the hustle and bustle of the town. my host were very accommodating, considered our halaal needs and moved us to a self-catering unit with a stove and fridge so we could do our own cooking. we appreciated that a lot and want to thank them for their consideration.would definitely consider staying there again.

Shamim Fuller from South Africa, 16 Apr 2009

On vacation with my wife!

Most enjoyable. Very hot in the Lowveld but able to relax at the Guest House. Lots of birds in the garden for the Twitchers!

It was also good not to have to travel out to eat but enjoy good home cooking. Made to feel at home by our hosts.

Derek Weightman from South Africa, 28 Sep 2008

Great place to stay

Nice place to stay. Healthy breakfasts and great dinners prepared by Lilly & good service by Adriaan! Would recommend to others. Beautiful views from the veranda.

Harald Otterpohl from South Africa, 13 Aug 2007

Stunning

A lovely place to stop over with birdsong in the morning and no traffic noise at all. Stunning!

from onymous, 03 Jan 2007

Worth it

A very pleasant stay. Rooms very large, clean and neat. Adrian and Lili very pleasant. Easily accessable and the food is great!

from onymous, 02 Oct 2006

Old Coach Road Guest House

Very Comfortable

Cilla Maud from South Africa, 11 Aug 2005