Sommersby offers accommodation in an Edwardian house situated in Morningside, KwaZulu-Natal. Many of the original features remain including wooden floors, high ceilings, and the fireplace.
There are six en-suite, air-conditioned rooms, each with a TV and ceiling fan. The self-catering unit has a private entrance, two double rooms, one single room, a kitchen, lounge, and dining area. All rooms are serviced daily.
The guesthouse offers conference facilities for small meetings, which staff will cater for accordingly. There is a communal lounge with a TV and a hi-fi, secure parking, airport transfer arrangements, and a laundry service on offer. Each guest is given a remote with full access to the bed and breakfast to come and go as they please.
Morningside is opposite the Windermere Shopping Centre, which has an Internet Cafe, convenience stores, clothing boutiques, banks, and chemists. The Musgrave shopping centre and CBD are five minutes away. Attractions nearby include beaches, Sun Coast Casino, the Greyville Racecourse, Durban Country Club, Royal Durban Golf Course, and the Kingsmead Cricket Ground.Policy
Non arrivals forfeit 100% of the deposit.
Cancellations 1 to 3 days prior forfeit 100% of the deposit.
Cancellations 4 to 14 days prior forfeit 25% of the deposit.
Cancellations in excess of 14 days prior may incur a 5% administration fee to cover banking and handling charges.
Airport Nearby, Beach Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Laundry, Near Golf Course, Restaurant, Shopping centres, Tourism attractions, Town / City Outskirts
PricePrice : 504.95 ZAR - 504.95 ZAR p/p sharing
- Air conditioning
- Breakfast Only
- Mini Bar
- MNet / Satellite TV
- Private Garden / Patio
- Room Cleaning Service
- Secure Parking
- Tea and coffee maker
- TV Room / Lounge
- WiFi (Internet access)
Beach, Botanical, Cultural Attractions, Fishing, Gambling, Golf, Leisure, Marine, Water Sports
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With ecosystems ranging from steamy sub-tropical forests and mangrove swamps to snow-clad mountains with a whole lot between, KwaZulu-Natal is probably South Africa’s most diverse province. South Africa’s biggest port is situated in a city that revels in a fascinating mix of Asian, European and African influences. Durban has the largest Indian population of any