Welcome to Del Roza Guest House on SA-Venues.com, offering accommodation in Middelburg, Cultural Heartland.
The original homestead was built over 100 years ago. It has recently been renovated and upgraded to become an extremely comfortable guest house with friendly staff and good service. This gracious guest house is situated close to all amenities in Middelburg. Restaurants are within walking distance of the guest house. The Midmed private hospital and Banks are conveniently close to the guest house.
Del Roza Guest House was built in 1898 where many families lived since then. During restoration care was taken to preserve the charm of the old farmstyle house.
Del Roza Guest House offers 8 luxury, double en-suite rooms. Each room has its own entrance, tea tray and fans and heaters for the cold winter months. A one day laundry facility is available on the premises. Secure parking is provided with remote control gates. Each room has their own remote control to exit or enter the guest house. Most bedrooms are equipped with a mini fridge. Each room has satellite television. Wireless internet connection can be enjoyed in the privacy of your own bedroom.
BREAKFAST & DINING
It is a homely guest house with a landscaped garden and sparkling swimming pool. Enjoy a healthy English breakfast every morning in the dining room or on the veranda whilst listening to chatty birds in the garden. Dinners are available from Mondays to Thursdays. Booking is essential. We serve home made meals in the traditional South African way. Nothing can beat a home cooked meal!
ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS
About 10km from the guest house is the historical village, Botshabelo. The word means “place of shelter”. The Town Council built a traditional, open air museum at Botshabelo and Ndebele people still live there today, in the traditional cultural villages. The village is worth a visit.
Middelburg has a few places of interest to visit. Proclaimed a historical monument, the White Church is a true landmark in Middelburg, due to its size and architectural design. British soldiers used it during the Anglo Boer War, which explains why it did not get damaged like so many other churches during that time.
The old Middelburg Railway Station was built in 1890 when Paul Kruger and Portugal entered into an agreement to develop a railway line between Pretoria and Maputo. The railway station is still in use today.
Be sure to book in advance and we will make sure that your stay with us will be a memorable one. ”You will come as guests but leave as friends”.
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